dealsfree sample of our preparedness packs for $0.00

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At least I can survive the "Invasion of the Obamabots" another day - oh the horror...

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I hate the "How did you hear about us?" drop down lists that don't include an "Other" option.

Did you hear about us from
1)Google Search
2)Radio Advertisement
3)A coworker
4)Your Aunt Jenny

How am I supposed to answer that???

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@24601: I chose Friend/Relative - I consider you guys/girls friends.

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Just for fun I did the "How much food would I need" calculator.

Total Number of servings 180, we recommend
1 x '30 Day Food Supply (464 servings)'

So, I'll need 180 servings and they recommend 464? Can you say overkill?

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Why do places require phone numbers? Do they seriously think anyone is going to put their real number?

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@mtrlgrl: What? You don't believe my number is really 555-1212 ?!

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funny... i posted the same thing but someone deleted it

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@robsama: Maybe they have stupid serving sizes. Like Special K says 1 cup of breakfast cereal and 3/4 cup of milk is a meal, but the people pictured on the box are eating 3 or 4 cup bowls. So they know a real human being will eat 2-3 "servings" at a meal.

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The site is a pyramid scheme run out of Utah. It is highly likely that the persons running this company are connected to the LDS church. Free sampler beware.

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@romans623: Link, or it didn't happen. In addition, although I'm not a fan of any organized religion (except Zoroastrianism, of course), I don't see what pyramid schemes have to do with whether or not someone's a member of a particular religion.

Link to prove it's a pyramid scheme. I don't particularly care about links to show whether or not someone goes to church.

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@shrdlu: Sorry, I should have said could be Pyramid or MLM because there can be a difference in either. Here is a link from a message board discussing it as a MLM http://www.ldsfriends.org/board/viewtopic.php?p=42152&sid=45c28ee7a6fa0f1d8b548f32a955af0a

Either way you are more then likely to be bugged about the "great opportunity" to join the business.

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They just look like one scary Republican family

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@romans623: i can promise, as a member of the LDS church that this is not affiliated with the church. don't get me wrong...mormons love their food storage and preparedness goodies so this could be run by someone who happens to be LDS. although the lady in the picture is in a tank-top...an LDS no-no. it is not a trap to send missionaries to your house.

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@romans623: Thank you. Tattled. I have the serious hate for MLM, especially masquerading as something else. Remember in future that you'll get much more attention if you leave the swipe at religion out (I'd have probably taken you more seriously from the start if you'd just said MLM).

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"humanitarian entrepreneur"-an oxymoron. This does not sound particularly humanitarian in nature, except for telling your friends and neighbors they should have food and water. Selling them the food and water and/or recruiting them into the business is not humanitarian. It would be humanitarian if they gave away the food.

It does have the look of an MLM, although I did not yet check that discussion board.

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It's the LDS religion people cant help but make a swipe. Besides if you weren't interested in being prepared you wouldn't have looked at the link....

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@romans623: Sounding a little xenophobic eh?

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WOW!!!!! $700.00 to feed a family of 4 for a month i dont think so

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I sent away for this since I am in an area prone to floods and sometimes hurricanes, and I was curious as to what they would send in case we get hit.

I too did not like their choice of "how did you find us", nor was I keen to give them my phone number. I wish I remembered Jenny's phone number.

Thanks for posting it. I hope I never need it, but I am constantly buying stuff from woot "in case of an emergency". It's nice that this cost me Nothing.

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Thank you. Your free sample is on its way

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@24601

I know where's the other column...so not helpful

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Yes we are from Utah. Could be LDS/Mormon but not relevant! MLM is better explained as Direct Selling or Network Marketing but either way you can get paid when you refer someone. But most importantly we do focus first on humanitarian and then on being entrepreneurs. $33,000+ in product delivered to Haiti this week. The company matches every donation of product purchased for Haiti or any other humanitarian project that may be in need in the future! Thanks for posting us on Woot!

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Freddy Mercury was a member of the Zoroastrianism religion. You have to be born into it, you can't just "join". Just some useless trivia for you...

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@saknott1: lol... great. Now if I'm ever on jeopardy I've got that one covered.

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Doesn't work. 22 dollar shipping keeps popping up half way through adding your address.

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Shipping costs over $20? I'll pass.

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@gryphonauto: original deal is dead, was free shipping before.

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@rjwerkema: I got cher numbah on tha wah-all.