Y2K - Practical Solutions for Home Preparedness





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Published on Oct 27, 2012

Easy instructions for preparing your home and family for Y2K problems.

Food Storage, Water Treatment, Water Storage, Heating, Lights, Health, Safety, Money & More!

The year 2000 is almost upon us, as are the countless challenges of the Y2K factor. Truth is, the size and scope of these Y2K-problems are still unknown. Now is the time to start understanding and preparing for the potential hazards ahead.

This program, Year 2000 Crossroads, Proceed With Caution, is your road-map for practical individual and family preparedness. The easy, step-by-step program is an excellent reference guide to help you understand the coming Y2K challenges.

Paloma O'Riley, co-founder of The Cassandra Project,* an international non-profit organization addressing the Y2K problem, along with various Y2K experts from around the U.S., help prepare you for potential Y2K problems.

So get the facts, plan ahead and be prepared for Y2K.
*part of the proceeds from each sale goes to support the important work of The Cassandra Project
Produced by Visual Communications Group, Inc., Boulder, CO
in Association with The Cassandra Project

Program Contents Approx. 67 Minutes

Viewer Comments:

"I don't know what I would have done without this easy to use home video for preparing my family and friends for the eminent Y2K disaster that threatened us all. It displayed practical tips for storing cans of food, like stacking them on top of each other. Making the most use of limited cellar space for packing extra clothing. I've always hung clothes but I learned here that by folding the sleeves behind a shirt and then folding the bottom part underneath can save loads of space. And whoever thought you could keep empty milk jugs to store water in?! Also, I didn't know you could save all of your computer records on a disc for safe keeping. But they never addressed the issue of: if the gov't turns off our power what good will our computers be anyway? Of course, and most crucially, you must have weapons. Since martial law is eminent you need plenty of weapons. And bullets too. A gun without bullets is useless. This DVD provided me with useful contacts of black market arms dealers whom I could trust and were selling at 10% over wholesale. And no pesky registering and waiting either. Rent this today so next time this problem arises you'll be prepared."

"This wonderful DVD gave invaluable tips I never knew.1)Gasoline and cooking oil will be valuable currency when paper money becomes worthless. 2) Women and girls must be prepared to "earn" for the family group. 3) Narcotics and alcohol are actually a higher priority, along w/Marlboro reds and Newports, than food stuffs. Even though it is eleven yrs later and I came out of my bunker six months ago, I continue to live by the principles of this DVD. Armageddon can be a fun time if you are prepared!"

"Yes, yes... we all know that Y2K-related faults ended up to be few and far between, and we should give the panic artists some slack, but this video really did nothing but provide humor to myself and my friends. Its a boring collection of talking heads discussing the various issues one needs to consider when organized social structure collapses. Most are obvious (know what medical problems your family members have) that anyone with a understanding of their surroundings would have a understanding of anyhow. But there is a plus. It wasn't sensationalist journalism like what you would see on TV. It seems like the authors had planned for more than just a bunch of panic like what one might see on network television."


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