A “COMMON THREAD”
by Sam Jacobs, Ammo.com, reposted with permission
(Mar. 25, 2020) — Maybe you’ve got the “Wuhan Coronavirus.” Maybe you’re just afraid of getting it. Either way, staying at home and self-quarantining doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time – or make money.
Something we believe about gun-owning Americans: They tend to have a lot more imagination than the average bear. I mean, why else are you prepping? Because you can visualize a future where it might be necessary to have enough food, water, weapons, and ammo (we’ve seen a huge increase in the sales of 40 cal, 223, 7.62x39mm and even 12 gauge shotgun shells since the outbreak) to sit things out for the long haul. So it probably won’t take a lot of convincing to get you to watch these apocalyptic movies that will remind you why you prep while you shelter in place.
We like these movies as much as the next guy. So we’d love to hear your take on the common thread that runs through all of them, which are better than others and why and how they impact your view of prepping in the 21st Century.
Someone passionate about both prepping and disaster movies who has time on their hands to watch some of our favorite prepper films.
The job role is simple: Watch 10 movies, one miniseries, and one television show episode within 30 days, and answer a few questions along the way. You’ll receive a small worksheet to complete.
The ideal applicant:
- Is passionate about prepping.
- Would watch all of these movies for free.
- Pays close attention to everything they watch and read.
- Can binge-watch all 12 of these in a short period of time (30 days).
To apply, you must be over 18, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and in agreement with our Terms & Conditions. It’s also helpful for you to be a gun owner (though not required!) so that you can potentially spend your winnings on bulk ammo here at Ammo.com.
For the rest of the details and entry form, click here.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.