In this week’s Must-Read articles see that government surveillance is on the rise, the top 5 knots everyone should know, how to make the most of autumn leaves, what to do in the first ten seconds with an active shooter and how to build a snare.
Let’s dive in…
Government Surveillance of Cell Users
It is no surprise that the government uses surveillance techniques, wire taps, etc.
However, the number of requests for electronic surveillance continues to climb.
Take a look at this in-depth perspective on what is actually going on behind the scenes.
Top 5 Knots Everyone Should Know
Familiarizing yourself with some of the basics of knot tying could help you dramatically with a variety of situations. Sometimes a simple knot just won’t cut it.
For example, there are different and more reliable ways to tie down large loads, anchor an object, and construct shelter to name a few.
This article taps in to the art of knot tying and how each of these 5 knots can be used.
How to Make the Most of Your Autumn Leaves
As beautiful as fall trees are, once the leaves are off the trees they become a burden.
But believe it or not, there are some great ways to use these to your advantage.
Check out how you can make the most of your fallen leaves here.
An Active Shooter—the First Ten Seconds
Hopefully you will never find yourself in a situation with an active shooter, but if the worst happened, knowing what to do could save your life.
Take a look at this breakdown of what to expect if this occurs and some life saving tips on what steps to take next.
How to Build a Snare to Catch Small Animals
Check out this great article on how you can build your own snare, what you will need, how to set it up, and what to watch for, along with additional tips along the way.