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Click on this link to vote and see the other site listings. Thank you!
Come on folks click that button. And follow through to the next link to register your vote. Nothing to join or sign up for, just a vote for your favorite prepper site. MD needs our votes. I know this is my favorite prepper site. What about you?
Ya’ll get busy and vote!
I clicked on the link but the number of votes for this site never increased–something is amiss with the counting. I even cleared my cookies and tried a second time–sill my vote never got counted.
My vote’s in! But I’m confused. Maybe I’m dense or something, but what do the “vote in/vote out” columns mean?
I got confused too. And the sites are not listed in any apparent order.
Maybe their using statisticians from the Federal Reserve. I suspect this is a black op from the NSA.
The vote is counted when you click the “Click Here to Enter” link on the gateway page. If you visit the site again, or click refresh and someone has voted, you would see the count go up.
You can vote everyday!
voted…..when i voted there were 157 votes for MD
Wonderful site! You got my vote.
I took a tip from an Obama voter and voted 3 times.
Voted, Chicago style.
I think I voted by clicking on the link for MD’s site. If you want to continue Chicago style for me since I am not near a computer most days……..fine by me. Thanks.
I’ll have to go back and try again,, both time I tried to vote for MD it just brought me back to this site.
When you click the link on banner in this post it will take you to another site, then you click on the enter link and it adds your vote then. The whole thing is meant to help spread the word about this blog and the others that are on the page.
I just took a look at the number one sight and thought it pretty weak. Duck tape, para cord? We have useful stuff here. If you don’t know you can fix a tear in your tent with ducktape, you’re going to die. Just my two cents.
Representing Florida today.
Voting for the people of Tennessee today; only one vote per person according to the law.
Today everybody in Texas will vote (only one per person).
O.K. Everyone living off grid in Maine votes today.