Cody Lundin – Be Prepared To Survive

by on June 8, 2010      

in Arts & Entertainment, Emergency & Disaster

Cody Lundin

Cody Lundin

Author and survival trainer Cody Lundin shares his life’s work about survival knowledge so that we can survive when all hell breaks loose. His books should be required reading for all adults and teenagers as basic courses in preparedness. Using a no-nonsense approach, Cody Lundin lays out every single thing we will confront during a time of emergency. We will be discussing two of his books – When All Hell Breaks Loose and 98.6: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive.

With the changes that are occurring around the earth, either naturally or because of interference with our environment – Cody Lundin’s books may be essential. Buy them, read them, and pray that we never need to use the knowledge they contain!

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Bernard June 17, 2010 at 8:47 am

Hi Kim,

Thank you so much for the Cody Lundin’s interview. I just got back from holiday and just found out Cody’s interview is up until I checked my email.

Thanks again for the show.


2 Sondra July 19, 2010 at 8:26 am

thanks for posting this i love dual survival and your books they are very informative and useful..this radio show was so awesome i can’t get my family to listen to me about survival they say if anything happens the government will take care of us……..yeah right!maybe this will work and they will listen.


3 Rebecca August 17, 2010 at 8:06 pm

This was a very practical, straight forward talk about crisis preparedness. This should be taught in home economics in public schools. Preparing for a disaster is just plain common sense. I love the idea of turning the power off for a weekend and making it a fun exercise that teaches you what you would need in the event of a real crisis. Thanks for asking the important questions for us Kim. This was segment was a great public service. Thank you Cody. I hope you come back and share some more of your survival skills with us!


4 Max September 30, 2012 at 1:14 am

Kim, I live in my truck year around in Montana. Come here and I’ll teach you how to survive with nothing! 🙂


5 brian bauer October 14, 2019 at 8:31 pm

Love the show. just a suggesstion: Maybe the next iteration is survive and thrive! Instead of of seeking civilization, maybe get us back to good. Or is that sort of thinking verboten? 🙂


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