Category: Public Service

“” and it’s practical applications, and will post it elsewhere. The basic principles will be; 1) Protect and Serve as part of the community. 2) Protect yourself Legally. (worded deliberately so you may defend yourself via any legal means necessary.) …

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Helpful tips on how to safely help stranded motorists.

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Usually when we go out on an Outreach to help the Homeless, we hand out such consumables as bottled water, sandwiches, and other cold foodstuffs. But with cold weather coming on, I’ve been thinking about how to get people hot …

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Before I begin, I will leave you with this word of caution: IF YOU COME UPON AN EMERGENCY FIRST CALL 911, OR HAVE SOMEONE ELSE DO IT! Then render aid only as your level of medical knowledge permits.  If a …

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The following was taken from an interview with Pepsi Refresh I did some time ago. . .some basic things i wanted to get across. . .and continue to try and get across. . . dc http://www.refresheverything.com/blog/2010/07/21/how-to-be-a-real-life-superhero-with-or-without-the-cape/ How To: Be a …

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NOURISHMENT (FOODSTUFFS/DRINKSTUFFS) Foods need to make sense. They need to be “functional foods” which can be easily stored, easily stashed, or easily or eaten “on the go.” Most homeless people have no can openers, no heating elements, limited access to …

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Suggestive Hero Tips by Real Life Superheroes

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Random opinion on how to be a Superhero

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A list of supplies that are good to hand out to the homeless.

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