As I get older and want to continue to be a frugal adult (read skinflint), I find myself wanting to learn more about practical skills, survival techniques, DIY projects, and other practicum. Below are some of my favorite Youtube channels, online reference materials, or interesting buys/finds for the man or woman wanting to survive the Zombie Apocalypse. Feel free to add your own! https://www.youtube.com/user/01032010814 The King of Random -Covers a lot of "life hacks," survival tricks, and other MacGyvering. Very practical application of chemistry, electrics, and physics using materials found in the trash, in the field, or at Home Depot. http://www.amazon.com/VISM-NcStar-M...=1428945103&sr=8-31&keywords=tactical+harness VISM Vest -Not mil spec, but also not bad for the price. Uses the MOLLE system, so MOLLE-compatible pouches hook right onto it without a problem. Pretty useful for things like hiking, backpacking, and cosplaying, with the added benefit of being able to attach pouches, harnesses, and other gear onto multiple points, obviating the need for a backpack sometimes. Even has room for a CamelBak bladder. Knots You Need to Know -Its knot-tying. Of course its useful.