Archive for the ‘Health & Nutrition’ Category

By Cameron McKirdy

A creepy Healthy Oregon Project or HOP vending machine pops up at Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation pool in Seaside, Oregon to collect your personal DNA. Don’t use these OHSU genetic collecting and screening devices. Respect your privacy, and protect your sensitive information.

Look what the Oregon Health & Science University did to this sperm donor! They lied to a Doctor about his genetic material, and how they would use it. Free services should be examined carefully. You can’t even call anyone about these HOP Spots.  No number anywhere online.  Now there’s two machines in my city.  Another got placed at Providence Seaside Hospital.  Staff was told not to talk about it.  Not sketch at all.

Contact Skyler Archibald to complain about this program. (503) 738-3311 sarchibald@sunsetempire.com

Stupid Art project trying to be clever via Ted Talks.

23andMe and other genetic screening services will give your precious DNA to cops.

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Don't use one of these machines!

Big Brother just took a dump in the pool

Cameron McKirdy Lives…

Cameron McKirdy on Movie Set

Cameron McKirdy working on set as an movie actor

I’ve been sick for 7 Days with Norovirus!  #norovirus  Did you get me sick?  Ain’t nothing stopping this one.  I had stomach cramps, and more.  I took digestive enzymes with ginger and garlic root, hoping to feel better.  That was a good start to my slow recovery, but on a budget you know I had to swing some other things.  So I hit Dollar Tree for Alka-Seltzer Plus.  Between herbs, probiotics, root powders, enzymes, and other various free samples from health food stores…I have finally healed from this illness!  How do I know?  Solid poops.  Victory has never smelled so regular.

Tips: Stay stockpiled on Medicine you use.  You’ll want everything from Anti-Diarrheal to fever reducing Aspirin.  Research Chinese Herbology for natural remedies.  Combine traditional cures, with modern formulas.  Also, eat solid foods like crackers to help settle your stomach, and absorb stomach acid.  Follow these Survival Bros Tips for a speedy recovery.  Of course, go to a hospital and see your Doctor if you have health insurance coverage.  People die every year from this Virus, and there isn’t a vaccine to save you.  Prevent illness by reducing stress, getting Vitamin D through the Sun or supplementation, and resting up.  Finally, drink plenty of water, and consume electrolytes.  This will help with muscles aches and dehydration, which is another symptom of Norovirus infection.  Best wishes from Survival Bros.

Mutating Norovirus in Cameron’s Belly!!!

By Cameron McKirdy

Check out the contents of a Blessing Bag made by Girl Scouts for Homeless People.  Please share this video!  Send this to a friend, and add it to your own YouTube Playlist.  I hope you consider making kits like this for vandwellers in your area.  The less fortunate could use your help as Winter approaches. #vanlife

Thanks for visiting our blog.  More on the way from Oregon.

By Cam The Cuddler

Cool off Creeker!

Cameron from Survival Bros gives himself a detoxifying clay mud mask to improve his skin. His face was softer, and more clear, with less acne and blackheads. Subscribe on YouTube, share, and add this video to a playlist. Thanks for watching. More soon, and on our preparedness blog #survivalbros

By Cameron McKirdy

This past summer I was hindered from hiking and exercising due to a broken toe. It hurt to put weight on my right foot for months! The injury was a major bummer. It through off my body alignment, and took time and energy to heal. In this video you’ll see Survival Bros pour Instant Hand Sanitizer on the open wound. We had just cut it open, and drained the fluid. The female passenger was ruthless squeezing out the puss…Drip, drip, chunk. Luckily a new friend camping at a site near us donated some weed to the cause. I puffed Blueberry Cookies, and toughed the medical procedure out. My toe tingles just thinking about this odd experience. Remind me not to pitch my tent on rocks again. I slept on my belly, and kicked the ground as hard as possible. NOT RECOMMENDED!!! Subscribe here via email, and follow us on YouTube for the latest video productions. #survivalist #prepper #meds #weed #oregon #trees #Mustang #camping #tenting

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More coming soon: Stay tuned! Survival Bros traded the Mustang for another Adventure Van #vanlife The new ride is packed with camping gear, food, and tools to survive life on the road. Comment with your summer plans. Hope to see you at the hot springs of the #PNW #HUGS CuddleLife.com

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Hey Friend, 

It’s me.  Cam (The Cuddler).  I hope this blog post finds you well.   You won’t believe all of the Survival Bros News this month…Here’s stories from my travels, and camping.

First off, I trust you got through the 4th of July with all of your fingers.   I lit off a ton of fireworks.   All totally legal…I watched Seaside’s show from Gearhart, Oregon.  We had limited visibility will all of the smoke.  Everybody was lighting things on fire.  #USA  I couch surfed that night at a friend’s house.  I enjoy seeing how others live, and sharing what I have with them.

Next topic – Being a Professional Cuddler.   I’ve had much positive interest in my platonic touch service.   I provide cuddling sessions across America for donations.  I operate on a sliding scale of $25-$80 per hour, plus travel.  I’m open to trades as well.  My clients are caring, and brave for reaching out to me.  You can contact me at camthecuddler@gmail.com, or by adding “professionalcuddler” on Skype.  I offer free consultations online, in person, or over the phone.  Let’s snuggle.  I also read to people, and walk with them for companionship.   I love you all, and my work.  Thanks for the support.

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Here’s the funny “FEE HUGS” t-shirt I made.  Send me $20 on PayPal with your size and I will make a version of my choice for you.  I’ve been designing handmade clothing for years.   

I just gave a stranger a ride home for $5.  She was a mysterious, and spiritual being with guidance to give.  The woman lead me into brief meditation with this card as a happiness blessing.  Say the manta out loud.  Practice it.  http://www.sgi-usa.org

Ouch!!!!  I broke my foot!  I found myself tenting on rocks, and while sleeping on my belly, I kicked the ground and broke at least one bone in my toe.   It’s been hurting for weeks.   It even formed a deep blister, long after the impact.  #SurvivalBros opened the infected wound with a sewing needle, and squeezed out the chunky, oozing puss with fingernails.   Hand sanitizer was put on it, and the injury is looking and feeling better.  Thank God for his weed.  Passed, instead of passing out.

Happy thought: I’ve been cooking food several times daily on an open campfire.  It’s the best eat’n.  I have devoured pounds of potatoes, carrots, onions, turnips, and meats with cheeses while camping in the #PNW

Scavenging —–>  I like to trade with people.   Ideas, trinkets, nuggets, etc.  However, finding treasure on my own is fun too.  Today I’m camping, and I enjoy browsing campsites after guests leave.  I found free firewood (still burning to start my own flame), and a new hatchet.  I had just traded the same people a football I found in a bush for 2 beers…I asked for a small amount of coffee in exchange, but they only spoke French and returned from their tent with cold booze.  My other neighbors hooked up free weed for three days.  Blueberry Cookies, and Gorilla Glue.  We gifted each other items randomly, like tea, a decorative tin, kids game, a glow stick, dry shampoo, water and beyond.  Say hi to your fellow tenters.  #goodpeople   

Excuse me while I list a locked iPhone on eBay for parts.  I got it at a charity thrift store, hoping it was unlocked and use able for an extra video camera.  No luck, but I did find another camera half off at Goodwill.  It’s a Canon , and is worth $100.  The battery died so I to have to track down a wall charger online.  I will get an extra battery at the same time. 

Collecting bottle cans – Survival Bros made a Mission of it recently and hunted down the redeemable limit of 144, a few times.   Making $20 with two people working the bottle return robot.  These 10 cent recycleables have provided extra gas money for traveling.  One can = one mile down the road in my Ford Mustang.  This frees me up to drive around more to thrift and resell clothing in town.  I made $70 one day this week flipping old clothing, much of which was free to me.  Example: My buddy moved and left me a green Pendleton Men’s jacket.  I sold it for cash (vs more in trade) to Buffalo Exchange for a third of the price they will ask, being $65.

Somebody took a dump in the hottub at the resort.   Thankfully I pay attention to my surroundings.  This isn’t the first time I’ve encountered poop swirling in a spa.  The sauna is out of order too, so I’ve been down by the river hunting crawfish to fry up on the campfire.  Look at the BBQ bacon ends I ate.

I’ve been making Survival Bros Emergency Preparedness Caches to store, and sell.   I can customize them to fit almost any budget.  Want one?  A stash of extras can be huge in a pinch.  Trust me.  New videos coming.  Seen this YouTube classic yet?  It’s of a basic cache, to give you ideas.  Join us on YouTube.  We have 6,665 Subscribers to our channel.  

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By Cameron McKirdy

Watch this video, and share this big tip with your loved ones.   Get a bigger cock by being HAPPY!  It’s really that easy.  Happiness releases oxytocin, which reduces the stress hormone cortisol.  It’s science.

This video is smashing records on my #YouTube #Channel  Thanks for looking.

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By Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros = Real News aka The Truth

Welcome to your everyday preparedness blog.  This post is an update with the latest information going on.  Share this website with your friends, and SUBSCRIBE to our #survivalbros YouTube channel!  We now have over 6,500 subscribers.  Join the community today, and leave a comment on a fun video production.

INSIDER travel was granted permission to use my HD video footage from a clamming video I produced in Oregon.  Watch the hit that has 9.3 Million views in less than a month…

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Fake News Challenges Cam The Cuddler:

I recently drove my Mustang to Portland, Oregon to demonstrate my survival tactics to a “reporter” and photographer with Willamette Week.  It’s a tabloid, and I shouldn’t have trusted them to get my story correct.  The nameless reporter didn’t use a voice recorder, and managed to misquote me.  The entire article is snarky, and designed to discredit me. Instead, YouTube views are going through the roof!  

Here’s the “story,” from wweek.com.  I did NOT say the line about killing.  I was saying that there may be violence in the streets a few days after supplies run out, and it got twisted into, “there will be killing for five days.”  That makes no sense.  It was careless reporting, intentionally.  They should give back their Pulitzer prize they won so long ago.  Reporters better watch how they handle me.  Good luck getting an interview now.  You better have some credibility, and be a positive person if you’re gonna approach me for a story.

Watch the latest thrifting haul score below.  This could be my most profitable purchase ever:

I quit my job.  I’ve been working at a GNC, but it’s an unhealthy work environment.  The florescent lighting was unbearably bright and annoying.  The frequency is harmful.  Plus, I was surrounded by a Wi-Fi signal, that I’m sensitive to.  All of us should be aware of our surroundings, and be in an environment that is as natural as possible. 

Once the weather got nice, and the Sun came out, the customers stopped coming in.  They were getting Vitamin D, and fresh air like I should be doing.  So that bothered me.  I don’t want to develop varicose veins from standing or sitting too much either.  Be careful with that my friends.  They sure do recall a bunch of products too!

I’m now selling caches.  Maybe you’ve seen me on VICELAND’s Abandoned Ep. 5 “Nuclear Waste” with skater Rick McCrank.  If you want me to build one for you, just send $75 to me on PayPal here.  You’ll get tons of cool items, and lots of value.  I will include treasure from my adventures, such as amazing thrift store finds and practical everyday items.   Look out for a video about a mystery cache soon.  Here’s a practical cache I put together recently:

The struggle is real.  On a recent road trip to Terwilliger aka Cougar hot spring East of Eugene, I hit a pot hole in the dark and cracked my oil pan.  I have a 1999 Mustang, with a severe leak, so I’m not driving right now.  I’m back on foot patrol, and catching buses, as my survival mountain bike was recently stolen also.  Pray that I can travel again soon, and get it fixed properly on the cheap.  A mechanic wants $650 to do the job, but I have a buddy in mind to help for way less cash.  It may take 6 hours of labor, as the engine needs to be lifted and cradled.  At least this doesn’t appear to be the end of my ride on the black stallion.  

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