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Worried About A Terrorist Attack, A Pandemic Or Natural Disaster? Get the Urban Survival Guide & Be Prepared


(Austin TX, December 10, 2010) No one expected 9/11, SARS or Hurricane Katrina to happen the way they did. Yet, they weren’t isolated incidents. There could be another terrorist attack, another outbreak of SARS or something worse and there could be a hurricane that could make Katrina look like just some drizzle. What can people do to safeguard themselves and their families in situations like these? Go to to get the Urban Survival Guide and learn the necessary skills to prepare and survive in these situations.

David C. Morris of Austin, created this guide to help others not only prepare for the worst, but survive it with their health and families intact. “Many survival plans either depend on people being able to relocate, aren’t compatible with 21st century living situations, aren’t reversible and they have more to do with primitive living than with surviving a disaster.” Morris said. “So, if I wanted to survive a disaster, I learned what I needed to do to protect my family. Now I’m sharing this others.”

The Urban Survival Guide is a 12-week self-study course that demonstrates what people need to do, step by step, to survive natural disasters, terrorist attacks and other catastrophes. People will learn skills such as:

• Why survival depends more on a person’s mindset than a person’s skill set.
• Life-saving medical secrets to use when medical professionals are nowhere to be found.
• How to quickly and cheaply fortify your home without advertising yourself as a target.
• How to avoid survivor’s guilt.

The guide is broken down into lessons 10 to 25 pages in length with a skill drill to reinforce what was learned. A different lesson sent each week via digital download and there are audios and videos that complement each lesson. In addition, people receive a monthly newsletter with the latest information on urban survival techniques. All of this comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

“I have been fortunate enough to spend almost all of my waking hours researching, interviewing, training, and testing the plan, since late 2008, so that others don’t have to,” said Morris. “I put all of this together because I wanted to help individuals by providing them with the skills they’ll need to survive a disaster.”

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