A funny song with a serious message. I got it to listen to after having heard it on Doomsday Preppers. It's interesting to me that what I grew up hearing called "one's civic duty" to be prepared against weather, nuclear attack or other hardship has now been assigned the pejorative term "prepping". From living in New York, I learned to always have a weeks worth of food and water in case of ice storms or snow storms that kept one locked in. From living in Florida, I learned to always have boards for protecting ones home, and a weeks worth of food and water in case a hurricane came through and knocked things out. It was supposed to be your job to take of yourself so that the government didn't have that burden. Now one is almost considered a terrorist for having some gallons of water and cans of beans for "just in case". Strange that our nation has changed so much in so short a time.
Just a great song, and I'm not a country fan so I think that says something. I've listened to this song over and over again (singing to it rather) all day!
The song makes sense not just for hardcore doomsday preppers but also for the people who are smart enough to prepare for smaller emergencies and being prepared for that SHTF moment, even if its just a 3 day power outage, you'd be surprised how big of a difference it makes to be prepared.