I have shared, earlier, about the National Geographic people showing up at a Preparedness event in Fall 2011, here in Denver. Basically, they were trying to get preppers to agree to be put on TV to show their preps, discuss their post-SHTF plans, etc. I was leery of people doing that; I never had any intention of participating in such a useless (to me) activity--because it does nothing but destroy any kind of operational security that you may have had, previously. Subsequently, I saw some episodes of the National Geographic show named Doomsday Preppers. This is acceptable only if you do not mind having your OpSec destroyed and your preps and your plans laid bare for all viewers to see. To top this off, as the producers move from one prepper to the next prepper, they summarize their perceptions as to why they are undertaking their prepping. Without exception, ALL scenarios/concerns of the preppers are "dissed" as the producers also include their statistical likelihood of such events actually happening. (always a very low probability, according to them) Then, this morning, I was shocked to see a family of preppers on Fox & Friends morning show on Fox News. To me, that was a BIG step up in visibility of the "prepper movement" if you will. I think there is strong value in maintaining operational security for our preps and for our plans. More visibility of prepper activity does not add value, in my opinion.