First there were Doomsday Preppers, Prepper Bunkers, and Armageddon A-holes, (Okay, I made that last one up), television shows that focused mostly on nut jobs to drive ratings. But I've been surprised at where else the subject shows up. Editorial sections of local newspapers, unprompted conversations with co-workers, and most recently this: The Cheat Code to Life | Underwire | Wired.com Wired magazine's latest edition features this prominently displayed article on prepping cheats. Has prepping gone mainstream? Are more people really taking steps to prepare for their future? Or do the masses still ignore tomorrow and focus on the Kerdashians?