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No, I haven’t been taken hostage!

February 21, 2012

Ok, so I know I said I would have an update back in June last year, well if you couldn’t tell, it never happened.  I’m trying to get back into the swing of things.  So what have I been doing for the last 8 months.  Not a whole lot!  Lately (the last 3-4 months) I’ve been researching and working on getting our lives in better shape.  Not healthy shape (of course we need to do that too), but financial, and preparedness shape.  I’m not a person whose idea’s are skewed into “good TV” such as a recent show about “preppers”. Instead I look at it what harm can come from being prepared for an emergency.  Most of us have insurance on our vehicles, our houses, our lives, but what happens when insurance is gone?  We, let me repeat, WE are our best insurance.  We all should have the ability to build a fire, build a shelter, grow our own food, protect our family, and other things that we all take for granted.  These are basic things that in the event of an emergency we may need to do.  Can you?

There is a podcast that I have been listening to for the last few months (not regularly, sorry Jack), and in it all sorts of topics are touched upon, from basic survival, to gardening, to financial theory.  As of today (2-21-12) there are 844 episodes of about 1 hour each.  I haven’t listened to them all yet, heck I haven’t even scratched the surface.  If you’ve got the time, and even if you don’t, I suggest you give them a listen.


I do plan on finishing my previous article regarding liberty, hopefully soon…sure!


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