Monthly Archives: July 2011

Check list timeā€¦a bit early.

I used to post this at the beginning of every month, but felt it was too repetitive. In light of the seeming looming govt shut down, which may or may not happen, thought it would be good time to maybe … Continue reading

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Hurricane season ramping up.

Hurricane season is beginning to ramp up a bit. It has been fairly quiet for Florida the last few years, but don’t let your guard down. I recommend, if possible to check the National Hurricane Center at least twice a … Continue reading

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A great article on ZeroHedge written by the folks at Alt-Market. Brought up a great real life point as to why going on your own, or just you and your family, is probably a bad idea in times of widespread … Continue reading

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Mountain House statement on low supply.

An interesting notice up on the Mountain House website, brought to my attention by the head of our local meet-up prep group. FEMA posted a Request For Information (RFI) for suppliers of long term foods. This apparently prompted people to … Continue reading

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End of week news that raises eyebrows.

In case anyone was sleeping and missed the news (not that main street didn’t already know) the jobs market is terrible and unemployment rose to 9.2%. Buried in the headlines though was the much more ominous number of declining participation … Continue reading

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