I’d appreciate getting a few more Quotes of the Day. (After more than two years of daily SurvivalBlog posts, my personal quote collection is running dry, although I suppose that I’ll never run out of useful Bible verses.) If any of you have some favorite quotes, please send them to me via e-mail. Thanks!
Mr. Rawles: Every once in a while, at topic comes up that I feel somewhat qualified to comment on. I’ll offer some miscellaneous comments on Dave T’s letter and your thoughts on medicine WTSHTF, as posted on SurvivalBlog. This is not meant to be exhaustive, and of course may not apply to your particular situation. Since I can’t see you, its hard for me to diagnose you or give you specific advice. Disclaimers all ’round. Chronic renal failure: It may be worth learning to do peritoneal dialysis if you may have to help someone deal with this condition in a …
David B. suggested a “must read” article by Charles Hugh Smith: The Unintended Consequences of the Housing Bubble Bursting o o o Student-Loan Problems Add to Debt Worry o o o s SF suggested this TED talk: Thomas Barnett: The Pentagon’s new map for war and peace o o o There is some insightful commentary from Alex Wallenwein posted over at Gold-Eagle.com: Credit ‘Crunch’ – or Credit Collapse?
“Of every One-Hundred men, Ten shouldn’t even be there, Eighty are nothing but targets, Nine are real fighters… We are lucky to have them…They make the battle, Ah, but the One, One of them is a Warrior… and He will bring the others back.” – Heraclitus (circa 500 BC)