Jim’s Quote of the Day:

“People will survive this; some because of luck. If you have no food to eat, no warmth in the deep of winter, it doesn’t matter whether little green men or Muhammed broke your world. You will still die frozen and hungry. But if you have enough to eat, just enough, and if you have some shelter and safety, again just enough, then maybe your living or dying might have something to do with whether you fall to madness and superstition, or whether you hold onto your rationality.” – The fictional character Sergeant Fryderyk Milosz, Polish GROM special forces unit operator, in John Birmingham’s novel “Without Warning