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Self reliance at work

Wolverine at American Preppers Network has an interesting post on teaching self reliance. I told him that I wasn’t taking the self-defense class. I told him that we should be teaching a self-reliance class to the group too. He asked … Continue reading

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Can canning become mainstream again?

I was flipping through some ads from the Sunday paper today when one caught my eye. It was an ad for Ball, the canning supply maker. That’s a company you don’t see very often these days. It turns out that … Continue reading

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What if the economy gets worse?

Path Across’ Jim Ingham is asking the question: Have you given any thought as to what the economy looks like if we see a deepening of the recession due to the Gulf Oil Spill or any other event? He then … Continue reading

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Relearning the lessons of the Great Depression

Merry Ann Frisby of the Tallahassee Democrat has an article up about how she is coming around to the way her grandmothers used to think after the Great Depression: Both of my grandmothers died with kitchen drawers full of twist … Continue reading

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Self-reliance is not for everyone, even if it should be

I went to a business seminar today. While we were waiting to get started we were introducing ourselves around and discussing what we did. One gentleman I was speaking with pressed far enough to find out I am launching a … Continue reading

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