Monthly Archives: January 2012

On Moving and stuff

Our move here to Leavenworth was our 9th move in almost 13 years of marriage. We have moved all over the South East, to Germany, out to California and now the mid-West. Our longest stay somewhere is still, I think, … Continue reading

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Comments on Where is my Maid!

My good buddy over at BadQuaker had a great podcast (http://badquaker.com/archives/1347) a couple days ago that got me thinking. My mother’s parents, my Granddaddy and Meme, all the years I was growing up had a maid. Her name was Edith, … Continue reading

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Launching the rest of my life.

I just listened to a podcast that may finally spur me to begin laying the foundation for the rest of my life. Episode 68 of Five Minutes With Jack (http://www.jackspirko.com/episode-68-what-is-money-and-are-you-repelling-it ), especially the last 5 minutes or so, are really, … Continue reading

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Robert Burns

As proof that not only am I a lover of the arts, but a true-born son of the Highlands, I present for your edification some matters related to the late, great Robert Burns! I will be celebrating tonight with some … Continue reading

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New blog from John Robb

I really like John Robb’s thinking style. He has started a new blog dedicated to Resilient Communities that I highly recommend. His other blog, Global Guerrillas, will apparently return to more mil/GWOT topics. http://www.resilientcommunities.com/

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A look at first things…

I feel compelled to document why I feel the need to be a Prepper. It is the beginning of a New Year and an excellent time to re-visit first principals, including the root causes that drive the engine of our … Continue reading

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Training Wheels

I had an interesting epiphany the other day, based on an observation I made in traffic. A young girl and her father were crossing the street in front of me on their bikes. The man on his big mountain bike … Continue reading

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