Monthly Archives: September 2008

Herd Mentality

September 30th, 2008 (7 Comments)

Great Article on the “Herd” mentality as it relates to the stock market here. Brain and behavior studies clearly show that when information is scarce and threats seem imminent, people often stop listening to their own logic and look to see what others are doing. This is exactly what we have to fear when the […]

Intro to the Latest Survival Novel

September 16th, 2008 (1 Comment)

Water and sewer systems aren’t working. The hospital is closed. The city is littered with debris and officials are asking for help against disease-carrying mosquitoes. One of the biggest challenges may be ensuring clean drinking water for the region. “We’re telling people who are here if they can leave, leave!” Dramatic? Yes! Fiction? No!  See the actual […]

My Biggest Survival Fear…And Probably Yours Too!

September 13th, 2008 (11 Comments)

Like many of you, I am just a suburbanite schlub who loves his family, works hard and has the foresight to realize that prepping is important.  I am not a former military intelligence officer.  I didn’t run Black Ops in Denang during the Tet Offensive of (whatever year?).  Those with military experience may (I stress […]

Working Class Attire and Bugging Out

September 9th, 2008 (8 Comments)

Seriously, has it been almost two weeks since I posted last?  Even after I promised to post daily?  Wow, I apologize to the loyal readers that visit my site daily.  I have some treats coming up like shirts and bumper stickers.  All very covert.  Pictures only so you will know who your fellow preppers are […]