April fools, 2010
Adrive This is an online storage and backup service, I dont know anything about them. Where I found out about them was a posting here Old Knowledge Database Links which is a forum posting of many many useful information pdf files. These are all books writen in the mid 1800’s to the mid 1900’s. Another interesting site The long-awaited Truth of all things on Planet Earth could have some interesting reads, like some sites they are trying to sell something. I have not purchased anything from them and dont have a recomendation one way or another on the products they do sell.
March 9th, 2010
- Get a second passport or better yet, nationality.
- Live life on your terms.
- Choose the material goods you need and dispense with the rest.
- Radically simplify your financial life.
- Become debt free.
- Minimize your possessions.
- Start carrying cash.
- Find a place to flourish.
- Set up your office where YOU want it to be.
- Achieve a goal.
- Take responsibility for your own health.
- Wear good shoes.
- Go car free.
- Learn how to dumpster dive.
- Don’t give in to excuses like “I’m too old to…”.
- Be armed.
- Find an ideal spouse.
- Prepare for the future.
- Live like no one else.
March 8th, 2010
March 4th, 2010
February 28th, 2010
February 24th, 2010
Some new and interesting sites for the day. Its been a long week, and I could use another 20 hours a day, I am sure you can tell by how much still needs to be done to this site to make it more usefull.
February 22nd, 2010
I really want to take a class from http://www.medicalcorps.org/class.htm, this one is full but I hope to take one offered by them in the future.
February 16th, 2010
February 15th, 2010
February 14th, 2010
February 9th, 2010
February 8th, 2010
Save your Nickels or send them to me.
http://www.ignatius-piazza-front-sight.com/2010/01/18/ignatius-piazza-stop-screaming-start-shooting/#video<– exactly why you must be on the ball comanding and confident.
Febirary 4th, 2020
Feburary 2nd, 2010
It looks like I am still one of the few that reads what I pen here. Oh well, its all stuff that I have found interesting anyway. Something to read and head if you are a dog lover. “He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.” Anon
http://edcforums.com is a forum I like to frequent for ideas on the latest gear to have on hand being ever prepared. Lots of great information and friendly people. Seattle mountain rescue.org/ is a site for mountaion safety in the Seattle Washington area, some good infor which can be used in other places. The Mountaineers was formed in 1906 to explore the wild areas and peaks surrounding the still-young city of Seattle. The club grew in leaps and bounds, eventually reaching a high point of 15,000 members in the 1990’s. Today, the club is home to around 10,500 active members. Ive made a few purchases from this company for some of my camping gear. http://www.backcountry.com/
This is really where I wanted to start my interesting topics of the day with this article. Flouride is bad stuff, I have known this for years and this article was interesting. I have seen other notes and atricles in the past showing that Flouride has been a major problem even in the mid 1800’s as there were many lawsuits in germany relating to flouride from aluminum production. here is the link
I like to check out Survival Blog daily today there was a listing of books for reading. Here is a listing of those books
A few books that might be helpful, to add to SurvivalBlog’s already long list of suggested useful books, are:
- The New Tinsmith’s Helper and Pattern Book by Hall Williams
- The Tinsmith’s Helper and Pattern Book by Vosburgh
- Brazing and Soldering – by Hobart
- Metals And How to Weld Them by T.B. Jefferson and Woods Gorham Jefferson
- Wheelmaking: Wooden Wheel Design and Construction – compiled by The Carriage Museum of America
- Carriage and Wagon Axles for Horse-Drawn Vehicles – compiled by The Carriage Museum of America
- Coach-Makers’ Illustrated Hand-Book (1875) by Ware
- The Wheelwright’s Shop by Sturt
- Repair Your Own Saddlery and Harness by Robert Steinke
- Harness Making: A Step-by-Step Guide by Robert Steinke
- Farm Machinery: Practical Hints for Handy-men by Davidson & Chase
- Homemade Contrivances and How to Make Them: 1001 Labor-Saving Devices for Farm, Garden, Dairy, and Workshop
- Farm Appliances: And How to Make Them
- Handy Farm Devices: And How to Make Them
- The Fascinating World of Early Tools & Trades by Emil
- Book of Buckskinning (7+ sequel volumes are also available)
- Bows & Arrows of the Native Americans: A Step-by-Step Guide by Jim Hamm
- The Wood Wright’s Companion by Underhill,
- The Woodwright’s Shop: A Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft by Underhill
- Civil War Medicine (Illustrated Living History Series) – by Wilbur [Obviously not intended as a replacement for modern texts!]
January 31st, 2010
So here it is the first month of the year is now about to expire. I am tight for time this week, but here are some interesting links I would like to share, and I hope to complement on at a later date.
Think or Whim.com an article from this website reporting a story of Durring world war II, the Lockehead plant was hidden under netting to resemble a suburban city.
Tonight, I started the night looking for information on the volcano2 camp cook stove which I am interested in for heating the dutch oven. Where I started finding some information on duch oven cooking here and foil cooking here. This was a scout foil site that had some information on it as well.
You know how the more you look for things on the net the more you find. I managed to digreess inot an RV site called the RV the Midwest Connection.com it seems as it is not maintained at this time, but the links on the site could provide further reading. Need some free or cheap stops, yep so do I found this site with low or no costRV campstops. If you have never been camping before this could be a place to start, The Fundamentals of Camping. BBQ Smoker Recipes. a couple blogs Travel by any means and The Just In Case Book Blog. K & M Matchcases
January 26th, 2010
Here are some of the interesting links for the day. Been a very long day so no time to really relate the links other then they were interesting reads while visiting them.
How to Disapear seems like a site that can provide ideas, links and information on privacy, with as bad as ID theift has gotten to be any way to help safeguard it is important to look at.
Bug out Drill I dont know anything about this company, but the bug out drill offered by tigervalley could be an interesting compition training event.
http://www.seychelle.com/prodsingle.php?prodkey=52 an interesting steel flip top water bottle.
Wisconsin State Cartographers office maps for wisconsin.
Some interesting links for the day, It is snowing and the wind is blowing hard and I am tired. Here is and article on the The Dead Sea Scrolls stating that the Bible is not original….you decide. An article by Sheriff Richared Mack talks about how the states can tell the feds to mind there own business. I need to make this a perminate link when I get to work on that area again, valuable info at Codenameinsight.com. This book might be an interesting read . This relating to Hyperinflation, Money Demand and the Crack-up Boom on the Mises Institue website should be good reading. I was referred to this wibsite today, seem like it could be a very ineresting read. This is the new website, and when I did the ole google thing I found the original of the site preserved here. One of the things that keeps creaping in the the reading areas that I come accross is relates to Scaler EM weather control, might be something news worthy to keep an eye on.
January 24th, 2010
As I clean up the site Im starting to clean up some of the regular links, the ones I dont use much will be deligated to the links page. So in starting with that trend I will list out some of the links today.
New people order is a website the for the most part trying to sell a book, I have not as of yet read it but someday it might be interesting. The just of the book is that the way the laws are writen in the country the Banks own everything, including the people…..
http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/ An interesting Blog with stories of a socioeconomic nature, including some interesting stories on weather weapons.
Internet Archive this is the site to go for basicly anything of interest on the net, even some older versions of this website.
Tenth Amendment Center.com/ a website dedicated to “Working to limit the power of the federal goverment.” Which is a grand thing, the federal goverment is to big and too costly to function as it has the past number of years. Its time to put it back into its proper direction as it was before the 1860’s.
American Thinker is a daily internet publication devoted to the thoughtful exploration of issues of importance to Americans. Contributors are accomplished in fields beyond journalism, and animated to write for the general public out of concern for the complex and morally significant questions on the national agenda.
Rasmussen Reports is an electronic media company specializing in the collection, publication, and distribution of public opinion polling information.
United States Concealed Carry Association A website dedicated to the rights of Americans to protect themselves while carring a concealled weapon.
New American Truth.com Seems like a good site, I have read a few interesting articlesso far.
http://www.csoonline.com/article/512793/How_to_Protect_Your_Privacy_from_Computer_Forensics?page=1 Some info on protecting your computer.
http://www.officer.com/web/online/On-the-Street/Rescue-Tools/21$50151 An article on a new type of rescue tools.
Today was a rather interesting and busy day, Freezing rain. Possum living.net seems like and interesting sight might allow for one to save some money. Another potential site to visit is Free drinking water.com with American manufacutred water treatment producs. An interesting article that i came accross here relates to the global elites and war.
Well, today there was not much in news for me to read. I did see that Brown won the election in the Bay state which should be a very good thing. On the site here I was able to get more of the links for 2009 to the page devoted to links. I still need to go through them and get a description for them hoping that it will make it more searchable from the home page here. I am thinking of creating a page of interesting videos as well helping to keep the links pages from getting out of hand. http://packsaddleshop.com/index.php looks interesting if you are into pack-horses. This site is for internet radio type programs.https://www.reciva.com/
January 18th, 2010
Video of the Day, posted by: http://www.youtube.com/user/cleaverb it is The first track from Airs’ Moon Safari album, accompanied by scenes from a video shot from a streetcar traveling down Market Street in San Francisco in 1905.
Before the earthquake/fire of 1906 destroyed the area. Remarkable footage of the turn of the century lifestyles
in California.Made by cleaverb! Below is the original video which can be found at http://www.archive.org/details/TripDown1905 the archive.org website is a treasure.
Michigan state University library cookbooks If you like old cookbooks this archive has many, good find.
I like old world information, simpler time for a simpler life: http://books.google.com/books?id=LiNAAAAAYAAJ&pg=PP10#v=onepage&q=&f=false
This is an article on the shelf life of canned food items :http://grandpappy.info/hshelff.htm
January 13th, 2010
Not much happening on here today, I got a few things moved around.
January 12th, 2010
Slowly but surely im getting all the links of interest moved to a new page to better help this page in its reading. I know I know, i got to redo the whole darn site its to big, to messy, and very un organized. I hope to get that changed over the next few months.
January 07th, 2010