Episode-146- More Calls From The Audience 2-23-09

I decided to take this Saturday and record another listener call in show for Monday the 23rd.  It is going to be a very busy Monday so I may not have gotten a show out for Monday otherwise.

Tune in today to hear listener questions and comments and my answers on…

  • Making for how to store food long term
  • Where and how to buy junk silver coins safely and at a good price
  • Thoughts on “The Appleseed Program” and the History Component in it
  • Suggestions for seeds and crops in very cold climates
  • The public school system, homeschooling and individual independence
  • Thoughts on water storage

Resources for today’s show…

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6 Responses to Episode-146- More Calls From The Audience 2-23-09

  1. just noticed that site link for appleseed sends you to raintree nursery

  2. Modern Survival

    Apple Seed Error, noted, corrected!

  3. Louisiana Suvivor

    on the subject of teaching in Spanish. in south Louisiana some classes are taught in French. the kids get scolded at when they speak English. but the small town, about 5000, vote every year if they want to keep it up. it’s to keep their heritage. plus their kids are bilingual. in my opinion French is needed in our Louisiana heritage. it’s were we came from and it’s still in use today. spanish…..not so much. that in my opinion is illegals not wanting to accept our heritage. Great Show EVERYONE! This is OUR podcast! Thank you Jack.

  4. Hey Jack,

    who sings the song at the beginning of each podcast, and where might I be able to find it?

    I tried searching by title and there seems to be TONS of artists who’ve sung songs with that title.

    Thanks,

    Kyle

  5. Hi Jack,
    I just started listening to you in the weeks before last Christmas and I must say I appreciate all you are doing.
    All I really wanted to say was that it was nice to hear mention of little old New Zealand today.