Once again I am off at DirtTime09 in California so I knocked out this show on a Friday afternoon a week ago and set it aside to fill in another day during my absence.
So what are we going to discuss today? I thought it might be a good time to just back up a bit and talk about the unique concepts that we have developed together at The Survival Podcast. Notice I said we not I because from day one the audience has been a huge part of not just the show but its’ development, direction and evolution.
Tune in today as I discuss…
- How we have made “The Grasshopper and the Ant” part of modern survivalism
- A quick retelling of the original story of the Grasshopper and the Ant”
- How disaster commonality can eliminate worrying about exactly “what” we prepare for
- What must we accept if we are to become prepared
- What does it mean that a hungry family makes it into the news today?
- What is “just in time” inventory and why should you care
- The real danger of swine flu is that it makes real dangerous diseases take a back seat
- Is the economy held together with duct tape or is that an insult to rednecks?
- Why should we occasionally listen to the tin foil hat crowd
- How to ask questions that lead people to prep rather then telling them they should prep
- Why debt is cancer and such a statement is not hype
- What I really think the plaque on the Statue of Liberty should say
- Why making the decision to do something is more important then how you are going to get it done
- Why preparing for a specific event, eventually leads to failure
- Why preparing for nothing to go wrong is the way to prepare for anything that goes wrong
- A new car or a second home, you have a choice
Resources for today’s show…
- Members Support Brigade
- Join Our Forum
- Region Six Get Together
- SOE Tactical Gear – (sponsor of the day)
- Tactical Response Gear – (sponsor of the day)
- A listener’s Youtube Video of me telling the Grasshopper and the Ant Story
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