Join Me for 2 Hours of Q&A on Hyper Inflation

I will be appearing in the “Gold and Silver” chat room on PalTalk.  I will speak for about 20 minutes and leave the balance of the time for Questions.

Full Details from the Event Organizer

Here’s the event on Facebook:  Hyper Inflation Preparedness Night

I’d like to welcome you to a special community event called “Hyperinflation Preparedness Night”. This will be a night dedicated to the discussion of preparing for a currency event such as hyperinflation. How will hyperinflation affect the infrastructure of our lives? What can we do to prepare? Join a live discussion about this topic with a disaster preparedness expert.

Date: Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Time: 8:00 – 10:00 PM EST (make sure to adjust for your time zone)

Where: Paltalk.com — In room: Gold and Silver

Special Guest: Jack Spirko

To attend, simply go to www.paltalk.com and download the simple software. You will be required to register and choose a nickname for the chat.

There will be a disaster preparedness expert, special guest speaker; Jack Spirko of, The Survival Podcast who will be giving a talk on what he recommends can be done. There will be time for questions, as well as a post call general discussion period.  This should be fun, please attend if you can.

11 Responses to Join Me for 2 Hours of Q&A on Hyper Inflation

  1. Looks like PalTalk is Windows only and doesn’t support Linux or Mac :/

  2. yeah, and it sucks to have to download software for one event

  3. Jack, Thanks , I actually have time to get there today, looking forward to hear what you have to say.

  4. Can’t wait to hear your take on this in detail. I really see the tip of the next wave coming fast now. All of the positive news is phony “gains” based on monetizing the debt. Still no new jobs so real organic growth can not exist in this climate.

  5. Modern Survival

    @dseelman, whine, whine, whine ;>) just kidding man but hey you might find you like it for other uses. This thing is really cool I think we should set up a TSP room there.

  6. Turns out they have a Flash version! Shame that I only found it now :/

    http://express.paltalk.com/?refc=83235

  7. RadioKrafter

    Thanks so much for brokering the Q & A session, Jack. A TSP room would be great but from what I gather from the PalTalk site, a room is not free. Perhaps Participation could be positioned as a venue for MSB Members?

    It was a first try, probably a lot of pent up questions but in the future, maybe we (includes ME) can stay closer to the announced topic.

    I enjoyed the opportunity and the info and stayed aboard for the entire 2:10.

  8. Night Walker

    Outstanding session Jack. Felt much like an enhanced version of a “Listener Feedback” show.

    The “live” interaction with the audience (even those without a PC microphone) added an aspect I sometimes miss listening to a pre-recorded podcast.

    I concur with the previous posts about setting up a TSP Room there; depending on costs, you could shoot for a live program maybe twice/month. Still gives us all the flexibility to listen to (and record!) podcasts as best fits our individual needs and schedules, yet still allows us to come together as a community once in a while.

    BTW… Skype has sharing & collaboration tools, including the ability to have everyone else see what’s on your screen. You could set up a topic-specific training/info session for MSB members which included Adobe documents, other web sites, and of course the infamous… PowerPoint! 🙂

    Thanks for taking the time to educate us (and probably some new TSP listeners as of last night) about Hyper-inflation. Looking forward to more good info & perspective from you in the future, but please don’t forget to ask US what YOU might need. Your listener base covers ALL KINDS of professional and personal demographics.

    NW

  9. I missed it, was it recorded?

  10. Modern Survival

    I will look into the PalTalk room set up, if cost is reasonable and people have an interest I will set up one and make it open to all.

  11. Great program. Liked it alot. Hung out after the show, you really piqued alot of interest from the fiancial half of the people got them talking and thinking. you will probably bring many into the fold.