Time for another round table discussion. I have some announcements and some stuff that has just popped up today. I have some really great listener questions and feedback as well. Today we talk about restoring ecosystems, livestock, finding normalcy, first steps prepping, taxes, fishing, dogs, fnords, diet, agorism and more.
Today on The Survival Podcast we cover…
- Quote of the Day, “Working with nature is great, but you have to give nature something to work with” ~ Nick Ferguson
- Why animals are essential to restoring large scale ecosystems and why livestock is our only real choice
- Why normalcy is a choice and the new normal is also a choice, how will you choose
- Why going from sheep to prepared is a mental shift not stuff you buy
- My favorite methods to catch fish for food, sport and survival – it depends
- How to think about reducing taxation with deductions as an entrepreneur
- Finding the “right dog” for your family
- How to know you are looking at a fnord, before you know how to see them
- How fermented foods fit in with Keto/paleo/etc
- Why anarchism and agorism always win in the end
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- The Greater Reset
- Believe It – Three Doors Down
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