Episode-2456- Listener Feedback for 6-10-19
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Today on The Survival Podcast I answer your questions on community, garden ponds, permaculture design, business, websites, Operation Suckerberg, food forests, armed citizens, quail and more.
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- The Weekly community revitalization segment – The Need for Speed
- Please Call the JERK Line and be part of episode 2500
- Small garden pond placement
- Permaculture concept planning vs. detailed designs
- Building a business vs. building a website about a business
- A discount on Mead Horns and other cool stuff to support Operation Suckerberg
- The good, the bad and the ugly about “public food forests”
- The biggest danger in being an “armed citizen”, you can look like a bad guy
- Getting started with quail
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- Permaculture Concept Planning Vs. Detailed Design Article
- 7 Acre Public Food Forest Coming to Atlanta
- Episode 1717 – Quail Q&A over 3 Hours all Questions Have a Time Stamp in the Notes
- Southern Cross – Crosby, Stills and Nash
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A tipping fee is the charge you pay to dump there. It means tipping of a dump truck bed.
Have you heard about DSM Safety Banners? They were created by an officer for the purpose of quick identification. May be worth adding to your off duty EDC. They come as a pouch, and are easy to deploy. And a well made product to boot.
As you may imagine, they cannot be purchased on Amazon or anywhere other than their website, and each purchase is vetted for a qualifying use case before shipping.
Rural Community Internet:
I think the caller mentioned Indiana as his location. A quick search of major US fibre optic lines shows a nice concentration traversing Indiana. In most cases this fiber is under utilised, and anything that drives utilization is an attractive proposition to the owners. No doubt, this is why your state is offering incentives in the first place. So a couple thoughts…
I’d recommend the caller talk/consult with the people at Switch (www.switch.com), specifically their Switch CITIES community solutions division. Switch’s closest Datacenter location to the caller is likely the Pyramid campus in Grand Rapids. Tour their Pyramid campus and consider what a similar, if smaller, facility could mean for your county.
Properly executed, an engagement with Switch or similar company could offset most or all of the cost of running fibre to your population. I.e. your folks could get fibre as a side benefit to a much larger and population/revenue growing project.
IMO Indiana is in a datacenter Goldilocks-zone, not too close and not too far from major cities. This is perfect for secondary or disaster recovery datacenters for IT infrastructure.