Episode-165- Threat Probability and Theat Impacts — 8 Comments

  1. With the distractions today and yesterday I uploaded a .wav version just replaced it with an mp3, all should be well now.

  2. Brilliant Show! My family and I survived Katrina not by having a years supply of food or 10K rounds of ammo, but by having a financial account with a national bank that we could access outside of our home state. That account allowed us to live in comfort until we could go home. I did not have to stay in a refuge camp or rely on the government. I provided for myself and my family. It did take several years to accumulate but it was certainly worth it.

  3. while you can\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’t go around hunting with a firearm in a residentian area, in bad times you could use a high velocity air rifle to shoot small game. I can\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’t count the rabbits and squirrels that pass thru my yard everyday. There are some really decent air rifles for reasonable prices on the market you just have to buy the pointed pellets for good penitration.

  4. Sounds like a script kiddie attack. Moving a database can be dangerous (I was the webmaster for one of Vermont’s largest newspapers). Doesn’t always go smoothly.

    If possible, I would have the systems admin at your new host do it, rather than dumping the database yourself, uploading it to the server, and remaking it.