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    • Fri, May 09, 2014 - 08:40pm

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      marjham

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      Thanks

    Thanks so much for taking the time to post the slides, Chris…..it is greatly appreciated!

    • Tue, Apr 29, 2014 - 04:39pm

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      Inside the Belly of The Beast

    Great find – not as "mate-bait", but as one of the more articulate encapsulations of Western evo/devolution. Would like to share with our new PP group, formed as a result of latest Rowe Group Seminar.   

    • Wed, Jun 12, 2013 - 11:39pm

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      Simple question

    Not sure where to post this inquiry, so will start here.  I am in my 60's, and my only  income is Social Security . I also have a serious disability.  Factors in my favor might include no debt,  living in very rural area with plenty of land all around (not mine, but not actively used either). Well water very good and reliable. Northern area so winters are cold, heat electric/oil.  I share apartment in old farm house with my sister, so expenses are manageable.  So what the heck happens when we reach the "event horizon" of our fiscal black hole?  Soc Security as one of the first casualties seems obvious,

    Absent any real assets to creatively manage, I do like the idea very much of being quite far from serious urban environment, in a small community – which I could become more connected to.  Any suggestions/pointers would be welcome.

    I recall back in the day, when the world was facing a different cataclysm, people would joke about pitching their tent on top of the nearest silo.  This current scenario is going to play out on the ground, a lot slower and a lot messier.

    • Sun, Feb 24, 2013 - 08:28pm

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      Hilarious

    Hilarious.  A little pathetic maybe…but still funny.

    • Sun, Feb 24, 2013 - 06:55pm

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      Damon Vrabel is missed…

    I didn't "discover" DV's materials until he after he had gone to ground, and have often wished that this articulate, insightful voice had not been so abruptly silenced.  The (hopefully) growing ranks of us poor schmucks who aim to "wake up" need all the help we can get!  

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