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  • Disturbing yet validating read.

    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...-78178627.html

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    Very good read... I picked up a few ounces of silver today, close to my goal of 50 oz by end of year. I have been "stacking" for a couple of months now, not so much trying to read the market, just buying silver eagles, other rounds and 90% pre 1964 coins... it is an addictingly fun side of prepping, and a cool way to save $$$. :cool:

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    • #3
      I think the most disturbing thing for me is that we are starting to see economists that are not "survivalists" at all calling for complete colapse of the system.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mungo View Post
        I think the most disturbing thing for me is that we are starting to see economists that are not "survivalists" at all calling for complete colapse of the system.
        True that... two things that changed our economic world:

        1) Wall St. greed
        2) Free trade (being the most detrimental to all aspects our our national health).

        We have virtually strangled the manufacturing sector in the US, which not only has terrible economic consequences, it makes us ultra-dependent on off-shore manufacturing for durables... dependency=lack of self-sufficiency... we'll be a nation of beggars (for the most part) due to our willingness to have our cake and eat it for a few decades. We have truly sold out. The sad thing is that if Washington was willing to make some moves in the right direction, it is likely too late.

        ... can't wait to get the garden started! spring come quickly!

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          Spring? We're looking at 12" of snow coming our way. I wish it was spring.


          To your point about dependancy on others. It is also the fault of school systems for the last 3 decades as well. The entire system is set up to create suit wearing selfish a__holes instead of people who can build and fix things.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mungo View Post
            Spring? We're looking at 12" of snow coming our way. I wish it was spring.


            To your point about dependancy on others. It is also the fault of school systems for the last 3 decades as well. The entire system is set up to create suit wearing selfish a__holes instead of people who can build and fix things.
            +1 on that...

            Got a couple of inches yesterday... I was more or less dreaming about the garden...

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