A very long read, but well worth it

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  1. mountainman13

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  2. CA357

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    A good read. Thanks Opaww.
     
  3. fireguy

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    Good to see you back, Don!
     
  4. bkt

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    Thanks, Opaww. Good things to think about in this.
     
  5. opaww

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    It has some insight, that made me re-think a few things
     
  6. m72law

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    Great read,just Half way into it.:):eek:;)
     
  7. m72law

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    "You cannot save the planet. You may be able to save yourself and your family." – Clint Smith
     
  8. Jim1611

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    Great article Opaww. Things we talk about but this writer brings it to about as practical of a description as I've ever read. Very disturbing too. But very real. Like you, I'm rethinking a thing or two as well.
     
  9. vincent

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    Me too, like how I need to get some sandbags to go along with my ordinary pickup truck...;)
     
  10. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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    Just reading the article makes you think on what additional preparations you and even your neighbors need to make in a situation comes. The problem is most neighbors do not communicate at all, just the standard wave and/or hello.

    The biggest issue, is trust. Trust is earned and not given away. It takes something like this to bring neighborhoods together to protect one another.
     
  11. clr8ter

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    Holy Crap......something like this never even entered into my mind. Now, we need some way to determine where exactly we live. How far into the country is far enough?