I give out advice, on this forum and others as to what I think(and I can't stress that enough that it's my OPINION) is the best idea and occasionally I let people know when I think something is a bad idea. I've never tried to mask my own opinions as gospel nor have I made attempts to belittle most peoples ideas, just put some questions to them that I feel are important to ask before making final decisions. The annoying part of all this is lately I've noticed a growing trend in certain, "prepper" communities that they think whatever decisions they have made are absolutely correct and there are no questions to be asked because they have made all the perfect correct decisions and can not possibly be wrong. I just as many other preppers am always open to suggestions and ideas because like I'm sure most of us believe we can't possibly think of everything by ourselves. There will always be that lingering feeling that we're FORGETTING something. Am I really alone in this feeling of forgetfulness and am the only person who opens myself up to other ideas and the vast majority are actually the closed off do-no-wrong types?