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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Rough Day Today

Rough Day Today

Well, the blog has been down a bit today, and I had to fight with it tonight again, so no big article.

I am not going to write some big thing about how awful the SCOTUS decision on Obamacare was, or anything like that either. Plenty of others have done that and will do that.

Here’s the deal though…

It’s irrelevant in every way except one.

The hill we’re rolling down, heading for the economic cliff, just got steeper. Around $2.5 Trillion steeper.

Please read a great article on the real impacts of this decision from the standpoint of a doctor with over 25 years of experience, written by my friend Doc Phillips over at Outback Medicine.

Got preps?

My Nightmare

My Nightmare

I’ve said for quite some time that one of the biggest things that concerns me beyond the general economic issues we’re facing right now is pandemic illnesses. See, I feel like I have a reasonable amount of control over our families economic situation. But knowing how fast a cold spreads through a school and all… Continue Reading

New and Noteworthy for Today, June 28, 2012

Here’s a bunch of links I saw today that I thought you might like. Security lapses found at CDC bioterror lab in Atlanta – USATODAY.com Bid Rigging for Municipal Asset Management Some Thoughts on Overseas Investing in U.S. Real Estate Independence vs. dependence To Spain: Bite Me! – MarketTicker Forums Supercameras Could Capture Never-Before-Seen Detail… Continue Reading

A Family Tradition Dies…

A Family Tradition Dies…

So we’ve reached an official milestone. Our kids don’t like to go to the You-Pick berry farms anymore. This is problematic because while they’ve had fun with it in the past, I’ve liked the fact that it’s WAY cheaper than buying berries at the store. Like 25% of the cost. Now, the conundrum. We want… Continue Reading

Blackberries!

Blackberries!

Here in Western Washington blackberries are all over the place.  Right about now is when they start to bloom, which is always an exciting time. Why, you ask?  Because it’s one of the major nectar flows here, and blackberry honey is fantastic.  And when I say major, I’ve heard of hives filling multiple supers in… Continue Reading

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