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Month: October 2008

Day Hike in October

On October 4th, 2008 my son and I went on a day hiking trip. Before we left the truck I got out the Garmin GPS and the topo maps and saved the truck as a waypoint. We also brought along a rifle for protection against wild hogs, snakes and coyotes. Bears have been reported in the area, so we had to keep those in mind as well. We then hiked to a local creek and had lunch with eversafe meals – which are kinda like MREs. On the way back to the truck, the batteries started going out in the GPS. So the batteries were swapped out and we got back on track. When using a GPS its important to have spare batteries. That is Continue Reading….

The Libertarian Party, our only real answer

Check out the Libertarian website to see if you have a Libertarian candidate running in your area. http://www.lp.org/ How many times do people have to vote for the two major parties before they realize there is no difference? It took both parties to pass the North American Free Trade Agreement – NAFTA It took both parties to pass the banking bailout scam. It took both parties to pass the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade – GATT. It is taking both parties to continue this war in Iraq. It took both parties to establish the income tax. It took both parties to send millions of our jobs to China, Taiwan and India. It has taken both parties to increase our taxes to where they are Continue Reading….

Barricaded store fronts during a disaster

When some type of disaster occurs, the owners of a store will take measures to protect their business and their property. A lot of places like wal-mart will stack bales of compressed cardboard in front of the doors.

These blocks of compressed cardboard act as a barricade to help stop people from driving cars or trucks through the front doors. Most of the time the front doors of these large stores will be made of glass – which offer little to no protection from a car or truck. During the Rodney King riots, some store owners also used these blocks of cardboard as bullet stops. Its kinda difficult for a bullet to penetrate 3 – 4 feet of compressed cardboard. The store owners were able to band together behind these blocks of cardboard, and stop the crowds of looters from destroying their stores .

This video was filmed just before Hurricane Ike made landfall in Galveston, Texas.

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