Skip to comments.“Lessons from Argentina’s economic collapse”
Posted on 01/31/2014 5:14:56 PM PST by Kartographer
A popular article in the survival sphere entitled Lessons from Argentinas economic collapse from Ferfal documents the struggles of living in a collapsing society. Download it here in pdf Argentina Collapse or simply read below.
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it
Looks like its about to become deja vu all over again.
deja vu on a global scale
I save just about every seed from every edible plant I can.
The local supermarket has a salad bar. You get to fill up these VERY nice clear plastic bowls with salad. PERFECT for germinating seeds, or for covering seeds already in the ground to protect from critters. I save EVERY ONE I get.
If I started right now, I could have edible food in 3 weeks. Not much, though. Not enough light yet!
The players $$$ are arranging the game board, remember the board game risk?
I’m going seed shopping.
The entire plant id edible, even if it doesn’t bulb very well.
The seed pods are a real treat!
High in Vit C, IIRC.
You and I think alike. I usually play a game of Risk ("Border Siege") on my Android phone at night before going to bed, just to keep that part of my mind sharpened. One can learn a lot about the real world through a game of Risk.
Thank you. I read FerFAL’s words of wisdom online years ago, but now I have it saved.
Due specifically to his advice, I keep a pair of gloves at hand under the driver’s side floormat. During riot conditions, who needs shattered safety glass obstructing one’s view or loose shards of broken glass flying inside a wildly pitching car? Sounds unlikely until it’s reached that point, and then you’re grateful to have the gloves at hand, I’ll wager.
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