reply to post by dainoyfb
Things you say give me the impression that you are a very intellectual and aware person. It's good to see.
Thanks. I am sorry if I mislead you, I have intellectual disabilities. I have been pretty limited since the injury I mentioned. I acquired my
awareness from being a diligent mother I suppose.
I live to a degree in the past, my memory is there. I had to go to my bedroom so I could tell you the name of the book I have been reading
currently, "Twelve Tests of Character" By, Fosdick. (1950). Embarrassing for sure, you will just have to decide if I am worth getting to know, I
suspect it takes a degree of patience.
What are some of your favorite banned books or taboo readings?
The most common banned (figurative) books I am also currently reading are:
"The Deliberate dumbing down of America" By, Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
"Emerging Viruses AIDS & Eboli -Nature, Accident or Intentional?" By, Dr.L. Horowitz
(I already read this when it came out but recently, something came up in the news that compells me to read it again).
It would be safe to assume, I read most of the controversial material in relation to the subjects I find interest in...I do not believe for a minute
anyone has any business deciding what we can or cannot read or learn.
Lake Erie recently had a rash of dead fish pop up, something that has been happening for awhile around the world. I see that as important to figure
out understand why. I am pretty sure government knows why, but they aren't sharing.
I suspect there may have been a lot of chemical garbage dumped in there, perhaps storage containers finally corroding and releasing contents. It is
something I hope to get time to look into.
We have people smoking synthetic weed sprayed with pesticide and doing crazy stuff, then the government decides we need to spray towns with the stuff
for West Nile virus...I like to see if I can identify patterns that make sense.
I studied a lot of german history between 1930-1950, I see that as a great psychological experiment (including biological) that has been studied,
tweaked and utilized in many of the methods being used today.
I'm in Canada and there is some mystery iniitiative that has made it very difficult to get books of certain topics across the border. Sometimes
people get inquiring visits from federal agencies when they order such books.
heh yes, they choose a particular type of personality for that job ha.... they don't have a sense of humor at least not when they have their "game
face" on. Nothing scarier for the feds when the population has more time on their hands to pay attention (my opinion of course)
Rifle restoration, personal defense tactics, lock picking and other prepper related books of this nature are listed as indefinatly unavailable at
Chapters. I've inquired many times but nobody can tell me why they will not order these books for customers despite bieng listed in their online
catalog. Paladin Press books are famous for this issue.
I remember Paladin Press. I had to go to the website because it has been years since I looked at what they offer. I suppose they are having
difficulty in keeping those type books stocked right now. (Ya know I can't help but getting a visual of the super over weight American couple buying
a self -defense handbook ha!). This might sound silly but, I think the biggest battle going on is in the mind and the manipulation of it. I know it
is the heart that needs the most preparation when it comes to those matters. For those who are interested in battle, I might suggest "The art of
war" (Sun Tzu).
Yes, I see prepping is very popular today. If I had a say so in education curriculum, basic survival skills would be one of the classes; not to
induce fear but for practical purposes.
I read your survival experience, very cool...literally ha. Great story. Although, looking at the pictures you included gave me the chills lol. We
used to take the kids primitive camping every year like an educational vacation (ha, well we tried to pass it off as vacation) for 5 days. We never
once tried to do it in winter; my fault because after I get a snowman built in the yard I am done with winter...brrrr. Thanks to your story, I
learned a couple new things, thanks
You mentioned not being able to get some of the books you are interested in. Have you considered retrieving them from the net and storing them on a
flashdrive? To my understanding their are all kinds of military training manuals online.
Thanks for the warm welcome,
It is nice meeting you to Dainoyfb. I look forward to getting to know you and hear more about your experiences.