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Jul 21, 2011

This is the second part of my listener conversations. This time my guest is Tim Flood of El Paso, TX. Tim is a long time listener of Two Beers With Steve and fellow Chris Martenson Forum contributor.

In this episode we focus in on how a regular Joe Six Pack has taken preparations in his own life to preparre for an uncertain future. We discuss gardening, investing, food storage, water filtering and home brewing.

3 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Dmitry
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  • over three years ago
    Ita
    Hi Erin, what herbs are your growing this year? We haven't done much pvirerseng yet although the books are on the coffee table. We have a jar of dry beans from last year that was pretty easy to preserve. But we haven't done the more in-depth pvirerseng of canning and drying produce.
  • over three years ago
    Lucimar
    You could also do some on new technologies, and gdagets. Even stories that follow the same curve as slashdot.org, thats the only site that I have visited regularly for the last 8 years (basically since I've had internet). Those kinds of thing I think are of interest to a lot of people. Oh and do a review of the latest D&D version 4!