The Survival Guide for Interesting Times [NOOK Book]

Overview

Interesting times can come to a nation or an individual, and this guide will help you get ready in either case. Surviving everything from a job loss to a nuclear bomb is covered. Other subjects include how to survive debt, social chaos, dog attacks, plane crashes, car chases, gun fights, wilderness emergencies, currency collapses, dictators and general economic troubles.

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The Survival Guide for Interesting Times

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Overview

Interesting times can come to a nation or an individual, and this guide will help you get ready in either case. Surviving everything from a job loss to a nuclear bomb is covered. Other subjects include how to survive debt, social chaos, dog attacks, plane crashes, car chases, gun fights, wilderness emergencies, currency collapses, dictators and general economic troubles.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033267002
  • Publisher: Steve Gillman
  • Publication date: 5/30/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 590 KB

Meet the Author

I write on a wide variety of subjects and I try to approach each with an eye to what others have missed. My book "101 Weird Ways to Make Money" (Wiley and Sons 2011) is my best seller so far. I like money as a subject, but I'm more passionate when writing about important social and political matters. I think Social Security should be replaced with something else, religion is dangerous, marriage should be eliminated as a legal institution, and flags are worth less than rags. I do not respect authority in any form, because I respect people and their rights as individuals. I think obedience to law is a matter of convenience, not a duty. Might never makes right, even when it is the might of the majority.


I am sometimes wrong, and I think we should beware of anyone who cannot say the same. We should all change our minds as new information and knowledge become available. So I may change what I have to say on a subject from one book to the next. If that annoys some readers all I can say is look for a guru elsewhere--I only intend to suggest new and useful ideas and to encourage readers to do their own thinking.

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