in hard times, some flirt with survivalism

from msnbc: Atash Hagmahani is not waiting for the stock market to recover. The former high-tech professional turned urban survivalist has already moved his money into safer investments: Rice and beans, for starters. I hoard food, says Hagmahani, 44, estimating that he has enough to last his family a year or two. Im not ashamed to admit it. media monarchy dot com

7 Comments on "in hard times, some flirt with survivalism"

  1. chyea this would really work if zombies attacked

  2. mechanicalbu11 | February 16, 2010 at 7:14 pm |

    would you believe it cost a small fortune to plant 400 acres of food and they all get loans to do it. if they cant get loans the food doesn’t get planted.

  3. A garden can grow you food, medicine, tools and even weapons.
    One seed can produce 3,000 in 4 months.
    try putting a dollar in the bank and getting back $3,000 in 4 months.
    mellow does it, seeds, not gold, not silver not guns. plants will do it all

  4. Be prepared people… but not paranoiac! 🙂

  5. WeCanAllGetAllong | February 16, 2010 at 8:03 pm |

    Even natures wildlifes store food.

    Prepare,for these are the days of our lives.

  6. MrJoseph1157 | February 16, 2010 at 8:52 pm |

    Were coming to a one world gov.I dont think it will be any better someplace else.

  7. wow, leave the country. So, it’ll be better elsewhere!

    Why would the farmers stop growing our food? Our grandparents live in a different time they needed that much people on their farms. We don’t need that much, they can produce all the food we need, even in bad economy or depression…

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