This is Robert Nelson's dandy selection of mind candy covering a
whole raft of subjects that are...welll....interesting.
Many relate to the yet to be documented areas of new energy/free
energy research and there's a lot of just simply mind expanding
this is Bill Monroe's site, which he calls "Funny framed office
art & Business Gifts. The law firm Filly, Dally, DeLay and
Stall is only hypothetical...don't you wish?
http://newswithviews.com/Devvy/kiddA1.htm Devvy Kidd's work
is first rate. Nope, not in the mainstream - probably a
bit too much truth foe many sheep to bear. Which makes it all the
more worth reading.
http://www.standeyo.com/ Fine web designer Holly and
superb earthquake studies from Stan - we're talking a great site
to visit daily.
Just because I'm a guest on the Steve Quayle radio show (free on
the net live weeknights) doesn't color my thinking here.
Well, maybe a bit...but Steve's got a whole load of good
connections in the places where most people don't want to look -
military industrial/medical/DNA conspiracy type stuff and yes,
you should be worried about it.
http://www.bulletproofretirement.com Shy and retiring?
Certainly not. The problem addressed here is "How to we
get through the end of Baby Booming without have our life
savings/investments/wealth/and health ripped off?"
http://www.onlinestocktrading.org Don't want to spend
7-years of undergrad and grad school (and $50K) to figure out
day/short-term trading? Might be something here for you...
Elite e services has some neat trader tools. If you don't
have a color copier good enough to make counterfeit bond
certificates, maybe you should drop by.
http://trunews.blogspot.com/ Although it hasn't been updated
for a long while, the comments are still interesting to read
from an historical perspective.
visit here makes sense: They have figured out that while Matt
and I have been talking about what's coming, and as the price of gas
wanders up toward the $4 level and beyond, maybe we
weren't/aren't so nuts after all.
http://leonine.wordpress.com/ Billed as "Ramblings on
Christianity, the Bible, and the News, this site pulls
everything together into a nice...well ...um...unsettling...mix.
http://bisonsurvivalblog.blogspot.com/ A site that touts
frugal survivalism, preparedness, self-sufficiency, and extreme
paranoia. Hey, that's here, too right? WFT?
http://prudentinvestor.blogspot.com/ This is a fine blog
about what? Bubbles. Not the kind Lawrence Welk
talked about (turna offa da bubbla machina). Nope.
The fed-bankster driven kinds. Which of course, you don't
believe in, right?
http://www.ernstrade.com These pages in French make a
reference to us - can't tell if they think we're nuts, or what.
But any country that can produce Merlot wine and Bridgette Bardot
deserves a link. Freedom fries notwithstanding.
http://www.endtimesreport.com/ This site, like our own
project here at UrbanSurvival is all about self reliant living.
Tons of good stuff,
mention Miles Stair's Quickening News.
http://moralequivalentofwar.wordpress.com/ What is the
moral equivalent of war? Well, if you believe in the GWOT
(global war on terror), a visit here might change how you view
things a bit...
http://www.survivalblog.com/index.html Well, we're all
trying to be survivors, but this site does a fine job of
getting down to the real basics of food, water, shelter,
sanitation - the hard core 'got to haves' to live when the you
know what hits the you know what.
http://deconsumption.typepad.com/deconsumption/ Yup, I'm not
the only one who is waking up to what's going on in the
world...lots of folks with similar views on current events here.
http://www.linkcrusader.com/ This site is decidedly
anti-Bush, so if you need more grist for the mill, plenty of
links and thoughts to sort through here.
http://spelunkingthroughthechaos.blogspot.com/ Fine place -
decidedly wondering about 9/11, how the neocons have stolen
America and similar thought.
The artwork here is as good as the comments. and the artwork is
very, very good. In fact, if I could afford one, I'd have
it in my office!
http://www.capitalstool.com/ Good solid and skeptical
economics ("We don't know, and neither do they" champions their
banner). Sounds like us, but a bit more urban and nicely
done. If you are a trader, this is a daily must-see.
http://www.americaindanger.com/index.html Now, here's
a site that is definitely on track with much of our thinking: If
the Constitutional Rights go, we're all toast. Wait a
minute...aren't they already gone? OhmyLord...
OK, this is a site that links to mine - and what's more - the
graphical design of this site is the bomb - it is some of the
nicest and most original around. Also, if you need a bio
of Kool DJ Herc, father of hip hop, dis be dah place
If I was still day trading, which I'm not, this is one of the
sites I would be sure to surf every day. Good posts - and
sometimes I learn a thing or two. Worth a bookmark - not
just the once-over.
Stephen Hudson's site is all about dentistry - but not about
molars and such. It's about how to have a life and a
dental practice. Also, if you're a dentist, be sure not
to miss his products page.
Alex Jones' site is designed to scare you into awareness. If
you think I'm a bit "over the top" about certain things, such as
voting fraud, you ain't seen nuthin yet until you check out this
site. Alex is a good interviewer - been on his show several
times - and he doesn't pass out rose-colored glasses...
http://stockmarketjungle.com Michael Panzer has written a
wonderful book on investing. yeah, I know, why be in the
market now? Well, for one thing, a knowledgeable investor
can make as much in a down move as an up move - sometimes more.
But regardless of your take on the long term direction, "New Laws
of the Stock market Jungle" is a fine (and worthwhile) investment
before you invest...
http://www.BoldVenturesGroup.com This is a one-stop tool kit
for new and existing business ventures. Offers planning,
product or company launch, and turning losing companies into
winners. Also a good networking place...
This is a don't miss site that will clue even the densest person
into a simple concept: Oil companies are finding less than 40
percent of what they sell each year. This means depletion is
real - and it's, in the words of the old REM song, "Right here,
is a business-like approach to protecting our liberties: "Although
we can identify hundreds of external and internal threats that are
currently undermining our beloved nation, we have to be careful to
prioritize our mission and objectives. If we choose too broad of
an approach, we risk becoming disorganized and ineffective.
Therefore, it is imperative that we carefully and strategically
plan our objectives to address short-term (eminent and immediate)
defensive threats, while simultaneously planning and executing
long-term offensive goals." Non-violent and within the legal
framework, this is an action-oriented group.
http://cyclytics.blogspot.com/ Good technical analysis -
not updated every day but worth clicking several times a week.
This is a Kondratieff economics site and one of the best links is
their "Economic Recovery Model. It looks a lot like the one
we have written about which, coincidentally, also looks like a
This is a good site with various views, but the winner is the
Cycle of Man series. Scroll down the menu on the right hand
side of the page to find and read this excellent rap.
http://nostradumass.blogspot.com/ When is this site going to
be updated? I feel I should know it in advance...
Under the Radar: Better living through private world domination.
Makes me wanna backdate some options on the spot, doesn't it
you? Although not updated terrible often (Daily would be
nice, Mark!) it's good stuff. He does have a real job,
apparently besides the site...which might explain why he doesn't
What do we do when the trade halts, the oil is gone and we're
broke? Why, relocalize of course. Think "cooperative
living" - no Joneses to out-consume in that, but it's probably