Monthly Archives: February 2012

With Gold Headed to $2,025 Now is a Good Time to Get into Prospecting

Peter Hickson of UBS just announced his prediction for gold going to $2,025 this year, making hobby prospecting seem more feasible as a real source of extra income. Newbies and old hands alike may want to take a look at … Continue reading

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Boiled Puddings by Jas Townsend

Another great instructional video by the folks at Jas Townsend and Sons. These recipes date back a few hundred years and like always they’re prepared using colonial era equipment so aside from being interesting historical curiosities these recipes can be … Continue reading

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Another “Extinct” Cougar Sighted in Connecticut

The authorities are claiming the animal above is “obviously” a bobcat. A large, grey, mountain lion shaped bobcat: Rumor has it there’s a mountain lion roaming the area around the UConn Health Center in Farmington. Employees in an office building … Continue reading

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CDC Joins Government War on Milk

This is just outrageous politicized science that Americans should be up in arms about: The federal government said Tuesday that fresh milk is 150 times more dangerous than pasteurized milk — a finding that bolsters the government’s argument as it … Continue reading

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Christopher Nyerges on Urban Homesteading

This video is some sort of promotion for an area in California but Christopher Nyerges really makes some valid points all the people out there interested in self-reliance in an urban environment need to hear. I’ve been a fan of … Continue reading

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