May 25, 2018 at 12:49 pm #69773
Selco was the featured speaker on the Survivalist Prepper podcast, well worth your time.May 28, 2018 at 3:52 am #69879
Not having much at all to do with Apple products, I need some enlightenment. Mousing over and clicking the link, as instructed on the site, delivers a message that tells me “The address wasn’t understood.” Does that mean I need to have iTunes downloaded and open for it to work, or is it more complicated than that? I have purposely chosen not to have iTunes on my desktop, and use Google for virtually nothing except Maps (NEVER Google search engine – only StartPage.com).May 28, 2018 at 7:27 am #69882
I believe that you need itunes.
Try thisMay 28, 2018 at 4:26 pm #69894
Thanks, WB – worked great. For what it’s worth, here’s an otherwise useless but interesting little “gee whiz” piece of information. For anyone not “fluent” in the nearly lost art of Morse code, the code at the very beginning of this podcast spells out TEOTWAWKI. It reminded me that on each episode of the old CBS series “Jericho” several years ago, they’d have a one word morse code message that was different each week. And it was relevant to the program coming up. We could all die and never know any of that and be none the worse off – just a little useless fun knowledge.
Lots going on today, so I’ll have to listen to the 1-hour podcast in spurts, but it certainly starts off being very familiar to us here. Thank you again, Selco, from those that do have eyes to see and ears to hear.
I’m thinking that if Sweden, of all places, is government-sponsoring such an effort, and we’re not hearing anything about it in our MSM, something’s “up.” That’s no big surprise here in this forum, but perhaps things are even escalating in ways we don’t know about beyond vague generalities, even if we wouldn’t be surprised to know details.May 30, 2018 at 6:21 pm #69982
The morse code, as well as other things was mentioned in a previous podcast.
Which was amusing as the first couple of times I listened, i was trying to remember code from 30 years ago.
When they said it, it was one of those ” I really have forgotten everything moments “.
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