Preppers are sometimes unclear as to the nature of the contingency for which they prepare. Hyperinflation of the U.S. dollar is likely. Natural disaster in a city is less likely. Global crash of Western civilization is unlikely. How you prepare for each scenario is different. This essay presents advice for the first contingency. You are on your own for the other two.
Archive for November, 2012
Prosecutors routinely try to convict armed citizens who defend themselves. A favorite technique is to ask a trick question that is unanswerable due to its hidden assumptions. E.g.: “Have you stopped beating your wife yet?” The trick question about ammunition in this essay’s title is meant to show malice by an armed citizen during his or her trial. It has often succeeded, resulting in unjust convictions. This essay presents five jury-persuading answers to the trick question.