I’ve actually got a number of posts ready for publishing, including another guest post from “Angry Mike” so don’t go far. I write now when I’m feeling inspired, which is probably an every-other-day kind of schedule. Maybe more, maybe less.
Besides, it’s not like I could leave you all for long anyway. You’re like . . . family and shit. Everyone now, “Awwwww! We love you, too – Ranger Man.” *RM blushes* Yeah, so PayPal donations are always welcome, my brothers and sisters – lol.
Thanks to Geology Joe for giving me a heads up on today’s post
You see, even the EPA is promoting emergency preparedness. You DO know that September is National Preparedness Month – DON’T YOU!? This is a quote from a recent EPA e-mail:
Hurricanes, spring floods, and other incidents can all wreak havoc with our daily lives. Here at EPA, we’re ready to respond in an official way. For individual people, preparing can range from keeping extra food and water to making evacuation plans. Either way, it pays to think ahead. In fact, September is National Preparedness Month.
The EPA even posed the question on their own blog “Greenversations” – check their September 8th post on the subject RIGHT HERE. It’s loaded with reader responses, so check it out and add your own thoughts. I did! It’s a good sign when preparedness becomes more and more mainstream.
– Ranger Man
BTW: If you’ve been following the news over the Large Hadron Collider, read this story. The atom smasher has generated controversy, because some scientists believe it has the potential to create mini-black holes that will spiral out of control and consume the Earth over a period of time. So, tomorrow when this thing fires up, it could be, quite possibly THE BEGINNING OF THE END!
The Large Hadron Collider, DESTROYER of the Earth, wicked cool – or BOTH?