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Monday, June 08, 2015

How to make a writing pen



How to make a writing pen

Here’s a fewlinks on the subject. Note some methods are more complicated than others.
2)      An easy one:  http://www.education.com/activity/article/Make_Quill_Pens/

Then here isone YouTube video on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHDKqpvBM4I

Last is astory on writing and quill pens: https://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhgrowingup/quillpens.pdf

And here isone more link from YouTube on making a feather quill pen:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EIgYQZZIes

As to how to make ink, well that is another subject. Ourancestors figured it out and so can you.

Pillars of Agricultural Literacy



Pillars of Agricultural Literacy


Note it is in pdf format and 9 pageslong.

The intentis to realize that most recommendations as to diets usually reflect “goodtimes” kind of diets.

To date, I cannot find anyrecommended diet that I trust for any kind of hard times, which includes thingslike farming, the ground military, and any other kind of hard times situation,like football, both American and even International, or even sweating a lot inan airplane.
Given that most diets are situationaldependent, like the circumstances will probably vary all over the place, thereis not one size fits all in my opinion. That also includes things like you sex,and even if you are nursing or not.
Two obvious examples follow: Duringgood times one should probably keep their sodium input down to recommendedlevels, but when outdoors sweating a lot, one should increase their sodiuminput, along with lots of clean water, too. Humans need adequate sodium (usuallywith some potassium, too) to live. Even our deer often benefit from salt licks.In the same vein, humans need some fat in their diet to best live, and oneshould try adjust that amount to their situation. Now one can get their fatfrom many sources, in other words, fat is usually found in many diets, andshould be thought of that way.
Now the Marine training kicks in,too.  Do not sacrifice yourself for thesake of others, like your children. We all count in our own ways, and notgetting sick from malnutrition is one way to show that.
Last, all this assumes you haveaccess to fat in your diet. Sometimes we won’t have access, but then the ideaof barter and community then kicks in. So even count yourself lucky if you areoverweight, because that might just get you through the initial transition toany kind of hard times diet. In the interim, do try live as healthy and at theproper weight as you can. Chances are we will even have “diminished” times,which to me means access to fat in our diets.

Quick Start Guide for a Hemlocks’ hard times startup




Quick Start Guide for a Hemlocks’hard times startup

6/8/2015

Twelfth  Draft

1. If timesget hard suddenly, and we have to get "things" running quickly,here's a proposed draft of how to try “start” it.
2.  It is assumed (for worse case planningpurposes) people will come here, vice the other way around. The Hemlocks’ placecan get overwhelmed with refugees. Remember the local town of Monterey (rural east Tennessee, USA has greatcapacity, too. Interstate 40 and US 70 are the obvious conduits. The workingassumption is the Hemlocks can handle 20+ adults and an equal amount of kids.
3. The prioritiesare water, food, waste water and sanitation, staying out of foul weather, firesafety, initial medical help for the ill, and “simple” security. The particularseason, like the cold season or the warm season, will dictate a lot of actions.
4. The peoplepriorities are Family and Friends, then refugees in general.
            a) The Hemlocks expects not all will get here, mostly due to road blocks.  Been there and done that, too. In my case,having a pistol on my lap in obvious view sure helped my cause. If you don’thave a pistol, use a kitchen knife, for example.
            b) Family and Friends will have to use the two main cottages. Imagine abarracks style setup with more than one Family living in the same room.
            c)  All others are refugees, including theirchildren. That is harsh, but this is a quick start guide. Said another way, onestill has to try survive (until times get better or we transition to a morepermanent way of existing) as best they can.
            d) The refugees will have to use allthe other many facilities, including the Cliff Field Pool area, which includesa fishing and washing pond (for the warm season) and an outhouse.
            e) A "spare" primitive wood stove should be moved out to theCliff Field Shelter (3 sided) for both cooking and heat during the cold season.A kit to exhaust the CO1 gas (carbon monoxide) outside comes with the stove ifnecessary. Plan B is to cook "camping style" if we have to. Think“Dutch Oven” or Scout type cooking, for example. We can do it if we have to. Wehave the “Dutch Ovens” and sample recipes to start with.
5. Foodinitially should be served "soup kitchen" style at both cottages andthe Cliff Field Shelter. We can transition to a cafeteria or other styleslater.  Initial requests for soup kitchenhelp from Monterey will be honored as best we can. Food for cooking can beobtained from either cottage, and various cooking tools are all available. Somesoup kitchen supplies are already stockpiled.  Wood is the main source of cooking heat (we’vegot plenty of wood). The Dutch Ovens (3) and large cooking pots setup willprobably be used. Cups and "sporks" and paper plates are the main eatingmeans initially. Initially, use all the short shelf-life foods before they gobad.
6. Watercomes from the local springs, and the ponds. Bathing is by water and baby wipesif we have them (we have an initial supply of 3,000 baby wipes). Sanitation isby the four toilets in the two cottages, the Cliff Field outhouse, and dugholes for urine and feces. Going to the bathroom just anywhere is forbidden.The garbage pits will still be used. Menstruation products will go to thesepits, for example.
7. Firesafely is by ruthless checking and observing by all adults.  We don’t want a house fire if we can avoidit. There are plenty of fire extinguishers around the various facilities. Knowwhere they are.
8.  Initial Hemlocks’ medical help is to keep theill (either the individual or a group as in a pandemic) as warm and hydrated aspossible. Use all the sleeping bags and sleeping pads and cots, too, plus localwood stove heat. Given I 40 and US 70, one can expect disease to follow anymigration.
9. Initiallysecurity is to maintain good order and discipline while setting up somethingbetter and more long term. Patrolling is key. LED lights for after-dark are available.Protecting ourselves very well comes later. Protecting ourselves at a minimumlevel must come right away. Now is a good time to make your own peace about howyou will deal with desperate and often marauding invaders as times may becomereal confusing to many.
10. Oneperson will be the overall "boss". He or she will quickly appointpeople to maintain the water, cook, maintain sanitation (mostly to avertcholera and typhoid), appoint an initial doc, and a security chief that evenassigns where to go, like even where to live. Any frictions will be sorted outby the boss. For those that don't like this proposed setup, then they arewelcome and expected to leave, like go back to Monterey or elsewhere, just goaway. Those who don't go along can expect worse.
11. Thewater powered electric plant and solar powered electric plant are a lowerpriority to get the benefits from these existing energy sources. Said anotherway, if they work, fine. If they don’t work, fine (for the initial setup time).Initial electricity and artificial light during darkness will be from batterypowered lights, and chemical lights like the hurricane lamps and the candles.
12.Transition to a more detailed way to exist should begin within one week asthings settle down. Expect change during the transition. A draft detailed wayto go forward already exists at the Hemlocks (it is on the kitchen refer doorright now). I suggest to use it initially until it can be changed which mostcertainly will happen.
13. Initialheat for both cottages will be provided to the wood stoves by those living inthe cottages (i.e. they cut and gather wood (and split it as necessary) forheating and cooking). Heat for the Cliff Field Shelter (and for cooking) willbe always be provided by those living there, or living in the near vicinity. Thetools to manually chop or cut (and split) wood are available.  If public electricity is on (maybe using arolling blackout method), then the electric heating bill will be paid for collectivelyby those in each cottage. Each cottage already has its own account at the localVEC (Volunteer Electric Co-Operative). There is no grid or off grid electricityat the Cliff Field Shelter. The barn and electric powered pump house are on theexisting house accounts. If the public electricity goes out, then gravity powerwill still work and use existing PVC lines and garden hoses to deliver water(albeit more slowly) for human drinking, cooking, and waste water purposes. TheHemlocks has two kerosene stoves for heat, too. There is a very limited supplyof kerosene, also.  One should never usegasoline in these stoves, either. Gasoline will most likely explode and causeworse problems to solve.
13. Keep inmind the barn and 4 smaller storage sheds are also available for initial use(they will need better organizing and cleaning than exists today, like they couldbenefit by the old cars in storagethere being put outside. None are hookedup to water pipes. The metal shed has some electrical hookups and a “moteltype” heater and cooler.  The barn doeshave some electrical hookups and an electric arc welder. This barn also doeshave a lay down freezer with human and animal type food in it (I figure goodinitial food for pets). It also has a very minimal "puppy house" thatworks OK for dogs. Those with cats will decide what to do with their pet cats,like don’t bring them to the Hemlocks (the yard dogs will probably get them(like kill them) if they do). The same goes for farm animals, and even guineas(a bird that tends to nest in trees above the ground).
14. Thereare ten gallons of clean and filtered water spring water in 5 one gallon BPAfree jugs  and one 5 gallon “jerry can”of spring water in the main house to initially help things along if needed.
15. There isan existing solar plant (with inverters) to recharge batteries intended to beused for powering security (24/7/365) and some light after dark.  There are also some homemade candles burningparaffin wax (plus some commercial candles) intended to provide some lightafter dark until they run out.  Matchesto light them are in the kitchen. The cottage next door has magnifying lensesto start fires if the matches run out.
16. Initialburials will often be in mass graves.  Justkeep a record so the relatives know where their loved ones are buried.

I suspect and hope many readers willuse this kind of post to modify for where they live. Said another way, Isuspect and hope many will borrow some of these ideas and apply them to wherethey live if it makes sense to them. There are many existing and goodcommunities around the world, too.

Jenn[d]er and Other Confusions



Jenn[d]er and Other Confusions

By Clarice Feldman in the AmericanThinker

Bruce Jenner’s decision to takehormone treatment, wear a wig, call himself Caitlyn, get tarted up and pose ina corset for the cover of Vanity Fair has created a mediaavalanche, despite the fact that transgendered folk make up a truly smallpercentage of Americans. It’s been estimated that 700,000 or 0.03 percent of Americans are transgendered and most but not all ofthese are what’s called transitioning to another sex.
http://ib.adnxs.com/getuid?http%3a%2f%2fdis.criteo.com%2frex%2fmatch.aspx%3fc%3d11%26uid%3d%24UIDIfthis confuses you, it’s because the terms “gender” and “sex” have themselvesbeen undergoing transition, as Grammarist explains
Gender was traditionally used mainly in grammar, language, andlinguistics contexts to refer to the sex assigned to nouns (especially innon-English languages). For example, the gender of the French noun maison(house) is feminine, while the gender of livre (book) ismasculine. Words of the same gender tend to have similar endings, and theyaffect the forms of some of the surrounding words. Sex,meanwhile, was traditionally the term for males or females viewed as agroup.
In recent decades, the meaning ofsex has narrowed, and the word is now mainly confined to uses having to do withsexual intercourse and sexual organs. Gender, meanwhile, is increasinglyused to refer to a person’s maleness or femaleness. For instance, we tend tosay that a boy’s gender is male and a girl’s gender is female. Ofcourse, the term is more complicated than that, and gender identity isnot always tied to one’s sex organs. This at least partially explains why gender isnow preferred in this extended use; gender denotes identity,which can be fluid and complicated, whereas what sex organs one has is prettystraightforward.
Sex is still sometimes used in its traditional senses. No oneconsiders it wrong, but it tends to give way to gender for thereasons mentioned above and also because gender is considered moreappropriate in contexts where sex and sexuality are not to be brought up. 
With the greater acceptance ofgender fluidity and availability of surgery to add something or subtractsomething external (genital reconstruction and breast implantations), manyjurisdictions have included transgenders as a protected class in laws againstvarious kinds of discrimination .A whole army of helpers for pay have notsurprisingly also arrived on the scene. The Washington Post stylesection notes that in addition to lawyers and surgeons who work withtransgenders there are voice coaches, therapists, and feminine-imageconsultants, voice and hair-removal specialists.
The Motherless Child (RadicalFeminists versus Transmen)
Female transgenders who haveundergone such surgery are called transmen. Male transgenders who have arecalled transwomen. (Figures are sketchy but there are about 3 times moretranswomen than transmen.)
In either case they have only thenew outward appearance of the opposite sex, none of the internal workings of the opposite sex. Transmen, that is women who have adopted a male identityand undergone hormone and surgical treatments to alter their appearance, stillhave the internal equipment they were born with and on rare occasions --perhaps 41 -- with another switch in hormone treatments have been able to give birth, Transwomen never can. 
All of this makes the statement ofthe Nation’s Michelle Goldberg quoting young radical feminists utterlyludicrous. On “All In With Chris Hayes” this week, she said:
...that many young feminists"no longer want to use the word 'woman' in relation to abortion because itexcludes trans men." There's a lot of "conceptual murk to clearaway," she added with admirable understatement, "but among youngerpeople that I've talked to, it almost seems amazing to them that anybody wouldquestion the need to have gender-neutral language."
Her colleague at the magazine KathaPollitt argues strongly against the young feminists:
The primary sources of abortion datain the US -- the CDC and the Guttmacher Institute -- don’t collectinformation on the gender identity of those who seek abortion, butconversations with abortion providers and others suggest the number oftransgender men who want to end a pregnancy is very low. I don’t see how itdenies “the existence and humanity of trans people” to use language thatdescribes the vast majority of those who seek to end a pregnancy. Why can’treferences to people who don’t identify as women simply be added to references towomen? After all, every year over 2,000 men get breast cancer and over 400 die,and no one is calling for “women” to be cut out of breast-cancer language sothat men will feel more comfortable seeking treatment. If there was such acall, though, I wonder what would happen. Women have such a long history ofminimizing themselves in order not to hurt feelings or seem self-promoting orattention-demanding. We are raised to put ourselves second, and too often,still, we do.
http://ib.adnxs.com/getuid?http%3a%2f%2fdis.criteo.com%2frex%2fmatch.aspx%3fc%3d11%26uid%3d%24UIDMaybelike the People’s Front of Judea dolts in Monty Python’s The Life of Brian theyoung feminists should all just agree that while men actually can’t havebabies no matter their outward appearance, as a symbolic move “againstoppression”, these men have the right to have babies or abort the onesthey can’t actually have.

B. Elsewhere in Media andAdministration Silliness
Meanwhile, the media is ignoringissues of far greater consequence and otherwise beclowning themselves.
1) Relishing Being a BeheadingTarget
CNN’s Erin Burnett interviewedPamela Geller after it was learned that she was the initial target of the manwho tried to behead a Boston cop. 

Referring to the Draw Mohammedcontest Geller sponsored (of course Burnett used the honorific “The ProphetMohammed” though she certainly would never refer to the Prophet Moses or the“Savior Christ”) she asked: “Do you on some level relish being the targetof these attacks?”
Geller responded to this absurdquestion, “Relish being the target? Who self-promotes to get killed?” She saidshe has recruited an “an army of security” for protection and criticized themedia for siding with “those that would target me.”
2) Paying Illegal Immigrants TaxRefunds for Taxes They Didn’t Pay
Instapundit bringsto our attention something the media is too busy with transgenderabortions and aides to note:
EXECUTIVE AMNESTY WITH BENEFITS: TheIRS has confirmed to Congress that individuals granted amnesty by PresidentObama’s unilateral lawmaking ”executive action” will indeed qualify for arefund of back taxes, even if they never filed a tax return:
IRS lawyers have ruled thatonce illegal immigrants get numbers, they can go back and re-file for up tothree previous years’ taxes and claim refunds even for time they were workingillegally.
The lawyers said since the EITC is arefundable credit, that’s allowed even when the illegal immigrants worked offthe books and never paid taxes in the first place.
Terrific -- so the President cantake executive action that not only transforms individuals whom our lawclassifies as “deportable” into “not deportable,” he can simultaneously conferupon them multiple benefits, including work permits and now, tax refunds, whichwill be funded by law-abiding individuals who are present in the countrylegally.
The conferral of benefits -- noweven more significant than previously believed -- is a key indicator thatPresident Obama’s executive actions on illegal immigration are not, in fact,mere “prosecutorial discretion,” as he asserts.  Prosecutorial discretionallows the executive branch to prioritize enforcement given the reality oflimited resources; it does not grant the executive branch authority to gofurther and grant benefits to lawbreakers.
3) TSA Continues to Foul Up
Last week even though I passed asecurity clearance for a global entry pass I was prohibited by TSA frombringing a circular thread cutter onboard or a stick blender,neither of which I can figure out how to weaponize. On the other hand, theTransportation Security Administration failed to stopundercover agents in 67 out of 70 recent probes of TSA screening. These agentscarried fake weapons through checkpoints at major airports across the country andwere not stopped.
4) Harvard Law Professor and the Atlantic Illustrate Foggy Thinking
James Taranto brings to our attention the befuddled thinking of Cambridge’s finest:
Try not to laugh, but LawrenceLessig thinks inevitable Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wouldbe a great “champion” for abolishing political corruption by way of“campaign-finance reform.” Writing for the Atlantic, the Harvard law profargues in the spirit of the old Vulcan proverb: “Only Nixon can go to China.”
5) Time Magazine’s Miss Piggy Editorial
Perhaps inspired by the verywell-paid Chelsea Clinton, known for her hard hitting interview with the Geicogecko, Time ran an op-edby the Muppets’ Miss Piggy entitled “Why I am a Feminist Pig”. Maybe nextweek they’ll interview her on whether trans men should be included in the abortiondebate.
6. The New York Times and the Rubios’ Traffic Tickets
Undoubtedly as important to them asthe never-ending Clinton Foundation payoff scandals and record destruction orthe administration stonewalling on the IRS targeting of administration criticsand political opponents, the paper assigned three people -- Alan Rappeport,Steve Eder, and Kitty Bennett -- to report on Marco Rubio and his wife’straffic infractions since 1993. (He had all of 4, his wife had more.) Worsethan giving space to such nonsense it turns out that they got the story fromClinton opposition researchers and then, when caught outmegaphoning them, pretended they’d dug this up themselves. 
"In order to make this hit onRubio work, [the] reporters
[snip]
had to combine Marco Rubio’s drivingrecord with someone who is not Marco Rubio. Namely, his wife.
This would be like claiming thatHillary Clinton and her husband had sexually assaulted numerous women. I mean,it’s true in one sense, but it’s a totally weird thing to group together."
7) Elsewhere in the real world
In case you find what the mediacovers distracting and idiotic, here are some of the many matters that reallyshould be of concern.
1. The Iranians are spreading their tentacles into Saudi Arabia, which is now in the middle of asectarian war.
2. ISIS is expanding its reach and we have no plan to stop the contagion.
We should begin with a totaleconomic blockade on ISIS-controlled areas, notifying all governments that theUnited States will cut off economic intercourse with any country from whosejurisdiction persons or goods reach ISIS, or within which any ISIS-relatedfinancial transactions occur. Air patrols over the desert access routes canfinish starving the cutthroats as a U.S. expeditionary force moves in aroundthem. Never again must Americans be sacrificed in house-to-house fighting.Artillery and bombs from B-52s should do the bulk of the killing. Theexpeditionary force would finish off survivors. No prisoners. The GenevaConvention does not apply to pirates or cutthroats.
U.S. forces should come home quickerthan they left, having minded our business by showing what happens to those whoharm America.
3. Iran Continues to Ignore itsObligations and the Administration Doesn’t Care
In one of his many emails for The Israel Project Omri Ceren notes that Iran isincreasing its enriched uranium stocks and the administration is laughing thisoff: 
On a policy level, the ISIS analysisemphasizes that Iran's refusal to meet its obligations "show the riskposed by relying on technical solutions that have not yet been demonstrated byIran." Tehran is under sanctions and in the middle of negotiations -- andstill can't be relied upon. The risks of Iranian intransigence post-sanctionsrelief are straightforward.
Politically, observers may worryabout the seriousness with which the Obama administration will take Iranianviolations of the future nuclear deal, given that they're literally laughingoff concerns of current Iranian cheating that one of the world's best expertssays are “legitimate questions” .
4. The Feds Still Have Insecure DataStorage And Critical Information Continues to Be Stolen
Chinese hackers seem to have hacked into Interior Department Office of Personnel managementrecords and stolen three decades of security clearance information (includingthat of intelligence agents), this is the second known hack of federal recordsin recent years and though it occurred in December this major security breachwas not discovered until April