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November is the month of the year that new phone books are released in most of the country. Take this opportunity to lawfully collect un-used or lightly used copies of obsolete phone books that would otherwise be recycled or hauled to a landfill. A stack about 6 feet tall would make a good paper reserve for a typical family. The paper in phone books has many uses including kindling or ersatz toilet paper.

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32 dead. They have serious cattle rustlers in Africa, and they are obviously willing to kill, to protect their food source.: Kenyan Police Massacre: Residents 'Flee Homes'. (Thanks to F.G. for the link.)

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Possible cause for concern: New sinkhole image shows ‘original edge’ of Napoleonville salt dome may be gone — Section thousands of feet tall. In case you are wondering, it is in Louisiana. Here is a map.)

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Joel Skousen interviewed by Alex Jones about relocation. (Two hour long video!) Thanks to Jim W. for the link.

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Several readers sent this: Growing concerns over 'in the air' transmission of Ebola

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