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Survivalist reading

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Survivalist reading

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I can't stress enough how cool the Foxfire series of books is for any survivalists out there.There's also a Niven/Pournelle collaboration (normally sci fi writers) called "Lucifers Hammer" which is a very good read on an Armageddon type scenario and what would/could happen.And don't, of course, don' forget your Boy Scout's handbook. In Vino VeritasEdited by: RickU  at: 8/16/04 6:32 am
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I have Lucifers Hammer...never read it yet.I like Niven's Ringworld series.And his take on Inferno was entertaining.Mr. P. The one thing of which I am positive is that there is much of which to be negative - Mr. P.I came to get down, I came to get down. So get out ya seat and jump around - House of Pain
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I thought Inferno was a beautiful thing. I picked up a copy at my local used book store after never getting back an older copy that I'd loaned out.Another interesting book along the Inferno lines (Religious parody) is JOB: A Comedy of Justice by Heinlein. In Vino Veritas
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