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October 4th, things to do, noon to two

Whether the Emergency Broadcast System contains an assault on humans or not, the possibility is worth respecting, and removing yourself and those you care about from harms way is just too easy. The thing to do is be away from any devices that can receive those signals. That is both your devices and others.

That pretty well eliminates public spaces, modern transportation and populated areas… leaving a great big world of possibilities for darn-near any of us who aren’t strapped to jobs in those spaces. Those folks may need more creative or bold solutions.

For me it is easy. In my yard, shop or neighborhood I am almost completely guaranteed to be away from the potential offending devices. I can leave power to the 2-way shop radio turned off, and that’s IT. My companion stereo runs an MP3 player. The radio portion is never on; has no antenna.

My dog walking route involves no public spaces, and we almost never meet anyone else on those walks. If you have a walk in the wilderness that has little traffic, that will probably do just fine.

Most likely I will be puttering about in the yard – well out of technological reach.

For all reading this blog, being out of broadcast reach noon-to-two is today’s big event.

It occurs to me that might be an excellent time for some target shooting…
I’m a bit overdue anyways.

I hereby designate Wednesday, October 4, 2023 as
“Zombie Apocalypse Target Shooting Day”.

Do your fair share.


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