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That's the thing about confusing shopping with resiliency. Resiliency is what you have left when all the stuff you bought on your prepping list blows away.
jeremyn wrote:This is Jeremy, the person you are referring to in that episode. And I think I'm a little bit offended by your comments. I actually consider myself fairly well informed on peak oil, so though I'm certainly not "the best guy" in the world on the subject, I actually spoke quite eloquently and in a lot of detail about peak oil. Of course they cut most of it out for time, and so they could show our truck driving around a lot (which admittedly makes for good TV).
I too was bothered by the analysis, of course peak oil is much sooner than decades away, but that seems to be the trend on the show. Show people preparing for something, and then play down the likelihood of that thing happening.
That being said, overall I'm pleased with how they presented my family. And the whole reason we chose to go on the show and sacrifice some of our "opsec" was because we felt it was a great opportunity to get the word about peak oil to a national/international audience.
jeremyn wrote:This is Jeremy, the person you are referring to in that episode. And I think I'm a little bit offended by your comments.
gollum wrote:I somewhat like the series and a lot of the people come off fairly well, however I found the peoople who ate bugs in one episode and the guy drinking piss put through a home made water filter to be over the top.
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