Stumbled upon your blog and love it. I agree for the need to be prepared, but, agree with your outlook that to prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse is probably none to realistic.
I congratulate you on your reply to the gentleman who appeared to state that ones race determined their criminality. As a white guy who has adopted a Filipino girl and an African American girl I can tell you race does not determine anything. Environment, culture, and education determine far more. My girls are being raised in church, a church where whites, Latinos, Blacks, Asians, and others all go to worship together. Racists are stupid.
I have attached a picture to show you how beautiful they are, not for publishing please.
Secondly, it seems some folks have asked you about antibiotic sources in the USA. One can find many antibiotics on Amazon.com, you have to search for fish antibiotics. These are made to USP pharmaceutical specifications. I have checked and they are of the same quality as that made for humans. I am a Registered Nurse who works in the Pharmaceutical industry, also a former US Navy Corpsman. I do not know about the legalities of you sharing this with folks in the US. If a blogger posted this in the US one would state that using these for human consumption and without a MD prescription should only be done in case of an emergency where help is otherwise not available.
Please do not share my name.
Hi D, thanks for your email. I've always wondered about those. Seems that the manufacturers themsleves have to some degree the same thing in mind since they put the specs in the label as they do with the ones for humans.(500mg pills)
Panikillers you can live with, but not having antibiotics when you need then will get you killed. Its pretty simple. When you need them, nothing else will do.
Amazon sells these... interesting. Read the people's review.
Fish Mox Forte 500 mg x 100 ct
Given that these are hard to come by in pharmacies, I'd get one or two and rotate each year.
For the fish, that is... Seriously. Its' the one thing you'll desperately need when you, I mean your fish, have an infection.