You know the drill, you watch enough post-apocalyptic movies and suddenly you are seeing signs of the apocalypse everywhere. Next thing you know, you are planning alternate escape routes, building bomb shelters and hoarding like a mother effer. At least, that's how it works with them. Another side effect of my rampant consumption of post-apocalyptic movies is that I end up buying all sorts of crazy survivalist books. So far I've bought books on how to forage wild mushrooms, how to butcher any animal, how to tan animal hides, etc. The downside of this is that I now have far too many books to pack quickly when I need to escape the pending robot zombie invasion. What I really need is just one book to help me live through the coming years of burning chaos. Well, thankfully Amazon recently recommended "How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It: Tactics, Techniques, and Technologies for Uncertain Times" to me.
Their supercomputer was probably monitoring all my purchases and finally said, "Sheesh, I'm going to save this nutjob some time". Anyway, I ordered the book today, I'll letcha know how it reads. It has pretty decent ratings though, so I'm expecting good things.