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Now you can buy my book: "Dealing With Danger -- Be Prepared, Aware and Decisive"

My Book, Dealing With Danger is now available at Lulu.com. Also available at Amazon.com price $15.95

Available from Barnes & Noble as an e-reader Nook book price $ 8.99

Available for download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks and on your computer with iTunes as an eReader book price $8.99
'dealing with danger: be prepared, aware and decisive' is Available on the iBookstore
It's an instructional book to show people how to develop a straightforward, but comprehensive mindset or mental attitude to be aware of their surroundings, make simple but effective plans, and know when to put them into action. You can read a preview of the book online. A lot of people say that we need to develop a warrior attitude, but that just doesn't work for everyone. In my book I'll show you, regardless of age, gender, background, physical ability, and especially attitude how to be better prepared to survive the bad events in life by becoming a junkyard dog. Just click here.

Retail price is $15.95 plus shipping & handling


Monday, February 20, 2012

Junkyard Dog likes Big Cats

The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado, USA is home to many exotic animals that
have been rescued from neglect and cruelty in private collections, roadside attractions, and traveling shows. Most of the people who work at the sanctuary are volunteers, and they have done an incredible job of building a home for bears, tigers, african lions and other wild cats--even a camel. Their latest project is to build an elevated platform one mile long, that visitors can walk along to get a better view of the animals without disturbing them. Please take a look at their website and pass it on to your friends:


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

UK Man Attacks a Bar with a Chainsaw, Customers React

What would you do if you were sitting in a bar or restaurant and a man walked in with a chainsaw that was running, and began to attack the customers and the furniture? This is what happened
in the UK recently. Here is the link to watch the surveillance video.

Some of the customers fought back by throwing furniture and other objects at him, and some customers got away before they were injured. If you watch the video, notice one woman who stands outside, casually watching the situation.

It's a good thing to be a witness who can later describe to police what took place, but keep in mind that our first priority is to not put ourselves in harm's way without a very good reason. Some customers made the decision to fight back, others decided to get away. These are both valid choices, but just being a casual onlooker and risking being attacked for no good reason is not a smart course of action.