Episode-2459- Dillon Allen and when TSHTF for an Old Man & The Sea
Summary: Dillon grew up in Mississippi before going to DC to serve in the Navy. In DC he designed and built nuclear reactors, which he has talked about on the show before, back on episode 2253. He grew up sailing and recently made a passage from Houston to New Orleans, which is what he’s here to talk about today. He’s been listening to the show since 2010 somewhere in the neighborhood of episode 500 and has been engaging as a member of the community as Angusbangus via the blog, TSP and Facebook forums, Permaethos, 5min with Jack, Walking to Freedom, & MT Knives. He designed his own avatar that marries Calico Jack’s Jolly Roger and the rattlesnake from the Navy Jack. Some say “Don’t Tread on Me”. Dillon prefers to live by the motto “Tread if you Dare”. Maybe he shouldn’t have said that to Mother Nature. Dillon also happens to work for a company that provides grants for environmental projects, so we finish up with a segment on how to get grants and how to approach decision makers about them. So today is really a two fer. Resources for today’s show… Follow Life With Jack on Instagram TSP Facebook Group Join the Members Brigade Join Our Forum Walking To Freedom TspAz.com The Granddaddy’s Gun Club Biltong for Breakfast Find Your TSP Facebook Group for Your State These are the Days of Our Lives on SongFacts These are the Days of Our Lives – Freddy Mercury and Queen Sponsors of the Day Western Botanicals Bulk Ammo Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air. Join the MSB Today Want Every Episode of TSP Ever Produced? Remember in addition to discounts to over 40 vendors who supply stuff you are likely buying anyway, tons of free ebooks and video content, MSB Members also get every edition of The Survival Podcast ever produced in convenient zip files in blocks of 24. More info on the MSB can be found here.