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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 16:31:02 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: "The End of the World As We Know It" (fwd)

>Many of you probably remember hearing about the internet novel "Triple 
>Ought."  Well, the author has put it into hardcopy form and updated it.  
>It's now called "The End of the World As We Know It," and it's an 
>absolute must-have for *anyone* who wants to survive what's likely to  
>be coming.
>Jim Rawles wrote the book primarily to get information out to folks 
>so that they'll be able to survive in the event of a major catastrophe, 
>be it economic, jackbooted, natural or whatever.  The book is chock 
>full of how-tos and what-to-haves, on subjects ranging from appropriate 
>weaponry to food to gardening to home birth; and it's still an incredibly 
>exciting read.  It was called "Triple Ought" before because it 
>essentially starts in the year 2000.
>You can get a copy by sending $19.00 + $3.00 for shipping (in cash, 
>wrapped securely so as to not show through the envelope or a postal 
>money order made out to "Clearwater") to:
>Clearwater Press
>c/o PO Box K
>Kooskia, Idaho [83539] 
>I'm not exaggerating when I tell you how good this book is, folks.
>I don't stand to benefit in any way if you buy it; I just want to 
>see people survive.  In other words, this ain't spam; this is 
>Get the book.
>- Monte

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