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Fellow Survivalists,

I thought you might enjoy my latest blog entry documenting an absurd injustice that resulted from someone using GPS as a crutch. I also have some basic information on direction-finding without a GPS.

For Both Better and Worse, GPS Is Not Omniscient!
http://unboundendeavors.blogspot.com/2009/06/for-both-better-and-worse-gps-is-not.html

Feel free to check the other entries on my blog as well. I have entries on surviving common Spring and Summer disasters, BOB contents, a series of articles on money-saving and money-making called "Meta-Business," a wide selection of great songs on my Playlist widgets, excellent videos on freedom, and much more to come!

Unbound Endeavors!: "Thoughts, Schemes, and Deeds, Plus Ways and Means, for Life, Liberty, Property, and the Pursuit of Happiness!"
http://unboundendeavors.blogspot.com
 

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A GPS is nothing more then a self locating map if you have a new one. If you have a old one its like having accurate compass readings. It's the person behind it all that makes the tools useful. I don't totally agree with your line of thought, but I get the point and partially agree.
 

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I have only used marksinnerdemons GPS once or twice, I have no clue really how to use it to its full ability. Until I do I prefer my compass and map, never needs batterys.
 

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I mainly use mine to track my fuel efficiency and my routes in the boat, plane and snowmachine. Anyone who depends on it is a fool.
 
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