Secure Your Food Independence Today With A One Year Survival Food Supply from Infowars Life Select

Screenshot (1257)“Infowars Life Select has partnered with the Patriot Pantry line of survival food to set the industry standard for delicious and nutritious emergency storable foods.

The 1-Year Survival Food Supply provides one adult with 1,800 servings of healthy, delicious storable food, drinks and snacks for 365 days.   Packaged in convenient and lightweight 4-Serving mylar pouches, Patriot Pantry low-heat dehydrated food seals in the flavor and high-nutritional value.   Simple and easy to prepare: just boil water, pour in the food, simmer for 10 to 15 minutes and serve up a great meal.

The 1 Year Food Supply contains*:

  • Strawberry Fields Cream of Wheat — 128 Servings
  • Maple Grove Oatmeal — 224 Servings
  • Uncle Frank’s Italian Lasagna — 32 Servings
  • Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup — 96 Servings
  • Traveler’s Stew — 96 Servings
  • Summer’s Best Corn Chowder — 32 Servings
  • Blue Ribbon Creamy Chicken Rice — 96 Servings
  • Liberty Bell Potato Cheddar Soup — 80 Servings
  • Traditional Fettuccine Alfredo — 80 Servings
  • Independence Hall Chicken Noodle Soup — 32 Servings
  • Cheesy Broccoli & Rice Soup — 64 Servings
  • Country Cottage Mac & Cheese — 64 Servings
  • Heartland’s Best Mashed Potatoes — 128 Servings
  • Creamy Stroganoff — 64 Servings
  • Instant White Rice — 80 Servings
  • Chocolate Pudding — 120 Servings
  • Honey Coated Banana Chips — 64 Servings
  • Orange Energy Drink Mix — 128 Servings
  • Settler’s Whey Powdered Milk — 192 Servings

This is going to change the way you look at long term survival food supplies. These non GMO meals have a 25 year shelf life, are easy to prepare, and have no added MSG. Just part of the Patriot Pantry difference. Every time you eat one of these meals you can rest-assured you are eating healthy, delicious food and saving a lot of money. Your meals are as delicious and nutritious tonight as they will be in 25 years.”


Cost Plus World Market Announces Partnership With Sony Pictures  Entertainment’s Highly Anticipated Film “Eat Pray Love”

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“Exclusive Line of Licensed Products Developed to Evoke the Essence of the Film. Cost Plus World Market is pleased to announce its partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment and the highly anticipated film, Eat Pray Love, which will be released in theaters nationwide on August 13, 2010. World Market has licensed a line of Eat Pray Love products organic to the film’s themes, including leather journals, prayer beads, clothing and accessories, and wines from Italy, that evoke the essence of the forthcoming motion picture. Liz Gilbert is a modern woman on a quest to marvel at and travel the world while rediscovering and reconnecting with her true inner-self in Eat Pray Love…

…Beginning July 17, World Market locations will have an in-store shop, which will feature Eat Pray Love-licensed products as well as items from the retailer’s collection, including jewelry from India, gourmet food baskets, incense, mats, lanterns, an Indonesian bench, and an Italian bistro table set.”

 Business Wire, Oakland, California,  July 06, 2010.

WANTED: Donald D. Maclean, Guy Francis de Moncy Burgess

Donald M Guy Burgess

Donald D. Maclean
Date of birth: 25 May 1913
Home: Beaconshaw Tatsfield, Kent. England
PP. Nr. Br. C 36575, Issued in Rome, 20 July 1949
6’3, normal built, short hair, brushed back, part on left side, slight stoop, thin tight lips, long thin legs, sloppy dressed, chain smoker, heavy drinker.

Guy Francis de Moncy Burgess
Date of birth: 6 April, 1911
Home: Unknown
PP. Nr. 1674592, Issued in London, 20 July 1950
5’9, slender built, dark complexions, dark curly hair, tinged with gray, chubby face, clean shaven, slightly Pidgeon toed.

Call in case apprehended:
Vohenstrauss 112
Munich Civ. 481688
Munich Military 7401
Herford 2297
Herford 2172

Maybe using forged pass-ports

A Report by T. E. Lawrence’s Tutor David Hogarth

Lawrence“The things he wants not to be are quite numerous; but the things he could be, if he wanted, are more numerous still. He is not fond of being anything, and official categories do not fit him. He can do most things and does some; but to expect him to do a particular thing is rash. Besides being anti-official, he dislikes fighting and Arab clothes, Arab ways, and social functions, civilized or uncivilized. He takes a good deal of trouble about all things but quite a great deal about repelling people whom he attracts, including all sorts and conditions of men and some sorts and conditions of women; but he is beginning to be discouraged by consistent failure, which now and then he does not regret. He has as much interest as faith in himself; but those who share the last are not asked to share the first. He makes fun of others or kings of them, but if anyone tries to make either of him, he runs away. Pushing (not himself) he finds more trouble the unsuspecting body: but if it does not get on as fast as he thinks it should, he pushes it into the gutter and steps to the front. What he thinks is his Law. To think as fast or as far as he thinks is not easy, and still less easy it is to follow up with such swift action. He can be as persuasive as positive; and the tale of those he has hocussed into doing something they never meant to do and are not aware they are doing, is long. It is better to be his partner than his opponent, for when he is not bluffing, he has a way of holding the aces: and he can be ruthless, caring little what eggs he breaks to make his omelettes and ignoring responsibility either for the shells or for the digestion of the mess. Altogether a force felt by many but not yet fully gauged either by others or by himself. He should go far; but it may be driving lonely furrows where at present few expect him to plough.”

From William Rothenstein, Twenty-four Portraits, Allen and Unwin, London, 1920.