Title: Year Two
Time: Fri 02:30 pm Location: Atlanta GH - Westin (Length: 1)
Description: You've survived the first year of the "apocalypse". Now what? Our experts discuss the practicalities, and reality, of long-term survival.

Title: Beans, Bullets, Band Aids: Bring On The Apocalypse
Time: Fri 05:30 pm Location: Atlanta GH - Westin (Length: 1)
Description: Gear-up and get ready for the coming apocalypse. We show how you too can survive, and thrive, through the chaos!

Title: Writer's Roundtable
Time: Sat 01:00 pm Location: Atlanta CDEF - Westin (Length: 1)
Description: What do you get when you combine authors and improv? Come find out as we take audience ideas and work to create apocalyptic-themed stories... live!

Title: Libertarians in Space
Time: Sat 04:00 pm Location: Fairlie - Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: From "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" to "Freehold" the concept of how the libertarian philosophy may work in the future has been popular in the genre.

Title: Global Insurgency
Time: Sun 01:00 pm Location: Atlanta GH - Westin (Length: 1)
Description: Discussion on the effects of terror strikes, including medical, sociological, and financial effects on the public, military and the infrastructure.

Title: Inside The Mall: Urban Survivalism
Time: Sun 05:30 pm Location: Atlanta GH - Westin (Length: 1)
Description: Will that shopping habit pay off if it has you in a mall when the zombies come? We discuss survival in this and other urban environments.

I will be signing books at The Missing Volume in the Exhibit Hall, Saturday at 2.  So will Larry Correia.  The Baen slide show is at 2:30 pm.  I will be filling in on a science panel on Monday at 1.  I may be helping out on a panel with Larry Friday night.

I will have some of my books with me, if you can't find them at The Missing Volume, and I'll have some of my sick T shirts with me http://www.sharppointythings.com/tshirts.php if you are looking for those.

See you there.


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Date: Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 12:33 AM
Subject: MY ORDER
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hello am haris moore by name and and My son  Birthday is coming up on the 20th of june so I will  like  to place an order  for,100 chicken and salad  so can i get the total price and i am making the full payment of the order now with my credit card now and it will be picked up by a private carrier agent on that date by 5 pm and i will like  you to calculate the total cost now plus the tax

I  am hearing impaired a deaf and the best way for me to contact u is by my e mail address and via text msg and i will like u to give me ur cell phone number now so that i am going to  send u a text on ur cell phone now and make sure uu be with it now okay
thanks
haris moore

http://press.discovery.com/uk/dsc/programs/sci-fi-season/ UK fans can catch my props, weapons and military/preparedness advice(what they took), my location scouting, and my daughter's lead acting (and my son as an extra), in this show, May 20th.  US release to follow soon.

Morrigan is the girl in the red shirt in the promo shots.  http://www.MorriganSanders.com

Film location was Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, where my wife was a plankowner.  One of the neat things about the place is that you can destroy almost anything on site as long as you pay to repair it.

I provided uniforms, helmets, armor, gear, 100 weapons from old double barrel shotguns and a sporterized MAS 36, all the way to AKs and M4s (though they didn't use even close to all of them).  I was on set as armorer and military adviser, and my daughter is the girl with the alien artifact.  Eric is in several scenes as a casualty/victim/fleeing child, etc.

Mike

http://www.boingboing.net/2011/02/25/harpercollins-to-lib.html#comment-1037405

Let me ask you one question: If someone invented a machine that could magically duplicate any item at will, and transport that item instantaneously anywhere in the world, all at a cost of next to nothing, would you embrace it, use it, and start looking for all the ways in which it would benefit humanity? Or would you ignore the opportunities it represents, and clamor for legislation and regulation of the machine in the name of 'protecting jobs' and 'saving livelihoods'?

Free AKs delivered to any revolutionary group of my choice?  Bring it on.