In a conflict environment, the guerrilla may still have to continue living and operating within society and conduct himself as a regular civilian at times. This is simply part of being a guerrilla, it's part of what differentiates a guerrilla from your basic battlefield combatant. It's the ability to not just "blend in", but to be a part of that society and environment.
With that said, the guerilla always needs to be thinking ahead, even when, especially when, he is functioning "normally" in his day-to-day civilian living routine. Part of that is always being keen to picking up intelligence and information useful to the guerrilla's cause. People you meet will sometimes have that information, and you'll need to know how to spot those people and further, how to assess whether or not they are useful as a source.
If you hate running and want the benefits of cardio for conditioning and fat loss, try rucking. You can buy 2.5, 5, 10, and 25 lb plates for very little on Craigslist or at Play-It-Again. You can put a piece of 1×4 in the...
Since my last article, I’ve been trying to decide on CAD tools. I originally suggested EAGLE but it has been purchased by AutoDesk and they require a yearly subscription for 4-layer PCBs. I intend to create only 4-layer PCBs to make layout easier per the suggestion in Michael Ossman’s video. I also believe electrical engineering needs to move towards open-source tools like the software community. Consequently, I started learning KiCAD, which neckbeards argue over how to pronounce. It’s a free hotkey-based CAD tool with significant recent contributions from CERN that runs on Linux, MAC and Windows.
A quick Google search defines a nation as “a large body of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory.” Oxford defines a nation as “a country considered as a group of people with the same language, culture and history, who live in a particular area under one government.” Looking at these definitions, the relevant ones at least, you see a common theme related to culture, language and history. These aspects also lend themselves heavily to common descent (race and ethnicity), religious philosophy, a general socially accepted moral code, values, ethics and traditions. After all of that, we can focus lastly on matters of actual borders and whether our government systems serve us all equally, or rather, whether our government rules over us all in roughly the same manner and to roughly the same benefit or detriment.
Over the forty years or so I've had a serious interest in firearms, I've always wondered what were "The Best" firearms one would select for survival, whether self defense or supplying nutrients via wild game.