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I am not really new to Permies, I read a lot and look at pretty pictures. But I have found myself in need of some really basic information because I backed the "Building a Better World in Your Back Yard" book. I would like to know how long I have access to my goodies. It was wonderful that I could download the Sepp podcasts, then listen to a few of them a day without going on line. But that isn't so with the other goodies, or the playing cards.
I got mostly physical books because most of the people I would share them with are not interested in using computers, and the physical book is perfect. Maybe the book will inspire a few of them to venture onto the computer but I'm not holding my breath.
I want to say here too, that I am excited to be receiving the books, and the October arrival time is perfect for some winter down time.
Thank you Paul for your creative and witty contribution to permaculture and gardening and all things much less harmful and natural. I'd really rather work on solutions than be mad at Bad Guy's.
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As far as I understand, everything in My Stuff gives you nigh-unlimited access. I mean, if the zombie apocalypse comes and the site is eaten by zombies, then obviously the My Stuff will no longer be accessible. But, as long as we're running--which should be for years and years and years!--you should have access to everything in your My Stuff.
 
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Thank you, Nicole Alderman, I kinda thought so but I'd be really sad if I was wrong. I have this "Sometimers" thing going on, where, sometimes I'm here, and sometimes I'm not. I really do have a cluttered mind, but I'm working on that. I finally settled on a plan to go forward, rather than in a scribble pattern of bouncing from one thing to another. My focus is now 80% forward, and 20% gawking at everything else. So my path is still swervy but at least it's forward. Health, and Income are my focus, in that order.
 
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