After the great economic minds of Cappy Cappites converged and discussed the retirement debate, I believe Ras Al Ghul had the "most appropriate" answer - make your own moonshine.
This is not to belittle or lessen the other answers/options because (as another reader pointed out) it WILL depend on the environment, you yourself and your personal preferences, and what precisely happens in the economy (complete rapid collapse or just a slow degradation).
However, I believe no matter where you go and where you are the ABILITY and SKILL to make booze will serve you well AND make sure the roving bands keep you alive instead of randomly kill you:
Please make a win-win-win decision.
Buy yourself the book so you can make booze and retire in comfort - WIN!
Buy yourself the book so I can make a commission - WIN!
Buy yourself the book so the author who had the wisdom to write this tome gets a royal check - WIN!
Great idea, with a very wide potential customer base.
On the other hand, I think gunsmithing might be a more important and lucrative career if certain interests get re-elected. The downside is that it does take significantly more hard to mobilize machinery to get the job done...
What book are you talking about?
Or you can do like many in CA. and CO. and join the 'Green Rush' It supports a huge grey market economy in both states.
Just so long as it doesn't become too popular, excise taxes on booze are hardly unprecedented. Nothing is truly "safe" from government hands.
Hint: if you think things are going to hell, buy the paper version not the kindle version. =)
I'm hoping to afford one next year.
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