Hugh Simpson aka MR Valentine has spent the past 19 years teaching clients worldwide Situational Awareness, Preparedness and Survival. Previously he was a network news investigative reporter reporting on Civil Rights in the late 60s, the 60s drug scene, and consumerism. After leaving news, he returned to Florida State University to finish a degree in Sociology and then went on to get a Masters in Advertising & Public Relations at the University of Illinois, and opening a consulting firm in Public Relations with his first client being the Original Marlboro Man. Later clients included several World Guinness record holders, an award-winning kitchen designer, a Nobel Prize-nominated author, and an ultra marathon runner.
He also became a International Sports Science Association certified personal fitness trainer at 50 and hosted an award-winning TV show on holistic health and fitness for three years. His first book "A Family Survival Manual for Y2K & Beyond" led to being featured on CNN, Fox News and others. He has tested products for numerous Preparedness and Survival companies including: Lodge, CleanWaste, Moeller Technology, Zaps Gear, Smith Products, Sawyer, Survivor Industries, etc. His latest venture is consulting, designing and creating his XP Eco Dome Eco Villages & Resorts. Currently, he resides in western North Carolina mountains but he is now planning to relocate to Uruguay.
Matt Richtel discussed tech dependency and his novel satirizing Silicon Valley. Followed by Hugh Simpson on making preparations for a coming mini Ice Age. More »
Hugh Simpson discussed self-preparedness strategies. Followed by Elson M. Haas, MD with tips to achieve health. More »
Hugh Simpson addressed our vulnerability to a breakdown of infrastructure. Followed by Ivo Dominguez, Jr. on pagan traditions and rituals. More »
Former CBS TV and Newsweek reporter, Hugh Simpson, discussed the need for preparedness in both economic and natural disasters. Getting prepared can be a fun project rather than doom and gloom, he stressed. First hour guest, writer Stephen Sindoni talked about the legend... More »