We are in for four days of rain. Since my wife and I just finished setting up some raised beds for growing vegetables, we had to roar into town today for bags of mulch. We filled the beds with growing soil from the depot, because our soil here on the mountain is primarily just red Georgia clay. If we don't cover it with something, it will all wash away. We found that out the hard way a few years back, which was our last foray into home gardening.
We went to see a movie yesterday. It was "Mother's Day", and it had a good cast, so I figured it would be fun.
It wasn't. If the average American family is as screwed up as the families in this film were, then I am so completely out of touch I had best never venture into an urban environment again. That may well be the case. I won't go into detail. Suffice it to say I always thought of a family as a husband, wife, and children. None of the main groups in this film even vaguely resembled that.
As a sort of baseline reference for the topic raised in the previous post, here are a couple of good articles. I don't think there's a one size fits all answer because it largely depends on what you personally are shooting or reloading, and why.