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Will there be a shortage of meth?

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Originally Posted by acy
Food rationing could get interesting. Seems like I read somewhere that the average city slicker only has a couple days of food on hand. Could cause some more "peaceful" protests.

…and toilet paper.


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All this gloom and doom generated by one little Twitter post.


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If you're hitting the grocery store to prepare for winter weather, please just buy what you need and leave some for others!

You may have noticed empty shelves in some stores due to national supply chain issues, but there is no need to buy more than you normally would.


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As good a place as any for some such Schittshow to unfold. Too good to be true. I’ll wait with baited breath but anticipate disappointment.

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Originally Posted by kaywoodie
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More fear.


.....mongering.......


Might be, but I sure as hell don't see an abundance of anything in America... everything seems to getting thin... and damn expensive.

Rumor had it that fertilize and chemicals are in a real mess... lower yields... won't help with prices or scarcity.

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What movie was that? If those scarecrows show up here, I've got something for 'em.


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I've said for a long time now the way to take care of the problem is to quit feeding the cities, probably 60 to 90 days max.


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Originally Posted by JeffA
All this gloom and doom generated by one little Twitter post.

DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management
We coordinate homeland security and emergency preparedness/response/recovery for the District of Columbia.

If you're hitting the grocery store to prepare for winter weather, please just buy what you need and leave some for others!

You may have noticed empty shelves in some stores due to national supply chain issues, but there is no need to buy more than you normally would.


https://mobile.twitter.com/DC_HSEMA/status/1482418930715185155


Biden does seem like a genius to 28% of America... you should listen to his great wisdom. Keep us posted.


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Originally Posted by 12344mag
I've said for a long time now the way to take care of the problem is to quit feeding the cities, probably 60 to 90 days max.


Just think??? No one uses wall paper past anymore. So any scraped off the walls of tenements will be quite vintage! 😉


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Originally Posted by CashisKing
Originally Posted by JeffA
All this gloom and doom generated by one little Twitter post.

DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management
We coordinate homeland security and emergency preparedness/response/recovery for the District of Columbia.

If you're hitting the grocery store to prepare for winter weather, please just buy what you need and leave some for others!

You may have noticed empty shelves in some stores due to national supply chain issues, but there is no need to buy more than you normally would.


https://mobile.twitter.com/DC_HSEMA/status/1482418930715185155


Biden does seem like a genius to 28% of America... you should listen to his great wisdom. Keep us posted.


Yeah Slavek doesn’t think he or Harris will win re-election.

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Old folks use to say when I was a child you better hold on to your land to raise your own food and meat cause day is coming like we talking about. Grandparents use to take buttermilk,eggs butter, etc.and take it to town and exchange it for sugar, flour, salt, and goods they needed. Grandpa got his first carton of Coca Cola and would ration it to 11 children. He would kill like 10 hogs after Thanksgiving when it got freezing weather and feed his family all year, eggs from the chickens, milk from the cows, vegetables from the garden, hunted game to put food on the table.... and we think we got it better. I was raised on a farm and have seen both sides.....oh how the times have changed.

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We have become more specialized.


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Originally Posted by kaywoodie
Originally Posted by acy
Food rationing could get interesting. Seems like I read somewhere that the average city slicker only has a couple days of food on hand. Could cause some more "peaceful" protests.


Thank God I was raised by a depression era sharecroppers daughter!



Me too.

Well...sorta.

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LOL! Yeah Jim. Hit the grocery store last week and stocked up on depression food and fixings!

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Comes to you in a little red can
No tit to squeeze, no hay to pitch
Just poke a hole in the sunuvabitch!"

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
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Originally Posted by acy
Food rationing could get interesting. Seems like I read somewhere that the average city slicker only has a couple days of food on hand. Could cause some more "peaceful" protests.


Thank God I was raised by a depression era sharecroppers daughter!



Me too.

Well...sorta.



That description fit my dad. We learned early on not to complain about the food on the table. Or ask "what's for dessert." If you asked that question you'd get a big second helping of whatever the vegetable of the day was.



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Egg and chicken thieving might become a thing again, though.


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Originally Posted by kaywoodie
LOL! Yeah Jim. Hit the grocery store last week and stocked up on depression food and fixings!

“Carnation milk is the the best in the land
Comes to you in a little red can
No tit to squeeze, no hay to pitch
Just poke a hole in the sunuvabitch!"

(With thanks to Miles Patton).


I taught myself how to take a pig head and make food out of it.

I also have about 40 pounds of kidney fat saved up that I will make tallow out of.

It goes full circle I guess!

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Originally Posted by smokepole
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Food rationing could get interesting. Seems like I read somewhere that the average city slicker only has a couple days of food on hand. Could cause some more "peaceful" protests.


Thank God I was raised by a depression era sharecroppers daughter!



Me too.

Well...sorta.



That description fit my dad. We learned early on not to complain about the food on the table. Or ask "what's for dessert." If you asked that question you'd get a big second helping of whatever the vegetable of the day was.


I asked momma about wild game. It was basically nonexistent to them. Deer had been kilt out by the preceding generation. She said sometimes they got the occasional squirrel or rabbit. But most everything wild was extinct around them. With the exception of skunks. Said there was lots of skunks! 🤣🤣🤣


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Yes. Game was not as plentiful up here until agriculture got going.

They built sod huts to live in and nice barns for their livestock.

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