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DiggingDogFarm

DiggingDogFarm

Panic buying is easy to understand, most folks see no need for long-term preparedness.

Heck, when there's the threat of a snowstorm here there's rush over-buying of milk, bread, eggs, toilet paper, bottled/jugged water, beer, junk food, etc.

 

I remember the gasoline lines and the serious blizzards of the 70s (we were sometimes snowed-in for a couple weeks.)

My Grandparents and the like harped about the shortages and struggles of The Great Depression.

 

No panic buying here (meaning my house), I try to stay prepared.

 

 

 

DiggingDogFarm

DiggingDogFarm

Panic buying is easy to understand, most folks see no need for long-term preparedness.

Heck, when there's the threat of a snowstorm here there's rush over-buying of milk, bread, eggs, toilet paper, bottled/jugged water, beer, junk food, etc.

 

I remember the gasoline lines and the serious blizzards of the 70s (we were sometimes snowed-in for a couple weeks.)

My Grandparents and the like harped about the shortages and struggles of The Great Depression.

 

No panic buying here, I try to stay prepared.

 

 

 

DiggingDogFarm

DiggingDogFarm

Panic buying is easy to understand, people see no need for long-term preparedness.

Heck, when there's the threat of a snowstorm here there's rush over-buying of milk, bread, eggs, toilet paper, bottled/jugged water, beer, junk food, etc.

 

I remember the gasoline lines and the serious blizzards of the 70s (we were sometimes snowed-in for a couple weeks.)

My Grandparents and the like harped about the shortages and struggles of The Great Depression.

 

No panic buying here, I try to stay prepared.

 

 

 

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