The fields are quickly being depleted of nutrition. I stopped in for a few minutes and found what I wanted. 5 items total. No biggy. Everything and everyone else should have done this shopping two weeks ago.
I already had my beans and rice and diapers and wipes and tp and water filtration systems. I’m not a hardcore prepper, but it doesn’t take a prophet to see what’s coming.
Next: get your RX filled if possible. Buy your OTC meds. Max your 401K and try and survive. If you get sick if things get crazy, stay home until you are sure you need medical attention. The ER waiting areas will be petri dishes.
Good night, and good luck.
I hope this doesn’t interfere with Part 2 of your ACOG article! I’m still looking forward to that. Keep your party dry. And, for that matter, your toilet paper too!
Lol.”party” of course I meant “keep your powder dry” but hey, keep your party dry too!
Our store shelves are progressively getting more and more empty. Basically I’m just waiting for the COVID-19 To start turning people into zombies. I’m on season 8 if TWD and have watched the Kingdom on Netflix so I’m probably going to survive because I have a list of all the “stupid things people did in zombie movies so I don’t do them”.
Anyway on a more serious note this whole shelter in place is a joke in our AO. I went out for a NEEDED item today and saw the metal shop open, the windshield shop open, the mattress Firm open and lawn trucks loaded with mowers going here and there. I think the 2 week quarantine isn’t going to accomplish a lot. It might but as the numbers keep climbing it’s going to seem like it’s not asn trust me. The numbers, (infections and draths( is going to rise.
Glad to hear you had plenty of TP, I didn’t have to buy any either. Ammo was also whack. SGAMMO’s website was flat out down. When I managed to get it open at 0100 only useful ammo I found some was Magtech M80. Picked it up for .50 CPR so that was a win. Besides I’d rather shoot a zombie with a 7.62×51 than a 5.56. That’s another think I leaned from 10K. Lol
Stay safe and stay sharp.