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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Shortage of popular antibiotic amoxicillin leaves Chicago area patients scrambling Can someone give me a link to a place selling FishMox and a sheet with dosages for humans?
  2. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Cuba is rationing food and consumer goods (again) ***Communist-run Cuba said on Friday it would control more the sales of certain foodstuff and hygiene products...
  3. Food and water
    i grab the occasional #10 can of storage foods like MH, Emergency Essentials, Augason Farms when the price is right. Is is just me or have powdered eggs gone way up? must be trickle down from the Bird flu this last year; meanwhile over...
  4. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    There is a massive bird flu (H5N2) epidemic going across America, already having killed around 20,000,000 egg-laying hens and forcing the execution of another 25,000,000 suspected of being infected. So far no known cases have been transmitted to humans but regardless of whether that happens or...
  5. Off Topic Lounge
    We try and keep at least 6 months of medicine on hand. But would that even be enough if there was a real crisis. It's time to re-evaluate. Argentina has a serious medicine shortage. The crisis is only getting worse. A crumbling economy and lack of access to foreign currency (worsened by the...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I ordered from 2 sites in the past week and my orders haven't even been billed to my credit cards. At emergency essentials I placed an order last sunday and I called and there was a message that volume was heavy and to write an email with questions. I wrote and email a few days ago and no...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Rationing. Here's how they did it in WWII. What do you think will get rationed first?
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    From 1961 through 1965 there was a drought that struck the Northeast and lasted 4 years. During this time the effects were immediately felt throughout the Delaware water basin. New York officials were interested in not alarming the citizens thus assurances were given through early 1965 that...
  9. Urban Survival
    My wife and I have the local news playing as we get ready for work in the morning. Well, today they had a story about the rice shortage. It looked like a lot of the footage was from national networks, there was one local guy at a restaurant the news had interviewed.
  10. Off Topic Lounge
    I see some problems in this article. First - why is crop rotation even mentioned? This should be common sense stuff. Lack of crop rotation leads to the development of plant diseases and depletion of nutrients in the soil. Crop rotation has been done since the middle ages, and was common...
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