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Anyone have a brief summary of what would be a good prep for this specific scenario we may be facing?
 

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SEEMS LIKE everything else that has been prepped for would be applicable to most of the scenario.

Everyone hits their BOL whether in or some other place,
hunker down and live on your stuff..

repel boarders who were too stoopid to look to the future.

Listen for the all clear.
 

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People have bought up all the toilet paper... they fail to remember that they'll stop pooping shortly after they run out of food. Food, water, shelter and if the zombie hoardes show up... security.
 

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Watch this movie (After Armageddon)



Don't do anything the family does, they're morons and all should have died.
 

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One of the single best preps for any disruption is physical fitness. Start extending your five and ten mile jogs with the 30 pound pack a few more miles every week. Get fit for survival....:thumb:
 

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Men are problem solvers. It’s what we do and we’re good at it.

Take this shortage of toilet paper for example. Men understand they can’t fix the nut cases that scarfed up all the cases, but they can still fix the issue the nut cases created.

A man starts by analyzing the problem.
99% of all toilet paper is consumed by women peeing.
Next, review in your memory bank everything that has any bearing on the issue. As much as I hate to admit it, the French do have an alternative.
Next implement the technology, preferably at no cost.

I give you the Red Neck Bidet! No patents, so feel free to solve your own household shortage.
Check with/ the wife? Why would we do that?
Why does the Red Green show keep coming to mind?
 

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Anyone have a brief summary of what would be a good prep for this specific scenario we may be facing?
Yes.
Go back in time, don't be a "it's the flu" type of person, and pay attention to world events. The time to put on your seatbelt is before the crash, not during or after...

Now? Stores are picked clean and you risk getting infected just going to the crowded stores, thereby defeating the purpose in many ways. Critical items are now in short supply with some gouging. The markets have crashed.

Good luck to you at this point. It's a steep steep learning curve. If you make it thru there will be hardships and hopefully you learn from not paying attention to global events in this slow moving disaster.
 
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