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    Boolit Master
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    Panicked people do not always think clearly, seems like. Agreed that some venture into the area of "Retail Therapy" here LOL

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    Mr. Sheesh,

    YEP. = Believe it or not, I know of a couple who bought a huge quantity of diapers in the run-up to a hurricane. Trouble is that they have no kids that are young enough to need diapers. = Their youngest is 13YO.
    (Turns out that they were buying off of a "storm emergency preparedness list" & just bought everything on the list.)

    yours, tex

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowwolfe View Post
    The average citizen in the USA could use 3 days without food.
    Tell me about it. I had a buddy that went on a cruise, as they left port they were instructed to go to the top deck to observe leaving port and get photos. top deck on that ship was an adult only deck... my buddy told me he saw way way too much of some people....

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    I live in Myrtle Beach. When I heard about the storm, I panicked and made a list of what I needed to get.

    The only thing I could come up with was a ceiling fan light kit.

    I do know that there were no spaghetti-os without meat available. Shelves were empty.

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    Hope for the best, plan for the worst.
    My amendment can beat up your amendment.

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