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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby Coeur d Alene J on Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:15 pm

user14911444933220 wrote:No chickens. No eggs. No milk. No bananas. No bread. No nothing.

Now we know how to create chaos in Seattle. Predict a snowpocalypse.

Oddly enough, the beer and liquor aisles were still well stocked. Go figure.


Wow....For reals
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby D-Trains on Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:45 pm

Coeur d Alene J wrote:
user14911444933220 wrote:No chickens. No eggs. No milk. No bananas. No bread. No nothing.

Now we know how to create chaos in Seattle. Predict a snowpocalypse.

Oddly enough, the beer and liquor aisles were still well stocked. Go figure.


Wow....For reals


Yep Lynda took video. She said she was documentarying it. LOL

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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby Coeur d Alene J on Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:49 pm

I need to finish my prepping. Lol

I need one of those freeze dryers
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby D-Trains on Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:52 pm

Any snow in the PI, Don Gorgon?

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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby Hindemith on Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:21 pm

D-Trains wrote:
Hindemith wrote:The United States has a lot of things to worry about with regard to natural phenomena. There's that super-volcano under Yellowstone that is due to blow any millennium now. There's that subduction zone (or whatever it's called) off the west coast that jolts every 300 years, there's low lying areas of high population density on the Eastern seaboard vulnerable to rising sea levels, and then there's that little glaciation thing every 100,000 years.


Yep the key is too keep worrying about everything.

Hey, I'm personally more worried about the coming Cyborg rebellion. What about you? :o
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby lamda on Sun Feb 10, 2019 6:05 am

The lines at Costco were crazy on Friday. Freaky seeing shelves empty there.

As to the current state of events - the only thing that scares me is how our ores seems in the pockets of the Russians and if that ditz on the left Cortez ever gets into any real power. She lacks any common sense worse than our prez does. Other than that just ignore it and carry on :D
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby maoling on Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:01 am

I'm sitting on full freezers, 20 eggs, 30 rolls of toilet paper, a case of beer and a half-gallon of scotch. I can go another three weeks before driving to Safeway. I wish my dogs would stop pissing on the patio, however.
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby Coeur d Alene J on Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:36 am

maoling wrote:I'm sitting on full freezers, 20 eggs, 30 rolls of toilet paper, a case of beer and a half-gallon of scotch. I can go another three weeks before driving to Safeway. I wish my dogs would stop pissing on the patio, however.



:D
 
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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby maoling on Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:47 am

D-Trains wrote:
Coeur d Alene J wrote:
user14911444933220 wrote:No chickens. No eggs. No milk. No bananas. No bread. No nothing.

Now we know how to create chaos in Seattle. Predict a snowpocalypse.

Oddly enough, the beer and liquor aisles were still well stocked. Go figure.


Wow....For reals




Yep Lynda took video. She said she was documentarying it. LOL

dt



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Re: Snowpocalypse

Postby Hindemith on Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:53 pm

I guess what we probably should be most worried about is how vulnerable our electrical grid is to EMP attack or solar flares. Why this hasn't been addressed by Bush-Obama-Trump is beyond any attempt at reason. It is almost as if they are inviting a nation like N. Korea or Iran to explode a nuclear device high in the atmosphere above us. Then what? 90% of us are dead within a year.
 
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