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DaisyLuther
Daisy is a coffee-swigging, globe-trotting blogger. Check out , , and
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DaisyLuther Jun 28
Many stores still have limits on products that were scarce during the lockdown. Here are some things you should buy every time you go to the store to replenish your supplies.
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DaisyLuther Jun 28
It's always exciting to make somebody's list of favorite blogs. Here are some other preparedness blogs to check out :)
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DaisyLuther Jun 19
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DaisyLuther Jun 12
Replying to @zerohedge
Welcome back!
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DaisyLuther Jun 5
Amazon mysteriously banned our book on Covid-19 too.
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DaisyLuther Jun 1
What the hell IS this? As far as I can see they're just driving down the street in traffic.
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DaisyLuther May 31
It has been changed - it didn't say that last night
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DaisyLuther May 30
This is a beautiful example of humanity amidst all the chaos. Not everyone protesting is destroying things. Some people are building community. Never forget protesting is our constitutionally protected right. These people make me proud
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DaisyLuther May 5
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DaisyLuther Mar 27
Lifting the quarantine didn't go so well in Hubei.
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DaisyLuther Mar 18
If ever you thought the mainstream media was NOT full of shit, this video should convince you that they say whatever gets them the most views on a particular day.
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DaisyLuther Mar 5
Replying to @tferriss @MayorAdler
I think you made an excellent and responsible decision. Look how fast this virus spread in northern Italy. There are many ramifications besides "mild cases" such as quarantines, supply shortages, and overwhelmed hospitals. Thanks for the common-sense decision.
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Ali Feb 29
Coronavirus epidemy in Iran has past the crisis level. The country is imploding - law and order to disappear in the next days. A number of officials already died and mass infection among hospital staff and police forces reported.
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DaisyLuther Feb 27
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Sean MacTira Feb 17
If you'd like some thorough/recent information on the , this book has just been published. They also have it in kindle format. It's already ranked #1 in multiple categories.
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DaisyLuther Feb 9
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DaisyLuther Feb 9
I Went to the Monastiraki Market and I Think I *Might* Have Traveled Through Time
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DaisyLuther Feb 8
Athen’s National Museum of Archaeology Will Overwhelm You in the Best Possible Way
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