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Araz Shibley Mar 16
Replying to @lopp
I see people blaming preppers for this, which is illogical. I’ve been slowly buying supplies since late Jan, when I realized China would never destroy its economy for “just the flu.” The point of prepping is to avoid this exact situation.
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That's what she said Mar 16
Replying to @ArazShibley @lopp
This, I started when I saw the numbers jumping in China. Been fully stocked since last month and could not leave my house for 2-3 months and my family would be fine
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Gordon Einstein Mar 16
Replying to @lopp
I prep'ed, and now I drink scotch and study.
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Edgar Rodriguez Mar 16
Replying to @GordonEinstein @lopp
People told me to stop being paranoid. Lucky for me, the consequences of being paranoid don’t involve standing a 3/4 mile long Costco line.
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Jonathan Williams Mar 16
Replying to @lopp
There’s prepping, and then there’s hoarding. Hoarding is what is causing all this.
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Fire Tracker Mar 16
Replying to @Jon_Know_H @lopp
And pulling 2 months of demand forward due to school closures and working from home.
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Josh Rager 📈 Mar 16
Replying to @lopp
Then I just drove across the street to Target and got everything I needed in 15 minutes
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Bender Bendalot Mar 16
Replying to @Josh_Rager @lopp
Costco in Dallas was nicely stocked even yesterday. Also, check the Indian/Latino markets they are stocked as well in Dallas.
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Vic Mar 16
Replying to @lopp
Those who panic early, don't panic today.
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Stephen Mar 16
Replying to @Victagious @lopp
Those who panic take away from the normal human beings. Sad
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