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The socialists are blaming Trump on this last world wide pandemic resurgance of the Communist Chinese Wuhan virus. Nearly every nation and every state is having their largest hit of this virus since the beginning. Of course despite shutting down the chinese spreaders of the virus, despite getting the PPE and breathers the doctors needed, this is entirely Trump's fault.

So what follows the socialist threats, why of course "peacefull protests" where everything is burned in "PEACE".

The next best thing to martial law is the shutting down of every state, businesses that were just getting by will fail, children will not learn, The socialists want to take over EVERYTHING, courts, congress, take our rights including the first and 2nd amendments. Just listen to the crap out of AOC and their squad. Pelosie should give them zero important tasks, let them clean the toilets! The squad even hates the moderate socialist democraps.

That being said, we on this forum don't have to be worried about the peacefull protesters, we have ammo and know that you don't shot a looter in the knee or hand. Hopefully everyone here is ready for the worst.

But you still have to eat and crap. I have heard some popular TP is sold out again, I buy 80 rolls from Amazon for $46.
Previously I had recommended the Fish People packs of soups, their prices have gone up a lot. And I still have dozens of their soups. So I tried from Amazon again and found SeaFarePacific's West Ciast Cioppino @ $46.77 for 8 packs of 9 ounces each. Add some fresh herbs and this soup is as good as any $12-20 resturant Cioppino. I am going to have to order more right away, wife loves it.

The democraps in Nevada want to shutdown everything, power corups.
 

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Sorry, I am too old for cheap $1 soup. Here in Vegas a great Bouillabaise can run over $35. I waited two hours in line last year to get the best in Lost Wages. It was worth the wait. Every country in the world that borders the ocean has their own version of fish, shrimp, lobster, clams etc. as a soup.

The French have Bouillabaise, Itialians Ciopino, Mexico has Sopa de Mariscos, Kakavia isGreek Fisherman’s Soup the USA gets to enjoy all the worlds foods. The Cajons hve great spicy seafood often with crawfish, yuhm! New England has their own versions, different that those of the Pacific northwest. I will bet even Kansas has a seafood soup.

Lots of people here got into the FishPeople soups, I love their Wild Seafood Bouillabase, also their Crab bisque. Guy's bought hundreds of dollars worth to get the best deals. I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but don't eat them every day. A great soup that takes 2 minutes to heat up in their pouches is a good eat.

You didn't mention if you were prepping, they are coming for you.
 

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Yep, I have been influenced by guys that liked to stay prepared since I was a teenager. The thing I worry about the most is, have I prepared enough? In addition to just having stuff, I have been trying to get as much exercise as possible.
 

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False, my children will continue to learn. heck, they did so good remote learning to the point that I've been throwing around the idea of homeschooling them
 

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The next lockdown ain't gonna go so smoothly. There are several states that have said they will not cooperate with a national lockdown, and there are a lot of people that see through the BS. Even the CDC weekly stats have the death rate way down while the new case count "surges" according the the gaslighting media.
 

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If a lockdown is called......a whole lot of people NOT going to comply.

Sure would hate to see things get really wild n wooly.

BTW,,,,the paper panic has hit Corpus Christi, Tx.......local stores don't have any paper products on shelves.
Paper towels were first, now toilet paper........and paper napkins used in place of rolls of toilet paper.
 

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Just got back from store..........empty paper towel n toilet paper shelves....with limit signs.
 

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Yep, I have been feeding the fish in the ocean. Wife hates fish, I'll let her eat the iguanas or even better the key west roosters that wake me up every morning at 5am.
 

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Roosters are great.......with the right marinade. Even better than cats, chihuahuas and yorkies.

Good thing, I have two cat ladies living very close. Will have to be quick as there is a coyote who has been picking up the kittens as soon as they start exploring the neighborhood.
 

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I am going to try shrimping with pots, Key west pinks should start running in a few weeks.
 
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Sorry, I am too old for cheap $1 soup. Here in Vegas a great Bouillabaise can run over $35. I waited two hours in line last year to get the best in Lost Wages. It was worth the wait. Every country in the world that borders the ocean has their own version of fish, shrimp, lobster, clams etc. as a soup.

The French have Bouillabaise, Itialians Ciopino, Mexico has Sopa de Mariscos, Kakavia isGreek Fisherman’s Soup the USA gets to enjoy all the worlds foods. The Cajons hve great spicy seafood often with crawfish, yuhm! New England has their own versions, different that those of the Pacific northwest. I will bet even Kansas has a seafood soup.

Lots of people here got into the FishPeople soups, I love their Wild Seafood Bouillabase, also their Crab bisque. Guy's bought hundreds of dollars worth to get the best deals. I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but don't eat them every day. A great soup that takes 2 minutes to heat up in their pouches is a good eat.

You didn't mention if you were prepping, they are coming for you.

Well played and well deserved!

I just had to give you a hard time about the $12 soup, glad I didn't know about the $35/bowl special at my last posting.
No, I'm not prepping. I haven't gotten moved out of town yet, so if it gets that bad I'll just have to fight it out the best I can. But that's the upside to living in a small town, I won't have to fight as soon and there are less freeloading jackasses to fight.
 

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The tree huggers and snowflakes are doing the same thing again, toilet paper and hand sanitizer are gone. Big news and TV is spreading the hysteria. The big companies are limiting quantities, doesn't stop the snowflakes from going back again. Having toilet paper doesn't protect you from the Communist Whuhan virus, and electing Biden hasn't protected them either. Bident and the socialists big agenda is bailing out the blue states that are run so poorly by their state dictators. They want 3.4 billion to bail out the idiots in their state governments, it will not get past the Senate.
 

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Largest hit? Hardly! The pandemic is over. Like the election, the testing is rigged. It's a "case-demic."

For a start, read Dr. Mercola's newsletter here: Asymptomatic 'Casedemic' Is a Perpetuation of Needless Fear

Even the CDC's own data says it's not really a problem. The Legacy media have been saying case numbers are "surging" and "exploding" for months now, and the actual number of deaths has been pretty flat since this summer: Provisional Death Counts for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
 
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