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arakboss

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Was it the fault of the electric co-ops, the government, the grocery stores, the neighbors, mother nature? This guy has an opinion, I share.


If you were asked to provide advice to one of the many who got caught without adequate food supplies and a means to prepare & serve them, what would that advice be?
 
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Have them all watch Dennis Praeger's "No Safe Spaces" and hopefully they might learn a lesson about 'victimhood.'
Edit to add: Reagan's statement about the nine most terrifying words were a message to business, much more so than to citizens. Note the deregulation that followed....
 
In the biggest of pictures, I put the concept of "fault " and "blame " on the same level as "fair ". A real grown up realizes that fair is impossible.
So if you are looking looking to blame someone else on the basis of fault, you probably are childlike in your views.
Certainly worth taking to heart. Those of you near the PDX area have no excuse since Bob's Red Mill over in Milwaukie/Clackamas has bulk foods and food grade storage buckets. One 5-gallon bucket filled with rice or beans, or lentils, or soup mixes will go a long way. It shouldn't be that hard to fill one up every pay day.
 

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Meh, it's just the typical news hysterical shrieking BS "THE SKY IS FALLING THE SKY IS FALLING".

I can't imagine the horror: "eating non-perishable canned goods or leftover items, like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches" and "80 CONTINUOUS hours without power"...wow, that's like, 3 days and a Gilligans island re-run. Folks I know in Oregon City and West Linn just went well over 190 hours with no power and they figured it out. Where's that headline?
 
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I thought with this modern technology (phone stuck in their face 24/7) that people were smarter. I guess I was wrong. o_O
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I thought with this modern technology (phone stuck in their face 24/7) that people were smarter. I guess I was wrong. o_O
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The "smarter" phones get, the dumber people get. But ultimately it is a result of the "convenience" of just running to the store when you need/want something. People these days think that their technology will save them. I had a kid in Scouts some years ago that refused to learn Map & Compass because "GPS has made that obsolete." :confused:
 

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The "smarter" phones get, the dumber people get. But ultimately it is a result of the "convenience" of just running to the store when you need/want something. People these days think that their technology will save them. I had a kid in Scouts some years ago that refused to learn Map & Compass because "GPS has made that obsolete." :confused:
My implant will be able to fly me and my jetpack around in virtual reality though.
 
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