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Who locks their doors when they leave their house? Who has a flashlight, candles and a battery powered radio just in case? Who has a fire evac plan for their kids, and maybe an extinguisher in the kitchen? Who keeps jumper cables and an extra blanker in their trunk? Who has a first aide kit in the bathroom? THAT'S CRAZY! It sounds like you are prepping for an emergency or something to me.
Taking steps to ensure the safety and survival of your family is one of the most responsible things a parent can do. Having food and water and a means of protecting it for a couple of months is rational. Not doing so is not only fooli**** deathly.
Enjoy yourself its letter than you think,IF IT ALL END TOMORROW , LET PARTY OUR WAY OUT .LOVE LAUGH ,BE KIND TO EACH OTHER .WHAT EVER HAPPENES LOVE IT OUT AND HURT NO ONE! TRY TO FEED ONE HELPLESS PERSON ,CLOTH ONE NAKED ONE ,LET GOD KNOW WE ARE BETTER THAN THEY THINK !
And the people fled to the hills like locust and devoured everything left and died anyway.
There isnt enough vegetation to feed the masses because there are houses on that arable land we needed to grow food.
There are a lot of survivalist dreamers who think they are gonna eat off the land. Good luck
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