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Mainstreaming preparedness

Wal Mart stocking long term storage food. According to their website, my local Wal Mart is too.

6 Responses to “Mainstreaming preparedness”

  1. nk Says:

    You mean like rice, beans, flour, bacon, ham, sugar, coffee, canned foods of all kinds, chocolate bars, hard candy, condensed milk, powdered milk, cheeses, etc.? Of all the new-fangled 21st century ideas! What will they think of next?

  2. CaptDMO Says:

    Thing is, Wal Mart has systematically proven to be a superior pre-“event” precautionary system, and post-event responder, than FEMA.

  3. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    FEMA is a .gov bureaucracy with little interest in success; any it has is coincidental, and its failures have no consequences (to the bureaucrats). Walmart knows which side its bread is buttered on. The profit motive once again proves to motivate efficiency.

  4. Wyowanderer Says:

    Sam’s has a seven gallon pail filled with SHTF food for $97, saw it last night. And Sportsman’s Warehouse has plenty in their backpacking food aisle.

  5. nk Says:

    Mr. Evilwrench, a joke for you:

    Doctor: Lawyers make more mistakes than doctors.
    Lawyer: Not so. It’s just that doctors’ mistakes are buried six feet under, while lawyers’ mistakes are hung six feet up.

  6. MJM Says:

    I was surprised yesterday to find the excellent Sawyer Mini water filter in the camping supply section. $20.