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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    This explains the same thing I said but with the coveted Toilet Paper.

    https://marker.medium.com/what-every...e-c812e1358fe0

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by jesemd View Post
    This explains the same thing I said but with the coveted Toilet Paper.

    https://marker.medium.com/what-every...e-c812e1358fe0
    It was panic buying. Even with doubling the amount you would use at home, the sheer volume that people purchased negates this explanation.

    Carts and carts of toilet paper, but no food. Panic fed this, not double the waste elimination.

    After the first national story on the run on TP, everyone ran out and made the run exponential.



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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.


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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by qmcorps View Post
    It was panic buying. Even with doubling the amount you would use at home, the sheer volume that people purchased negates this explanation.

    Carts and carts of toilet paper, but no food. Panic fed this, not double the waste elimination.

    After the first national story on the run on TP, everyone ran out and made the run exponential.
    The people who normally pee and crap at work are now doing it at home, meaning a 30 to 40% increased need for TP.
    They call me "Simple Jack".

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    The only reason for a food shortage, or any shortage for that manner, is the abuse of power by Politicians spurred on by the sick media. Had this been let to run its course, as it is the only way to herd immunity long term, none of this collateral damage would be occurring.
    Elderly should have sheltered, everyone else should be business as usual......The "just one life' mantra is just that, a mantra.
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Have you seen that show on the History channel, Eating History? They find really old iconic food and eat it. It's actually entertaining even though it sound stupid. Coolest thing they had so far was a piece of Hardtack from the civil war.
    "Never waste a good crisis" Winston Churchill

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    Have you seen that show on the History channel, Eating History? They find really old iconic food and eat it. It's actually entertaining even though it sound stupid. Coolest thing they had so far was a piece of Hardtack from the civil war.
    These people are nuts. Amazing though how long some of this stuff lasts.

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Add Worcestershire sauce to the list of condiments that are being swept from the shelves. Buying it online is also a crap shoot and at inflated prices.

    I'll bet that people grabbed jars and bottles of everything during their initial panic buy.

    Oh no....not the Grey Poupon!

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    I'm going to be placing an order with the Restaurant supply store later this week. Plan on getting a gallon of Duke's mayo, some molasses, more sugar and cinnamon. I think they have jars of Grey Poupon too, I'll have to get some because the wife just opened the last jar the other night.
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    I'm going to be placing an order with the Restaurant supply store later this week. Plan on getting a gallon of Duke's mayo, some molasses, more sugar and cinnamon. I think they have jars of Grey Poupon too, I'll have to get some because the wife just opened the last jar the other night.
    You clan's liking Duke's over Hellman's, eh.
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