posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 01:20 AM
Originally posted by Variable
The Japanese are notorious for keeping things low key, I personally don't trust them to tell us how bad things are. Cesium detected... Jet stream...
I live in the US and have four kids so - Where do I buy iodine pills on a Saturday in North Carolina. I'm searching online now but thought someone
may know if you can get them at like Walmart or CVS or something.
I see they are called potassium Iodide.
edit on 3/12/2011 by Variable because: Found it was potassium iodide
You are not going to like my answer, but here goes...
The time to prepare is before disaster strikes
Did you get that? There are no sources of supply in the commercial market, IMO. Why? Because everyone is now thinking just like you. Panic button
pushed,, now I respond. In short: plan ahead!
When they get it back in stock...you can order here:
While we are on the subjrct of Prepare in Advance, have you stored ample water and food for yourself and your loved ones? When are you going to
prepare for the food shortage to come? Maybe, when the grocerey stores close early for lack of shipments? When will you prepare a "bug out bag"?
Maybe when the event has already happened?
Bottom line, folks is this: Got cash? Spend it now! It ain't gonna be worth crap in a few months, anyhow.
A complete "bug out bag"
Long-term Water storage and purification systems
As much freeze-dried foods as you can store properly.
Silver coins for barter
Guns and ammo
And last but not least, a Bible-to prepare your soul.