posted on May, 25 2012 @ 06:33 PM
I think coffee will re-ignite international trade after TSHTF.
All it will take is a single sailboat, crossing the carribian to Martinique or Columbia or some other growing area. A sailboat could probably
transport 50 or 100 bushels. And with no fuel expense, you'd get home eventually. If Americans don't go and fetch it, farmers from those countries
might just get their own boats and bring it right to us.
Maritime trade is actually the cheapest method. It costs less than a third of the price of rail transport, and only a tiny fraction of roadway
transport. So the easy to prepare addictions will me met first.
Alcohol can be brewed without any problem. But sugar, coca, or coffee must be imported. You can bet your sweet bippy they will be, and by means of