posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 10:36 AM
I am seeing that I should have worded this thread differently maybe. My biggest concern after I thought about what she told me at the store, is that
we will very possibly no longer have access to many items that are essential.
The access that we do have will be alot more expensive every step of the way.
One concern of mine after searching for a few days is that the hazmat list would basically be it, right?
If they get rid of our domestic exemption classification, then it all just falls back under hazardous materials with the paperwork, and permits and
Our economy is already in the toilet with so many people struggling to feed their families and put fuel in their vehicle to get work, when there is
work available. What happens when these items that we rely so much on for in our daily lives are either gone, or we cannot afford them?
I have seen the panic that happens when people THINK they can no longer get supplies into a town, for a SHORT period of time.It was chaos, and people
did not even have the presence of mind to buy water. What they were going to do with 8 gallons of milk if the power went out is still beyond me. Talk
about SHTF, When people show up in January for propane bottles to run heat or appliances and there is shortage or not enough money in their pockets,
WHAT HAPPENS THEN?
I am still hoping to be way off on all of this, but nobody has debunked this for me yet. I understand about the vanilla shortage, it has nothing to do
with baking spray as well or Costco. She was pretty clear that this was a SHIPPING issue.
I need help here, I know how everyone feels about lazy research and doing it for yourself, trust me I have spent more time on this than I really
should, but it is time better spent that way, if this is what is happening.
I want to be debunked and laughed out of here for this. I understand this is a world wide site, but tell me that there aren't a few Americans out
there who have access to better info than I can find.