posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:10 PM
Some of the attitudes in this thread seem a bit to arrogant to me. I know you are feeling validation right now, but it seems you forget some people
live check to check and barley get by. Some simply can't afford any abundance of food, and they defiantly don't have the luxury of a shelter.
There was also major flooding that lead to evacuations, even if some of these people had food saved up they wouldn't be able to get to it. And whose
to say the flood didn't destroy their supplies? Anyone who had their food "safely" stored away in their basement is learning a valuable lesson
Some of you may be prepared for a global economic collapse, or zombies, but when a natural disaster destroys your house and all your prepping with it
you'd probably be more humbled.