2022-08-28 17:07 from Nurb432
Even if you dont store for emergencies and just to reduce trips to
the store, rotation is a good idea.
Yes, but when you have fuel reserves for a whole year, it gets more important (because fuel eventually goes bad). If you have boxed cereals for the week, it is less important to have a rotation policy because the expiration date is so far away in comparison with the time it takes you to eat the cereals away.
I used to have stock for about a month. Not so much prepping, but just so if i needed something non perishable i had it without driving out to the store.
Now its 6 months worth.
2022-08-28 17:50 from Nurb432
I used to have stock for about a month. Not so much prepping, but
just so if i needed something non perishable i had it without driving
out to the store.
Now its 6 months worth.
I find myself doing much more self-production these days. With current inflation here, it won't be long before certain basics become outright unaffordable.
I have nice stashes of the basics because it is not rare for my house to be cut off from the rest of the world due to the weather. It is good to know you can make it through, let's say, the winter. However, I have been expanding my hobby farming gradually into something capable of producing food for the year.
The problem is that it is yet another thing that takes a whole lot of time, which is scarce these days. I am solving a lot of the issues with the raw power of technology, but sustaining that technology may prove problematic if things go really down under.
Unfortunately i have limited space for farming, and being in Midwest, limited by weather too
Have to watch that here. If you build something to big they make you tear it down. They also ban 'farm animals' ( even when we were still a rural community, before the concrete mixers came in and destroyed everything that grows )
Man i wish i had moved out where i originally planned on and not here. im sort of stuck, too old to take on another mortgage.
Sat Sep 10 2022 11:23:04 AM EDT from IGnatius T FoobarIf you can't do farming, consider framing. You only have to transpose two letters, and you get to build walls.
In other news ... and I had a hard time deciding where to post this ...
Over in India they are now charging Bill Hitler Gates over vaccine-related deaths.
Billionaire Bill Gates has been issued with a notice from the Bombay High Court over a case that alleges the Microsoft co-founder is responsible for deaths related to COVID-19 vaccines.
It's about time someone held this dude responsible. According to the article:
The petitioner, Dilip Lunawat, is seeking Rs 1,000 crore ($125,451,200) compensation after his daughter, Dr. Snehal Lunawat, died after receiving the Covishield vaccine.
Yes, it's his fault. Why? Among other reasons, according to the article:
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also helped the Indian pharmaceutical company rush the vaccine into production.
Lunwat says his daughter was compelled to take the anti-Covid vaccine at her college in Nashik on January 28 last year
I agree, of course. Bill Gates should be extradited to India, convicted, sentenced, and executed for his many crimes against humanity.