Wait.walkingstick » 15 Jun 2022, 8:34 pm » wrote: ↑
Someone needs a better **** detector.walkingstick » 15 Jun 2022, 8:36 pm » wrote: ↑
If you aren't stocking up, you're an idiot.walkingstick » 15 Jun 2022, 8:40 pm » wrote: ↑
will, if, would, predictedwalkingstick » 15 Jun 2022, 8:40 pm » wrote: ↑
At this point, I honestly believe the onus is on the naysayer, as to whether Biden is sabotaging our economy. If you want to look at what has happened to working folks' dollar, you don't need a microscope or a peer-reviewed economic analysis. Just get in your car and go buy something.DeezerShoove » 15 Jun 2022, 10:30 pm » wrote: ↑
These are words that push the **** Meter.
You might as well add 'zombie' or 'Santa'. The credibility is the same.
Funny as hell ****:
https://cei.org/blog/wrong-again-50-yea ... edictions/
I was actually targeting, obviously not clearly, the climate predictions.Cannonpointer » 16 Jun 2022, 12:10 am » wrote: ↑
Gas is double. Eggs are triple. Bread is easily half again. Vegetables and meat are easily half again. Seafood is up between 10 and 25%.
There is less variety in grocery stores' vegetable selections, and quality is getting sketchier. Cheese is double. Heavy cream is up 20-30%.
I did not have an extra bottle of water for y2k - and I lived in an urban environment. I don't consider myself panic-prone. But I can powerfully sustain the thesis that it is quite reasonable, for the first time in MY lifetime, to question whether tomorrow will look very much like today.
We've had an election overtly stolen - erasing any certainty that a ballot-driven solution is possible. We've seen our government and our institutions bully citizens to participate in medical experiments. We've seen a hundred governments act in concert to push big pharma's agenda - and anyone on THIS board who is ignorant of the resulting 25% spike in all-cause mortality is wilfully so. We've heard our president directly state that America WILL suffer food shortages, and they WILL be "very real."
Given all of that, I think it is on you to offer proofs that my alarm is similar in nature to that of the y2k crowd (or what have you).
They didn't !Cannonpointer » 15 Jun 2022, 9:34 pm » wrote: ↑
When did Californians go back to using toilets?
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