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I love the people that race out to the store and empty the shelves of bread, milk and canned foods. Like no matter how bad it gets, you won’t be able to get to the store in a day or two! I can see the folks that live in the middle of no where without plow service, but I’m talking City folks. I remember the Blizzard of '78. Yes we were inside for about 36 hours, but then we walked the mile to the store to get what ever we might have needed. Within 24 hours after the snowfall ends the Interstate and major roads are open in any given area. That means a return of supplies to the stores. Calm down folks! It’s snow! It melts eventually!
[/quote]I remember the Y2K scare. One of the stores I went to had people buying stuff in such great quantities the shelfs were bare. I had a relative who had stocked up on canned goods and bought sleeping bags and other stuff.
So what happened? I believe I heard an ATM in Britain went down at a bank because of the change of the date and someone sabotaged a little power station as a prank in the U.S.
I just saw a plow come barreling down the street at a high speed. The roads are not even in bad shape. I can see a neighbors car across the street and I can see the bottom of the car’s tires.