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HowardHughs Member Level  Thursday, 06/20/19 10:27:55 PM
Re: sumisu post# 134
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I'm laughing at your post.That's the way it is for me.I can't let this stuff get me down.I see things like 9/11 happen and the world is shocked but I saw that type of attack as a natural development long before it occurred.Peak oil hit and 2008 happened.Now the food crisis is unfolding and it will likely lead to a massive and sudden die-off by 2022-2023.I think the U.S. could see the biggest loss of life from a bio weapon attack.The biggest eater of natural resources is the logical choice for a culling attempt.There will be little sympathy for the resented and greedy empire.We will be quarantined and cut off until the "virus event" burns out.No ships or airplanes coming to help.Walmarts will be empty and Amazon delivery won't be available.No computer chips and no potato chips for a year or two.And no toilet paper.Being part of the globalized economy has it's risks.LOL

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