You can spot a leftist by their reaction to preparations such as longterm food storage for emergencies. Immediately opposed, try to paint it as looneytunes, but then when confronted with the practicality of it, the whole thing boils down to “it’s not fair, everybody can’t do it, it’s hoarding.”
So, everybody has to leave themselves wide open to a looming threat, just because everybody can’t be protected from it, out of “fairness.” Sounds like our national defense policy, come to think of it.
Don’t let these fools know, is all I’ve got to say. You’ll be demonized as a hoarder at best, if it ever comes down to actually needing it.
And when the S does hit the F they'll be outside your house with an angry mob demanding that you "share". On that day you'll be very glad you purchased a nice pile of high capacity magazines for your firearms of choice.
“Dont let these fools know, is all Ive got to say. Youll be demonized as a hoarder at best, if it ever comes down to actually needing it.”
To paraphrase a Lyle Lovett song “Keep It in Your Pantry” (a play on keep it in your panties) and don’t tell your neighbors about it because when the SHTF and they didn’t prepare, they will want some of yours. Sharing is one thing, preparing is another.
In these days and times, prudent people will obtain and maintain survival kits that will sustain them in the event that the “gubment” won’t. Those that are continuously on the government tit will be coming after yours. A variety of weapons and plenty of ammo are essential elements of those kits. Plenty of websites provide constituents of decent survival kits. Best Defense - Survival on the Outdoor Channel helps put it in a visual perspective.
The survival kit that is necessary in hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, flood, and earthquake alleys works for other unforseen circumstances.
Seems like smart marketing on Costco’s part. If you don’t like their food choices or cost, then get your own, but by all means, get something.