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Mr Wayne
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23 September 2014 15:55
 

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“We cannot overly express the importance of a year’s supply of food.  Many disasters, both natural and man-made, likely will cause a shortage of food or even famine.  Even the most God-fearing people will often reconsider and/or lose all moral values when their children are starving. “
- http://www.tacda.org/docs/vol21-issue-1-food-and-water.pdf

http://www.tacda.org/index.php/journal-of-civil-defense/


The writer is talking about surviving contamination of crops after a nuclear attack.

 
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24 September 2014 00:11
 
Mr Wayne - 23 September 2014 01:55 PM

Quote:
“We cannot overly express the importance of a year’s supply of food.  Many disasters, both natural and man-made, likely will cause a shortage of food or even famine.  Even the most God-fearing people will often reconsider and/or lose all moral values when their children are starving. “
- http://www.tacda.org/docs/vol21-issue-1-food-and-water.pdf

http://www.tacda.org/index.php/journal-of-civil-defense/


The writer is talking about surviving contamination of crops after a nuclear attack.

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

 
 
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24 September 2014 05:39
 
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

 
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24 September 2014 13:57
 
MARTIN UK - 24 September 2014 03:39 AM
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

The McJefe burger is (i hope) definitely not on the menu.

 
 
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25 September 2014 15:32
 
Jefe - 24 September 2014 11:57 AM
MARTIN UK - 24 September 2014 03:39 AM
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

The McJefe burger is (i hope) definitely not on the menu.

I actually saw it on the menu in one of the mcdonalds in west texas - they did though charge extra for the ketchup, and because of that i didnt have one.

[ Edited: 25 September 2014 15:38 by Gregoryhhh]
 
 
Dennis Campbell
 
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25 September 2014 17:37
 
Gregoryhhh - 25 September 2014 01:32 PM
Jefe - 24 September 2014 11:57 AM
MARTIN UK - 24 September 2014 03:39 AM
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

The McJefe burger is (i hope) definitely not on the menu.

I actually saw it on the menu in one of the mcdonalds in west texas - they did though charge extra for the ketchup, and because of that i didnt have one.

Ketchup kills the taste of the meat; otherwise it’d be disgusting having been raised in Canada.  On the other hand, Texan beef requires a chainsaw.

 
 
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25 September 2014 18:59
 
Dennis Campbell - 25 September 2014 03:37 PM
Gregoryhhh - 25 September 2014 01:32 PM
Jefe - 24 September 2014 11:57 AM
MARTIN UK - 24 September 2014 03:39 AM
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

The McJefe burger is (i hope) definitely not on the menu.

I actually saw it on the menu in one of the mcdonalds in west texas - they did though charge extra for the ketchup, and because of that i didnt have one.

Ketchup kills the taste of the meat; otherwise it’d be disgusting having been raised in Canada.  On the other hand, Texan beef requires a chainsaw.

What’s this apparent disrespect for Canada Dr. Wonderful? ( the Texas comment on the other hand, i understand - i lived there for about a hundred years in 1980.)

 
 
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25 September 2014 19:33
 

What’s this apparent disrespect for Canada Dr. Wonderful? ( the Texas comment on the other hand, i understand - i lived there for about a hundred years in 1980.)

Frostbit.  Ruins the taste

 
 
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25 September 2014 20:11
 

<—- Canadian

Gregoryhhh - 25 September 2014 04:59 PM
Dennis Campbell - 25 September 2014 03:37 PM
Gregoryhhh - 25 September 2014 01:32 PM
Jefe - 24 September 2014 11:57 AM
MARTIN UK - 24 September 2014 03:39 AM
Jefe - 23 September 2014 10:11 PM

Might not even take a disaster ‘event’.  Consider how precious a cheeseburger from McD’s may be when there are 12 or 18 billion of us standing on each others’ heads.

Got to hope no one gets a taste for the McJefe burger… with extra ketchup, all that meat, just walking around.

The McJefe burger is (i hope) definitely not on the menu.

I actually saw it on the menu in one of the mcdonalds in west texas - they did though charge extra for the ketchup, and because of that i didnt have one.

Ketchup kills the taste of the meat; otherwise it’d be disgusting having been raised in Canada.  On the other hand, Texan beef requires a chainsaw.

What’s this apparent disrespect for Canada Dr. Wonderful? ( the Texas comment on the other hand, i understand - i lived there for about a hundred years in 1980.)