> >Gee, I see some people are still posting here a lot!! I figured this
> >group'ld be all spam by now!
> Well, just another thing that you got wrong...
As if I care.
Quote:> >Thanks for the info - winter's coming, and it's fire season now. My
> >canned goods are mostly gone, and I'm looking for a more diverse stock,
> >plus rotation.
> Well, unless you are just going to talk about it, you need to make a
> bid. Bidding remains at zero. Here is a hint. If you want to buy
> it, you have to make a bid.
If I buy from them. As it was, I went grocery shopping at my favorite
restaurant/bulk goods store.
Quote:> That is unless it's all talk.
No, that's your gig.
> >> Oh yeah, that's right, all the doomers were predicting that Y2k foods
> >> would be selling on e-bay for 20 cents on the dollar by the middle of
> >> 2000. All this talk about how they predicted bad things is just polly
> >> revisionism. Isn't it?
> >Bobby, get a life. I said it then, and I'll say it now: preparedness is
> >always important.
> Like I said then and like I'll say now, without an adequate threat
> analysis you don't know what to prepare for. Take Y2k for example.
> Big waste of time and money for a lot of people. I think it strained
> a few relationships too.
That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen from you. Good preparedness is
flexible for multiple kinds of disaasters, not single threat longshots.
Quote:> Do a good threat analysis and prepare for likely events. Leave the
> more esoteric TEOTWAWKI events to the nut cases with a
> political/religious ax to grind.
Likely major events in my area, gauged by over ten years actual
experience: earthquake, fire, floods. Minor events: friends homeless,
and personal unemployment.
Quote:> Happy bidding. I'll keep looking for your bid to show up.
A) Do you really think I'd post with my real name?? You wouldn't know my
bid if you saw it.
Ravan, laughing at the silly idiot
Ravan Asteris rasteris / at \ rahul / dot \ net
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