Anyone know about this company?

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  1. FCCstandards

    FCCstandards Non-Essential Salooner VIP

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    Ever tried the food?
    Www.wisefoodstorage.com
     
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    looks like a winner dude
     
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    I've got your month's supply of getting "high" right here:

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  4. JameGumb

    JameGumb We're all out of toner!

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    That looks like the same crap Glenn Beck and Hannity hock on their radio shows every day. Howard related, of course.
     
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    It never gets old :rofl:

    "month's supply"
     
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    Chimney Portions I drink cum Banned User

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    I got sent a bunch of their freeze-dried food packages. I ate them in Afgh. They make great stuff and my fav was fruit (meat was good too but I didn't have fruit with MREs so their was awesome). Extremely tasty and well preserved. Would recommend. It's probably not cheap though.
     
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    You had a ready water-supply?
     
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    Would still bang.
     
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    I just saw an ad and had never heard of them.
     
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    :facepalm:
     
  12. SouthernListen

    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    Not a bad idea to keep something around just in case. There are reviews of them all somewhere on the internet. Don't happen to have a link handy, though. Check Costco, as they sell the better known brands and they're usually cheap.

    Then again, if you enjoy standing in emergency food lines during a disaster next to Lemongello and a homeless guy taking a shit,, by all means keep your pantry looking nice and minimalist. I watched a lot of people poaching themselves in the 100 degree 100% humidity in S. Florida in '04 for weeks because they thought food and water was always just going to be there at the grocery store. Some of the same people ran out of gas on the turnpike waiting in miles-long lines to get enough gas to get out of the area. Keeping a few 5 gal cans in the back yard with stabilizer in it was just too crazy, I guess.

    The stuff lasts practically forever and actually tastes pretty good. $2 grand or so for peace of mind you can make it through a few months of disruption over the next 30 years isn't a bad purchase.