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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Neetu View Post
    Still doesn’t tempt me - no creepy crawlies for me!
    Awww, but look how cute and cuddly they are!


  2. #62
    Yeah, but not in my mouth!


    Quote Originally Posted by Xander416 View Post
    Awww, but look how cute and cuddly they are!

    ​Morii

  3. #63
    When this is all over, I'm really going to miss just waving at my neighbors from a distance.
    Sometimes, I wrestle with my demons. Other times, we just snuggle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amnesiac View Post
    When this is all over, I'm really going to miss just waving at my neighbors from a distance.
    Okay "Wilson". Just never show your whole face from behind the fence.

    My "supplies" are growing nicely in the back yard at this moment. I'll probably get two harvests out of my potato beds before the end of Fall.
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  5. #65
    i've made sure to keep at least three 5 liter boxes of wine unopened and in storage at all times. in case there's a wine shortage.
    that way, if there IS a wine shortage? i'll have plenty of time to start making it homemade. as far as toilet paper? pfft. ain't too concerned about it.
    there's cats around here. i figure a smart person can just wipe their ass with a cat if need be. they always lick themselves clean and then you got a
    brand new roll walking around. and food doesn't really concern me. the wine and cats have plenty of nutrition in them, if it comes to that.
    "Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.

  6. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Biro View Post
    I see the lock down is starting to affect us.

    Having multiple bottles of wine in the house and deliberately not drinking them. Then wiping your arse with a cat. Things are going to get very interesting soon I think.
    No, that's our Dale, he's always been that way. That is just what he has put aside, there will be a current box that he is drinking
    A new story

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    With the pending disruption in our food supply, We decided to add one more item to our supplies:

    https://www.augasonfarms.com/Dried-W...c-078716001734

    All of our standard sources of protein (beef, chicken and pork) are lagging, and availability will be limited. And prices will be going up. The 4 gallons of dried eggs will last up to 10 years. It's a chunk of money, but cheaper if you go in with a friend. It does equate to pennies per serving. Amazon wanted $160 USD for the bucket, but Walmart online delivered for $130.
    There is a smaller #10 can that goes for only $35, but they look to be sold out everywhere.
    I miss our chickens, but this is quite a bit easier.
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  8. #68
    My Dad used to tell a story about my maternal grandmother before the war. When Chamberlin came back from seeing Hitler she went to see a cousin who was in the grocery business and ordered a 112lb sack of sugar. He thought she was crazy, "The prime minister just told us peace in our time". "It came in very handy over the next few years. Sensible woman your grandmother" Dad would say.
    A new story

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  9. #69
    So we've decided to get into raising rabbits.

  10. #70
    That's exactly how high we intend to raise them, Biro! Another plus is that rabbits are silent as a general rule unlike chickens or goats. I'm still in research-mode.

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