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    Donna Spear says:

    A pepper is a person that gathers stuff over years. That will enrich their lives, and make hard times not so hard. Everyone should be a prepper. A horder is someone that can't through out anything. Even old banana peels are kept for years if not decades. What has gotten people upset is the asshats that didn't prep over the years, and just ran out and bought up everything. Not those people should be ashamed of themselves, but if they're too lazy to prep properly then shame is never going to happen. Keep prepping!

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    Steven Gonzalez says:

    Panic and fear, is the opposite of faith. There must be very little faith in the world, when you see the the ways people have behaved in large grocery stores lately. You can see it on the faces of the many. People are truly scared. Being scared, afraid, fearful, is hard on the human body. It also makes people more vulnerable, as the bodies defences wear down. We are being asked to take common sense precautions. Staying at home, keeping some distance, washing hands and being cautious. We all still have our phones and the internet to keep in touch, with as many people as we care to keep in touch with. It is a very good time to spent with our God, in deep prayer and in scripture study. It is time to prepare to meet God. Time to get right with God. Time to repent of anything needing repenting off. Time to forgive and forget. Time to be forgiven. Because none of us knows when our time comes, to stand before our Maker to give an account of all ones doing throughout our life on this earth. That is the most important prep of all, it costs no money and no lineup is required. It does however take all the sincerity and purpuse a person can posess. Nothing, nothing at all is more important.

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    Steven Gonzalez says:

    Plant gardens. Traditionally most everyone had a vegetable garden, and a couple of fruit trees or more. People often had a few chicken, and maybe even rabbits for meat. People used to can and put away for the winter, because the garden does not grow in ice and snow. People also had a family Bible, from which they did read and learn in the evenings, when all chores were accomplished. Parents would teach their children, people would sit down together and talk. Grandparents often were part of the same household, or close nearby. These all are traditional values, long forgotten by most.

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    Kelli Torres says:

    i quietly bought food and supplies over the last several years. I chose to spend my money on these items, instead of going out to dinner, buying new cars, going on vacation etc. I warned people several months ago to get ready. I was mocked and told I was fear mongering. These same people are now the ones that are clearing out the shelves.

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    Sweet honey Ice tea says:

    I agree if people would have started getting food sooner even if they started in February instead of 4 days before shelter in place we would have food in grocery stores. But also we are getting supplies from China and now we're not so things may be low because of that and there has been some weather conditions that are making food short like beans from Mexico and onions from India and rice from China ext. People never want to take responsibility for there own actions.

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    Midsouth Homestead says:

    I have been getting stuff a little a time since 2016. I haven't been to the store for a while. I have been hearing that we are selfish and we are boarding up to sell stuff. Noo. We are storing up in good times for the bad times. Like in the BIBLE.

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    Salobrena Smith says:

    I don't believe they are referring to people that prep as hoarders.. they are talking about people that go into the stores especially during this crisis and buying up 300 packages of toilet roll or hand sanitizer depriving the general public access to necessary items.. These people are hoarding with the intent to sell and make money.. and this is wrong. I don't know any prepper that shops like that..I have been slowly building my pantry for 10 years.. and we rotate our stock..

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    John Casey says:

    I had at least 1-2 months of supplies a year before all this went down. The only thing I didn't have was stuff specific for a virus. I remedied this early February buying 50 N95 masks, hand sanitizer and Lysol wipes and spray, well before people went bat shit crazy. Preppers do not contribute to hording, we are each one less person contributing to the hording. Haven't used TP for 5 years, so I wasn't hording that neither.

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    Blanche Long says:

    To my knowledge… a prepper is someone who OVER TIME chooses to stock up on items. AT this time… preppers should be at home taking heed to the rules and regulations that are being issued. The difference being that they should be prepared for this time. It is not these kind of people that are being accused of hoarding…. It is the people who suddenly NOW at this time are buying up all the supplies ( due to NOT being prepared ) at the cost of everyone else not having access to items of necessity… I am living in Canada… I have not been able to find toilet paper for the last month… because of all the people who have given into PANIC buying… The true definition of a prepper is someone who has stocked up in an orderly way… and obviously are coming out shining at the moment.

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    Predestined says:

    It's not fair indeed, just like when Noah was telling people to help build the ark many people were laughing until the time the storm came they wanted to be let in but the door was closed and they got drowned. They used to laugh at people who were preparing themselves or those warning them, as for me I don't feel sorry for them. Matthew 25 ''The Parable of the Ten Virgins
    25 “At that time the kingdom of heaven will be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. 2 Five of them were foolish and five were wise. 3 The foolish ones took their lamps but did not take any oil with them. 4 The wise ones, however, took oil in jars along with their lamps. 5 The bridegroom was a long time in coming, and they all became drowsy and fell asleep.
    6 “At midnight the cry rang out: ‘Here’s the bridegroom! Come out to meet him!’
    7 “Then all the virgins woke up and trimmed their lamps. 8 The foolish ones said to the wise, ‘Give us some of your oil; our lamps are going out.’
    9 “‘No,’ they replied, ‘there may not be enough for both us and you. Instead, go to those who sell oil and buy some for yourselves.’
    10 “But while they were on their way to buy the oil, the bridegroom arrived. The virgins who were ready went in with him to the wedding banquet. And the door was shut''. When this crises is over am sure many people will still go back in their delusional life and carry on in their fake life.

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    Nathaniel Aranda says:

    Preach it 👍🏼 I tried to stock up when I saw cases in states next to me I stocked up a little. I won’t clean out the shelves, because I want other people to get what they need 🙂 I am a Christain. I believe that God will provide but we still need to be wise 😄

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    Linda Wright says:

    Thank you for the wise words. Our household has started our second week of self-quarantine and we are very grateful we already had pandemic supplies (N-95 masks, nitrile gloves, non-vented goggles, Lysol and Clorox sprays and wipes, digital medical thermometers…) as well as self-defense items, long-term food storage and a deep pantry when all of this started.

    Here is my take on this: when you have planned ahead and have savings/food storage/anything else in high demand and short supply, you keep quiet about this. Most dedicated preppers know this. You do this because those who do not have savings and have not prepared will resent anyone who had the foresight to accumulate these desirable things and who will not freely share these things with those who chose not to prepare. You see the same thing happen when someone is known to have won the lottery — every distant relative shows up expecting a share of the winnings. Never mind that those same relatives were not available for any kind of assistance before the lottery win.

    And when you are prepared, common courtesy (and Op Sec) says you do not brag to others about being prepared. And when you choose to help those you care about, you do this quietly without revealing the extent of your preparations. We are preparing a care package of Clorox wipes to mail today to a relative in Washington state who cannot find any where she lives. And you do not criticize/ridicule those who are desperate and panicked by their own lack of preparedness and who are over-buying what you believe to be unnecessary items. One of the blessings of being prepared is that you can stay away from the supermarkets and potential infection while the unprepared people are competing with one another to do last-minute stocking up. Yes, it can be inconvenient when the unprepared buy all of the local stock of toilet paper. But who said being prepared is an guarantee against ever being inconvenienced during the emergency/disaster? Let those of us who are prepared show patience toward those who are having a hard time adjusting to this pandemic threat and who are desperate to stock-up in their too-late efforts to prepare.

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    Rick Hammar says:

    It's always easier for people to blame others for their stupid mistakes. That's what all the negative stuff towards prepper is about. The unprepared don't want to accept responsibility for their unpreparedness so they need someone to blame. It they accepted their short comings they would be reaching out asking for advise rather than condemning. Ironically these irresponsible people are the type of people I hope to avoid in this type of situation so I always avoid the stores when the dumb masses arrive.

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    m. chain says:

    My preps were bought over the last 10 years or more a little at a time . I buy when I find a good sale . I had a garden for years canning my harvest dehydrating shopping bulk stores and farmers markets . I am on a fixed income so I can't afford to wait until the last minute and run out and buying it all at once. Take care and God bless .

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