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Great comment steve and you're right there is more more hope of survival in the country and regional areas of low population. I left my city area just before hard lock downs there to try out the country type life and have done ok so far. Farmers start to sell their produce at the farm gates and fishermen are starting to sell fish from boats at the wharf. Hunters will trade meat sometimes for other goods. I think many people know now they will not be able to shop for food or participate in society like they use to.
Am I wrong to feel sorry for those cyborgs. Wifey & I have no cell phones ,just made 27 pints of apple jelly(took over 20# of sugar) from apples I picked and squeezed in my grandfathers 60 yr old apple press (you guys can't imagine the taste of fresh pressed apple juice) Now it's black walnut season where I will haul in 200 gallons of nuts from the tree out back,hull out wash dry in sun then store to crack out for Christmas gifts for friends and family. My advice is throw that tracking crap out and MOVE TO THE COUNTRY.
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