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The XMRE 1300xt is designed as a military mre meal that can also meet the needs of the civilian market.

Each option includes 12 MRE Meals per case.

Food Storage Resources / Re: New canning flats deals/buys?
« Last post by Redman on Today at 09:12:04 AM »
$7.00 box or $0.58/jar free shipping over $35.00. I ordered 5 boxes, tax put it over $35.
Food Storage Resources / Re: New canning flats deals/buys?
« Last post by Stwood on Today at 08:12:01 AM »

In mentally sitting here ck'in the jar stash, I got a grimach from across the table.....
Current Severe Emergency Situations / Re: US South Pre-Winter Snowstorm
« Last post by iam4liberty on Yesterday at 10:34:21 PM »
Florida, it is your turn to take action.  Please check on elderly neighbors.

Bundle up! Frost advisory issued for most of Central Florida
'It's going to be cold,' News 6 meteorologist Tom Sorrells says

A frost advisory is in effect early Wednesday for most of Central Florida as temperatures will hover near freezing in areas north of Orlando.

The advisory will be in effect from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. in Marion County as lows will be around 32 degrees. The rest of Central Florida, excluding Brevard County and coastal Volusia County, will be under a frost advisory from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Orlando will see a low near 38, about 10 degrees above the record low.

"The wind won't be much of a factor, but that will allow a heavy frost to form in some areas," News 6 meteorologist Tom Sorrells said. "It's going to be cold."

The cold snap has prompted homeless shelters and churches to open their doors for those seeking shelter.
Current Severe Emergency Situations / Re: Extreme cold in China
« Last post by iam4liberty on Yesterday at 10:27:41 PM »
It isnt over yet, record lows still being recorded.

Cold to linger as frigid air moves south

Below-normal temperatures are expected to persist across central and eastern parts of China from Monday to Wednesday after record lows for early December were set at seven national weather observation stations on Sunday, forecasters said.

An observation station - one of the seven - in Pinggu district, Beijing's northeastern areas, recorded a new low of -15.8 C around 2 am on Sunday, the Beijing Meteorological Service said.

It added that the mercury in the city's Tanghekou town plunged to a record -21.8 C on Saturday, and that 15 other weather observatories in the city saw their coldest early December in 10 years over the weekend.

Record lows have also been recorded in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province, and in Xianning, Hubei province, the China Meteorological Administration said.

As frigid air continues to flow south, subzero temperatures will reach parts of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces, as well as the southwestern province of Guizhou, the administration said.

Since the first national blue alert for cold this winter was issued on Dec 4, large parts of China have been shivering in frigid temperatures, some accompanied by strong winds and snow.
Excellent 20 minute collection of video clips from Andreas Antonopoulos on the realities of bitcoin technology as a store of value, medium of exchange, unit of account, comparisons to gold, and HODLing.

Bitcoin Q&A: What is the appeal of sound money?

What functions of money does the current stage of bitcoin fulfill? What is the current popular use case? Why will unit of account be the last function we achieve? Which use cases will accelerate bitcoin adoption in western countries (ex. Germany)? Why should we not be so hard on speculation and hedging against devaluation? What is the appeal of sound money? Will bitcoin become a world reserve currency? Why is gold not a good medium of exchange? How do we incentivize spending of bitcoin, when the current trend is to hold? Why is HODLing simultaneously hard? Why do mainstream economists call it "hoarding" instead of "saving"?
Emergency Preparations / Re: Price of gas this week?
« Last post by Stwood on Yesterday at 05:26:14 PM »
Emergency Preparations / Re: Price of gas this week?
« Last post by iam4liberty on Yesterday at 04:55:29 PM »
Oops.  :-[

So we can expect for the prices to stay down for a while??

OPEC cuts are expected to be rolled out over the first six months of 2019.  So price shouldnt be heavily impacted by it for a few months.

Have you bought your comfort food yet?
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