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Walmart Before the Blizzard (8 pics)

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  • 10 Jan, 2014  |
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1 Walmart Before the Blizzard (8 pics)


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№1 Author: robn1 (10 Jan 2014 02:11) Total user comments: 797


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Herd mentality. :13: :14: :15:
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№2 Author: tpk (10 Jan 2014 02:57) Total user comments: 0


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walmart apparently restocks its shelves once daily, poor inventory control
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№3 Author: candysack (10 Jan 2014 03:40) Total user comments: 1436


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well i,too, would shop before the blizzard than during...

the salad picture says a thousand words
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№4 Author: 1234 (10 Jan 2014 06:14) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: why wouldnt you like fruits and vegetables.......id do my shopping weeks in advanced can't go in shop and compete with 300IB savages fighting you for pack eggs
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№5 Author: MWarrior (10 Jan 2014 07:11) Total user comments: 993


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Quote: 1234
.id do my shopping weeks in advanced


But they can't predict a blizzard weeks in advance- and this current "polar vortex" has brought on wind chills in excess of -50 degrees. People usually buy the stores out even if it just says "chance of flurries", so these pics of empty shelves are anything but unexpected. Bread, water, milk, meat- that's the stuff that ALWAYS goes first. And nobody wants a cold friggin' salad when it's sub-zero temperatures outside...
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№6 Author: Lu (10 Jan 2014 19:12) Total user comments: 15082


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If we have two inches of snow here, all the wine racks are empty.
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№7 Author: velio70 (10 Jan 2014 20:16) Total user comments: 1654


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this always amazes me... even in the worst conditions I could probably find enough food to eat for a week or so, even if it's just rice. why would anyone want to deal with the herd of cows in the stores right before a snow storm.
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№8 Author: Boomer (11 Jan 2014 06:54) Total user comments: 181


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Bread & Milk are not "survival foods"!

Beer & pickled eggs....and pretzels. That is the real stuff. :12:
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№9 Author: adzhoe (13 Jan 2014 00:32) Total user comments: 14959


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looks like they got prepared
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