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HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!:D The Bread Man is raking it in today:eek:! Everyone needs to make sure you make it to the store before the blizzard hits:rolleyes:. And if does actually snow, everyone stay warm, and drive carefully.;)
 

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LOL!! Let the panic begin!!!!!!! bbbwaaahhahahahahaaaaaa!!!!
 

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HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!:D The Bread Man is raking it in today:eek:! Everyone needs to make sure you make it to the store before the blizzard hits:rolleyes:. And if does actually snow, everyone stay warm, and drive carefully.;)
Got bread, milk and twinkies. I'm ready!:D
 

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Why the panic all the time I wonder.
I moved here from the white and cold state of North Dakota, was raised in the Midwest and am so glad I never had to endure bread and milk as a staple and sole source during winter storms and blizzards.
Can you imagine eating bread and milk only? Scary isn't it?
I actually saw several interviews with people done during our last BIG threat this week. When asked why the rushed out for those two staples NONE of them knew why, it was just something we always did explained many of them.
Oh well each region has it quirks and I guess that is the one for the SE.
Be safe everyone!
 

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Irish the big thing here is that any freezing shuts this state down! And more often than not many areas also lose power sometimes for several days! in 2000 I went with no heat or running water for 9 days and for the first 6 couldnt even get out of my neighborhood. We get alot more ice than northern states and wetter snows for they freeze up..People with small kids especially have to be careful so it makes folks panicky when they talk "snow". The state has spent much more money since 2000 to prepare and more folks have generators ans such to be more self sufficient but many still rely on last minute prep.
 

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Yep, I remember those storms, I've been here since 1984 and you are right but hey bread and milk why not sterno heaters and camping stoves. LOL
Your correct this area is not prepared for even the slightest amount of ice and wintry precip. But hey, I am living here and not there for a reason Sundrop. Getting too OLD for that life anymore ecxept for an occassional return to hunt and fish with some family and friends.
 

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Nice marbled rye or a 7 grain wheat for me! But I love Bunny Bread for bolony sammiches and PBJs!!
 

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Hey breadman - I'll take couple of loaves and box of those twinkies ;)

You up for a River trip this Wed? I'm hoping my schedule will allow a trip this week, let me know.
TA,I didn't see the invite until today. Give me a call next time, I would have been up for a trip. Went yesterday and caught two flounder in the place you and me went last time. That was it. There were a lot of black drum though.
 

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Hey guys we don't need for people to be discouraged from buying bread. Everyone, and I mean everyone should buy at least 6 or 7 loaves.:D
when i find a good place to get some big happy carp fishin in,me and my boy will take 12 loafs and some vinilla extract please ;)
 
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