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#1
"I know we're running low on burrito wrappin's n' shit, but"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/foo...644472001/

day by day Idiocracy becomes a predictive documentary
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#2
Is it an evolutionary cult de sac?

Some people don’t deserve to exist
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#3
(07-04-2019, 04:09 AM)iamhe Wrote: "I know we're running low on burrito wrappin's n' shit, but"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/foo...644472001/

day by day Idiocracy becomes a predictive documentary



My prepper groups are full of photos of Grocery Stores (ie Kroger and Walmart) being OUT of Stock Canned Vegetables.

with signs saying it will last until the end of August.



not made it into main stream media yet, seems like it'd be news.
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#4
next year is NOT looking good, many MANY  crop failures
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#5
(07-10-2019, 08:34 AM)iamhe Wrote: next year is NOT looking good, many MANY  crop failures


Can you cite some anecdotal evidence?

around here it appears that 95% of farmers finally got stuff in the ground,
late, but growing good.

Home Veggy crops flooded out a fair portion, but no more than many years do with drought and frost etc


I'm curious what others see around the Country.
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(07-10-2019, 12:20 PM).DaveGillie Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 08:34 AM)iamhe Wrote: next year is NOT looking good, many MANY  crop failures


Can you cite some anecdotal evidence?

around here it appears that 95% of farmers finally got stuff in the ground,
late, but growing good.

Home Veggy crops flooded out a fair portion, but no more than many years do with drought and frost etc


I'm curious what others see around the Country.

Everything is in the ground in Central Illinois over a month ago.  Corn is close to tasseling now, maybe a week behind normal.  Yields will be normal to excellent at the present rate.  Still have to watch for wind and/or hail, and possibly even dryness, but that is always a July concern.  MOL normal hereabouts.

oly
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#7
I believe the information to be accurate

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-0...over-globe
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#8
(07-10-2019, 03:51 PM)iamhe Wrote: I believe the information to be accurate

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-0...over-globe

I normally like zerohedge,

but that article seemed a bit wacko extreme!!

from citing tiny crop issues to ................
especially the part about "41 million Americans go hungry every day",
sheeeeeesshhhh, we're FAT - all of us, duh
and then that bit about "we may exceed more than a reduction in population of one-third and reach the levels of the 14th century of 50%", yea right.
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#9
Corn and soybean farmers here aren't the least little bit worried about having a large crop.

The genuinely smart farmers worry about who they are going to be able to sell it to.

oly
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(07-07-2019, 05:46 PM)DaveGillie Wrote: My prepper groups are full of photos of Grocery Stores (ie Kroger and Walmart) being OUT of Stock Canned Vegetables.

with signs saying it will last until the end of August.

NOT seeing any shortages on my side of the lake.

But at this time everyone here seems to be gorging themselves on the bumper crops of strawberries, cherries, blueberries, Kiwis, etc.
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