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for the people around the planet a question....

 
Anonymous Coward
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06/06/2012 08:29 AM
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for the people around the planet a question....
do you have prepper in your country like here in america and if so what doom is of most concern?
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06/06/2012 08:32 AM
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Re: for the people around the planet a question....
a handfull here maybe.
me, @ 1 foot above sealevel I don't bother.
and who wants to survive in a FUBAR world anyway?
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Re: for the people around the planet a question....
Sounds like a dumbass question a TV watching sheeple would ask...


This is why they are taking the lunatic fringe mainstream... so idiots will infiltrate.
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06/06/2012 08:36 AM
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Re: for the people around the planet a question....
yellow leaf tomato doom without a doubt

As tomato harvest gets underway in the Bowen region in north Queensland, growers are inspecting their crops for signs of the tomato yellow leaf curl virus.

The exotic disease was only detected in Bowen last October, five and a half years after it was first found in the south-east of the state.

The virus is transmitted from plant to plant by the silverleaf whitefly and can cause serious crop losses.


[link to www.abc.net.au]

precursor detected:

Tomatoes are through the roof

TOMATOES could be off the menu for at least two months with prices skyrocketing to $10/kg after flooding and frost crippled supply.

Crops in four key areas up Australia's east coast have been destroyed, with those surviving in limited supply due to delayed plantings.

growers in southwest NSW and northern Victoria were hit with a double whammy, when their crops that survived floods were affected by a frost.

Port Macquarie mother of two Linvana Hanlan said her children loved tomatoes but she would look at alternative sandwich options such as grated carrots and lettuce


[link to www.news.com.au]
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Re: for the people around the planet a question....
Sounds like a dumbass question a TV watching sheeple would ask...


This is why they are taking the lunatic fringe mainstream... so idiots will infiltrate.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


interesting theory.......it makes sense
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06/06/2012 08:55 AM
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Re: for the people around the planet a question....
Sounds like a dumbass question a TV watching sheeple would ask...


This is why they are taking the lunatic fringe mainstream... so idiots will infiltrate.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


hey adminstrator i have evoked a responce from you once again . and as before i have illicited a emotional responce.
very interesting.

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