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Message Subject Covid19/LEVINE:TEMPORARY BURIALS IN NYC PARK,PER 10 CASKETS SOON P8101/ B.JOHNSON TO ICU P8183/DOES VIRUS HIDE IN CELLS & LATER REACTIVATE? P8113
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So GLPers, (<--- is that the term? Sorry, I am new pretty new.)

I am taking what is going on pretty serious and I have a few questions (Which I am sure people want to know, myself included):

1.) What are the best threads for prepping? I am sure some people would want to know; including myself.

2.) What are the best threads for self-sustainment after prepping supply runs out?

3.) What are the best threads for medical treatment?

4.) What are the best threads to cover the stuff to know or have on hand about surviving for when this thing does finally blow up?

I will be honest this shit looks bad very bad from my end; like BAD very BAD; literally beyond easily describing or explaining why bad.

I know the time for prepping is coming to an end where I am. Though I think there are people that still have time depending on their location.
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November 1918 was a very special time, too, because the end of the Great War was expected almost any day, and a rumour spread at the Show on Friday 8 November that an armistice had been signed. A crowd gathered around Derry’s Brass Band to celebrate, but as the afternoon wore on there was no official confirmation. Then the hot nor’west day suddenly changed to a cold wet southerly, and one old lady I interviewed said that as a young woman she had dressed up in all her finery for the races and was caught by the southerly change and got soaked to the skin while waiting for a tram on Lincoln Road. That was the start of the flu for her, and for hundreds of other people in Christchurch. Other eyewitnesses who had been at the races remembered seeing people collapsing and being carried off by St John Ambulance stretcher-bearers. One lady told me the women’s rest room looked like a wartime casualty clearing station, with bodies lying everywhere, even on the floor. This flu struck suddenly, and was ten times worse than ordinary flu. People just collapsed and went unconscious. Other survivors told me they just felt pole-axed, and had to go to bed and were too ill and delirious to get up for days on end.

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