Winter Storm French Toast Alert

Quick buy milk bread and eggs. Why are we making french toast?

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Sir: Get ready for another month of this crap, we currently have a nation wide ski mask shortage.

Tejpal Singh: Loser

TheDeathviper106: Howdy from Salisbury n.c.

MDPrepper: Down here in SC it's usually just Milk and Break. . .milk sandwiches being in very high demand and all that!!!  Stay safe!

DakotaRose56: I know people make fun of you "southerners" who panic when it snows.  Here it has been below zero and snowy and they never call off school!  But let me tell you that here in South Dakota where we are used to blizzards and are raised to be prepared, they are not.  When the weather man says we are going to have a blizzard, people flock to the store and our shelves look just like that too.  People just don't prepare anymore.  I think they are crazy to go out in the storm.  I am usually stocked up, but if I am out of something then we go without it and make something different.  So it is not just down there, it is everywhere.

Tammy Butler: I live in central Alabama and we almost never get snow. So if they say the word snow, it's true all the people run out for essentials like bread, milk, water etc. we got about 4 inches and it completely shut our town down.

Willows Garden: I lived in Chicago for years with blizzards, ect. and this was nothing, but I moved to East TN in 1989, the people here in the south are not prepared for this kind of storm, we get an inch or maybe two, but this storm came from nowhere and hit the lower states hard! They very rarely ever get snow, so they where not used to dealing with this situation. A lot of people where stranded and the kids had to spend the night at schools, ect., just saying it has been rough on so many people!

grandma lynda: Here in Northern Ontario we get such a laugh when we see the news stories about your storms. That picture is just a normal winter snow flurries around here. Stock powdered milk and you can crack the eggs into a freezer bag and freeze them. that way you can have french toast whenever you want it.

long13hair: preppers were the only ones stocked up . maybe some people will learn . you can not fix stupid. 
cheers 

Chris Castellano: Don't forget the TP..... 

Greg Helms: Everybody loves their milk sammiches!!!

ironhead41: being a prepper, I didn't have to go to the store either.....but this storm even caught me by surprise and I watch the weather every chance I get.......as of Monday morning, the weather was only 30% rain for Tuesday afternoon.....that changed by Monday before I got home.....

the mi woodsman: this will open up some eye to those who don't prep !

Oldtimer Lee: That was for a snow storm with little threat of power outages where I live in NC. Yet, the shelves here looked about the same. If it had been an ice storm warning, there wouldn't have been anything left of a long list of items. Batteries, bread, beer, baked beans, and honeybuns, to name a few. 

theHighDesertPioneer: Flatlanders just can't handle it. lol

gerald b: just think how fast the food went over a little bit of snow now think what would happen in a really long event if the store couldnt get trucks to restock the shelves how long could most people go then toss in some ice to take out the power grid and see how things go 

Wolverine Prepper: The panicking hordes of the unprepared. They are like locusts. That is why we stock up brother. Thanks for sharing this video. It shows how quick things go. Hope you get thawed out.

delana phelps: I make most of my bread :))

Michelle's Crafts & More: LOL  That is how it looks here in my NC town, too.  As soon as they see the first snow flake, it is time to ht the grocery store and wipe the shelves out because who knows when the might get out again!  LOL  The only reason I hit Aldi today (which was fully stocked) was to get some chips and cheese and because I was already out for a dr.'s appointment.

John Strabismus: People don't prepare because they're busy, they're procrastinators, or they don't listen to the news. I think all of us fall into one of those categories sometimes.  

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