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First it was toilet paper.
Next came protective face masks.
Now, the U.S. Mint says, we’re facing a nationwide shortage of physical coins. As in pocket change.
Imagine a scenario where cash has become worthless. It could be hyperinflation, where it takes a wheelbarrow of cash to buy a loaf of bread. Or it could a devastating act of terrorism such as a bio-weapon or an EMP that sets the country back 100 years. Whatever the cause, there could come a day when our money becomes useless.
And it won't necessarily be a nationwide disaster that causes this to happen. In a local disaster such as a powerful hurricane or earthquake, the power will be out which means the banks will be closed. And if they don't reopen, there won't be enough cash to go around.
In any of the above scenarios, people will be forced to barter with one another until power is restored or a suitable currency emerges. In case that ever happens, it's a good idea to have a wide assortment of barter items. That way if someone has something you need, you're more likely to already have something they need...
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A micro survival kit is exactly what it sounds like: A tiny survival kit. It is typically housed in a small tin can and designed to be carried around in your pocket. Alternatively, you can keep it in your vehicle, in a bug out bag, in the office, or anywhere else that is convenient for you.
However, you can't just grab a few of your smallest survival items and throw them into an Altoids tin. To fit everything you need in there, you have to be very strategic. In this video, Wranglerstar explains how to build a micro survival kit using items you can buy at Walmart. Here's what you'll need.
The first thing you need to get is an Altoids tin can, which should be easy to find nearly anywhere. This tin can will be used to house the rest of your survival items...
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New York City is up 33% this year. St. Louis is up 66%. In Oregon it’s up 100%.
I’m not talking about real estate prices, local budget gaps, or even property tax rates.
These are the startling increases in the number of people across the country, and the world, who are in need of food.
Food banks across the Land of the Free are experiencing an enormous surge in demand from people looking to feed their families, many of whom are experiencing such economic hardship for the first time.
The director of a local food bank in western Massachusetts, for example, recently said, “I thought I had seen the worst during the Great Recession [of 2008-2009]. But what we have experienced since March due to COVID-19 has really overwhelmed us.”
I saw a video last week showing thousands of cars “stretching as far as the eye can see” in line to receive free food from a local food bank in my hometown of Dallas, Texas.
Similarly, Miami had a “massive food bank line stretched for two miles.”
But not everyone is willing to enforce such ridiculous measures. Check out what this sheriff in Fulton County, New York has to say.
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