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  1. Perhaps, but I've seen the same stores after weather forecasts of big snowstorms, and they can be slim pickens. Maybe they're more afraid of the COVID.
  2. I made my weekly trip to Stop and Shop yesterday. Early morning to avoid crowds (I know I'm getting Omicron at some point, but I think it's wise to try and minimize the initial inoculation to give the immune system more time to mount a defense). The only thing I noticed missing was almost all the bagged lettuce, but that is related to a contamination issue. Also, no organic carrots, and no organic golden potatoes. Other than that, shelves seemed well stocked. Plenty of organic frozen sweet corn! But Also completely out of vegan eggs (that just don't sound right), my oh my. Nothing like those pictures from zero hedge, unless you were looking for vegan eggs.
  3. Anyone ever remember being tested for a common cold in.... Ever?
  4. We did just have a couple "major snow storms" and probably a "bomb cyclone" as well... At least we were supposed to. These events, or predictions of such events, usually result in a draw down of groceries and other "necessities." Maybe compounded with COVID fears. I have found it difficult to find organic frozen corn though.
  5. But they wouldn't know during a power outage, right? What's to stop you from having system in place and ready to go in such a situation?
  6. Any advice on north central, I was looking at Ocala area, trying to stay away from the coasts, thinking hurricane damage would be somewhat moderated.
  7. Well, as I said above, that is how they nailed Al Capone.
  8. And white I recommend professional advisors (especially fee only), I still recommend everyone learn as much as possible about your investments and goals, understand your investment, risk, personal risk tolerance, and do your own research. Even if you hire a professional, you will always be your own best advocate.
  9. This probably goes for most of us. I've read many of his posts and I think the Chef is smart enough to know that he shouldn't make critical investment ( or any life decisions) based solely on feedback from an internet gun forum. This is just a place to get ideas and experience of others. Standard disclaimers apply. YMMV
  10. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10353749/IRS-tells-Americans-report-STOLEN-property-drug-money-income.html From IRS publication 17, under other income: "Illegal activities. Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Schedule 1 (Form 1040), line 8z, or on Schedule C (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity."
  11. I am not an accountant, but I think the IRS is just going look at your net profit. As always, one must keep good records and save the receipts, but any valid business expense should be deductible, including mileage to drive to/from the "job site."
  12. You may get away with breaking the law, just don't run afoul of the IRS
  13. They used to send you a little card with a 2d matrix of letters. Every time you login they'd ask for the value of an arbitrary cell (they'd give you the row and column) of that matrix. Basically was an early authenticator.
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