@Zeke, we got another extension. The text below is copied from nj.com, so folks can avoid giving them the click traffic...but if you want the full story, it was posted there today.
"The expirations dates of drivers’ licenses, vehicle registrations, inspection stickers, non-license IDs and temporary tags will now be extended for several more months to give people more time and to reduce lines at agencies. The MVC extended expiration dates in March and again in May due to closures prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Documents expiring between March 13 and May 31 have been extended to September 30; those expiring between June 1 to August 31 have been extended to December 31. Commercial driver licenses expiration dates were previously extended to September 30."
Barracuda are the worst but you can get ciquatera poisoning from grouper, sea bass, or any reef fish.
IIRC, the blend of herbs and spices was designed to neutralize the poison. Lots of citrus and HOT peppers. Don't know if that's true but I never saw anyone get sick.
There are 450 listings on Gunbroker right now for just the Remington 870
And buckshot was in fact OOS or inflated in 2012 as well. I know because I bought a case of it in May and went to get more after the events and couldn't.
2012 is burned into my memory forever. I got into firearms In 2010.. by the time I was putting together a collection and stacking ammo, and was flush with cash... i found myself twiddling my fingers waiting for instock notifications and overpaying for everything.
many things I could not find back then, are at least available right now..
Like people were fighting over 10rd box mags for 10/22's.... i couldn't even get email notifications fast enough to catch in stock multiple times. Wasn't something I prioritized either, it was just amazing.