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Alright everyone, what is the thing about Milk, Eggs & Bread when it snows.  I don't know about you but I stocked up on BEER & STEAKS yesterday.

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Hubby went to Harps a couple of hours ago and they were totally out of milk.
Wm had no bread or BACON? but lots of milk. How did the cows know to make more?
I was at Harps before 2pm and they was out of Milk, eggs, bananas, potatoes and other things.
I often catch myself wondering what all these folks are going to do with all this bread and milk??? Is a snow day really the code for "We will make and eat French Toast all day???" Is there an equal demand for maple syrup??? Inquiring minds want to know!!! And yes, I wonder how those cows are smart enough to know that production needs to go up and keep prices low? Cows well versed in Macroeconomics???? Hmmmmm...*ponders*
I have never understood that either.  People shoudl be stocking up on canned goods and things that don't have to be cooked in case the power goes out.  Bread I can see. 

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