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Addictions... your Achilles Heel WTSHTF

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  • #31
    This is why I believe that stacking up on different "addiction stuff" might become very valuable in dark times. And the huge advantage is, that most of those survive for ages... Alcohol, tobacco... Tea and coffee if packed properly.

    Btw, I am the kind of person who does not start without coffee, but not long ago I found "the mushroom coffee" from Four Sigmatic and this is a real kick-starter. If I need energy... We I feel like a chipmunk after this. It is from Finland I think and not sure you can buy in US though.


    • #32
      I firmly believe in the power of 'shrooms for their medicinal properties and general good taste in recipes. Some of them are famous for their energizing properties. So yeah, I am not surprised that there are blends that are substituted for coffee, or added to coffee...

      Which of these do you like to kick-start your day?


      • #33
        I gave up smoking 24 years ago and I gave up alcohol 19 years ago. cant think of anything.


        • #34
          Grumpy Gremlin: Good to see you posting again. Welcome back. We are all hoping Diesel has fixed the problems, and some of the older members will come back.
          The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.

          Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is you are stupid, and make bad decisions.


          • #35
            Coffee is my “addiction” of choice. SHTF I’ll just switch to drinking chaga. No caffeine, but it’s a great substitute hot drink.

            I like the idea of having a stash of cigarettes and booze for barter.


            • #36
              I began to brew beer itself and it is delicious because brewing it is simple and complex..first, like I think when you read the instruction and recommendations all very sloveno. but then when you start to do step by step everything becomes easier and easier and clearer and clearer. And when I cooked my beer I realized that the taste is just incredible and it was definitely worth it. I decided that the next time I will prepare a cheltenham live large barrel of beer and call all the guests for what would we tasted it. I think they'll like it and considering I made it myself it's super