Well, I hope people are looking out for the marauding hoards. This situation reminds me of some 20 years ago. I literally lived next to some guy in a bunker. It was kind of creepy, but this guy lived in an underground bunker. I don't recall actually seeing the man. A TV camera would follow you as people moved around on the public sidewalk. I once got into a discussion about him with other neighbors. I contended when we have a fall of government and roving hoards are looking for food, people like bunker guy will be the first to die. My neighbor, who wished he had a bunker like our other neighbor, thought bunker people would carry on for society when folks like me were dead. I disagreed.
Why? I'm gong after bunker people and other survivalists if things get that bad.. I'll light fires under their ventilation shafts to smoke them out, get heavy equipment to dig them out--whatever. They are going first as they're stuck. I'm forming my own roving hoard. We'll be mobile and we'll go after people like bunker guy, who are stuck in one place. Yes we will. Now, I don't think it's quite come to that yet. But Safeway's shelves were almost completely bare yesterday. Somebody is hoarding a hell of a lot of food. Worse yet, there's no toilet paper to be had anywhere in Tucson.