West Coast Field Report

-Team 1,2,3,4, has been in the field all day, up and down California/ Oregon / Washington

  • At least cali area, They had cold weather last week, then scorching weather now. (Salinas)

-Thousands of dollars and man power gone to waste.

-Too hot to plant now

  • Plus not much water, rain is gone. Farmers legit scared.

  • Team 2 goes to Fresno to check out Cow Territory.

  • Usually you see tons of cows from the freeway. Not this time.

  • The dairy farms looked like squalors.

  • Do you remember over a month ago, there was intel in Doomsday about military buying the whole herd? It makes sense now.

  • Team 2 checked the supermarkets in Fresno, You feel the gloom and doom in the air. The markets look like there is supply. when you look closer. You noticed is not true, its a display trick.

  • Team 2 observed There is only long grain, No basmati, or calrose or jasmine or sweet rice No mahatma brand. Just weird brands repacked in one pound. Usually a can was a buck, now is 3 bucks for beans. There is no variety.

-Usually a can was a buck, now is 3 bucks for beans.

-No toilet paper or paper towels, Surprisingly 99 cents store has supply. At least for now, No eggs tho, No seeds, all are gone. But they do have garden supplies. Like coconut soil for a buck, plus seedling trays.

  • Team 3 in Los Angeles was given the assignment to buy a freezer, here is how it went.

  • none at Best Buy or Lowe’s,

  • Home Depot. Huge line, 1 hour wait minimum,

Team 3 tried getting the floor model and succeeded. You need to open it and get the sku number then go to the store manager. We got a Frigidaire 15 cu for $660 minus $50 discount for being floor model.

  • Team 4 was on meat duty. Markets have meat but again no variety, Ranchers are selling direct to consumer on facebook marketplace. Half cow for 2k. But you need to pay deposit, Hence the freezer from Team 3.

  • Team 4 has also been instructed to hunt at restaurant liquidators for market grade slicer.

Conclusion from All 4 teams.

-Very useful if you have to prep your animal

  • We do not know how the markets will continue operating

  • Society might pivot to delivery only

  • And with that no many options and a lot of replacements

  • Non essential production will be discouraged

  • All those prepackaged foods we took for granted might disappear from the shelves to feed Military and Hospitals.

  • Empty shelves are spread with one item purposeful

  • In one market there was toilet paper but it was being sold by the roll $1

  • And the bottle water also 3 x $1

  • Alcohol is not being restocked

  • Ralphs and Albertson used to keep it pretty stock, now you see the empty spaces.

  • No sharpeners at home depot,

  • Foggers are now $9 for the 1 gallon, $15 for the 2 gallons, bigger sizes gone.

-Gardening area at all Home Depot’s was packed, no seedling trays, no hydroponics either, very few veggies, tons and tons of flowers and cactus.

  • Which means normies wised up

-At the Wholesalers, There was a new batch of supplies, no rice but a lot of flour. The 25 pound bag was $15 at canton food.

  • Wholesale had toilet paper, paper towels, rice, flour, no beans.