Like an escape plan of jumping into the lion enclosure when the tigers get loose.
Face it NY'rs, you are doomed if the SHTF. Storm Sandy had them defecating in the hallways after a few days. The EBT mob had not even had time to get hungry.
If I were stuck in NYC when the SHTF, I would barricade my apartment lobby entrance with the help of like-minded neighbors, bug-in with my sizable stash of canned goods and bottled water, and wait for the EBT-induced mayhem to subside. Bugging out, unless you can do so before the panic takes hold, would suicidal.
Things would probably turn out better if I had a firearm or a machete or something, but Bloomburgler frowns on such things.
Face it NY’rs, you are doomed if the SHTF. Storm Sandy had them defecating in the hallways after a few days. The EBT mob had not even had time to get hungry.
Don’t remind me. My kid lives there. I can’t convince her to prep beyond a case of bottled water. It just worries me every single day.
Of course, her company whisked her out of there during Sandy. She didn’t get home for a week.
I suppose I could get her to prep for such a scenario again.
Just wish she’d quit and come home.