Occasionally I will go to a restaurant but not that often.
Mostly I eat at home.
I have enough money to eat as long as I purchase wisely.
I can pay my lights and heat and internet and TV.
My home taxes are about $25 a month or thereabouts..
My car insurance is $103 a month.
My total utilities are about $300 a month.
I get $683 Social Security after my Medicare Payment Deduction of about $100.
That leaves me about $250 a month for gas and food and recreation.
I do OK.
I'm satisfied and I have everything I need.
I bought a potato truck for fall harvests that should make me $8,000 annually for about six weeks each fall starting next year.
I went backwards a few thousand this year with all my startup costs.
That's about $700 a month additionally.
A ton of money for me.
I spend most of that on my grandkids.
A great enjoyment for me.
We are all seven days away from starvation and we don't know it.
We think this is going to go on forever because that's how it has always been.
We who live in the land of plenty.
Plenty of money.
Money buys everything.
Until the rationing begins..
World War Two and 1973 I believe it was..
About everything in World War Two was rationed and gasoline in 1973.
The hoarders and survivalists and stock pilers and just people in general who stock their shelves and freezers can last a few months or better.
Those are the few..
I'm good for some weeks on my frozen meat and I can go fishing.
The sixty million people who voted for Donald Trump and his KGB wife can do OK for a period of time as far as food and drink go and they have lots of guns and ammunition so nobody can take it from them.
The massive grocery warehouses for the grocery chains are mostly owned by christians too.
The same with medicine and pharmacies.
They have filtration for the air we breathe and water we drink and lots of sanitation stuff.
Seven and a half billion people are going to take a lot of feeding and watering.
Then they will need heat if they live in the cold country.
Then they got to have something to do.
They got to move about and socialize and be with their friends and family.
The children and young ones will laugh and play and have fun through everything and doing everything..
We ate all the goats in the Rocky Mountains during the great depression of 1929 I believe it was..
Bread and soup lines as far as the eye could see..
This in the land of milk and honey and a global population of two and a half billion persons..
We have tripled that today.
That's five billion more people to clothe and feed and provide energy.
In good times.
We don't want to hear about bad times or collapsing economies or war or disease..