Americans have become used to warning before potential disasters.
Americans have become addicted to rushing out to get ready just before something like a snow storm or hurricane hits.
Waiting until the last minute to stock up on supplies is probably a relatively new phenomenon. Or at least one that's become far more prevalent as forecasting has improved in recent years. But waiting until the last minute still has some major pitfalls.
Don and I will talk about differing preparedness philosophies, and discuss some practical applications, Thursday (November 3). The live program starts at 1pm EDT on TalksouthRadio.com. The live call-in number is 678-344-9926. I also monitor comments on Twitter (@TalkSouthRadio) during the show.
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