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August 30, 2014

A ONE-MONTH SUPPLY

Japan gov't calls on citizens to stockpile toilet paper

(Thanks to Rich Steurer)

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New or used?

NY Times editorial page stockpiles are on the way.

My late stepmother was Japanese and always had 50+ rolls of toilet paper on hand and this was in the wild backcountry of Honolulu. I guess it's a cultural thing.

I wonder if I should lay in a supply for a regular month or a month when the power's gone out and you have to eat the stuff in the refrigerator before it goes bad. A regular month's worth doesn't last a week in the latter case.

Someone is on a roll....

I've always wondered why so many of our oriental new Canadians buy toilet paper in 50 roll packages. Tidal waves in Toronto are rare but it pays to be prepared!

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