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Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Adventures in applied theology
A Latter-day Saint who writes for the Atlantic reminisces on food stockpiling. One of my best friends in elementary school was a Latter-day Saint and I remember being quite fascinating by his family's one year (no three month softness for them - perhaps that is an east coast heresy) food supply which they kept in a sort of loft in their garage. It always seemed like a pretty reasonable idea to me.
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