So I've gone to Costco and Walmart several times in the past few weeks and noticed a few things. At our local Walmart, the #10 cans of freeze dried camping / emergency foods are almost gone and I haven't seen any restocking. very unusual as I check that area quite a bit and pick up a can when they have something I want. If they are being restocked, they are being bought out as fast as they are being put out. Only the odd or expensive choices are there such as the Powdered Honey or Blueberries for $32 a can are left. Seems like bleach is also a popular item. At Costco last week I saw a lot of people with water and TP in their carts. Saw one guy with a cart literally filled to the brim with several types of canned meats. Today I was there and a couple had one of the large 4 wheel flat carts, and they were loading it with bottled water. (40 bottles per case for $2.99). I grabbed a couple cases myself. But they had more cases of water than I could count. The lady saw me looking and said "We have a cabin with no drinking water so we are stocking up." Could be true or maybe the cabin is for bugging-out or ????? Anyway. . . I just have a feeling that some people are seeing the potential for this virus to disrupt society and are quietly preparing before the mad rush. Wonder how guns and ammo sales are these past couple of weeks. . . Anybody here work in a gun store?