My preparations a like a baby compared to being truly prepared, but they're still better than most all of my peers. I've got about
*20 cans of soup
*a half dozen bags of powdered soup mix
*a dozen cans of peas/corn
*a 5 lb bag of potatoes
*a few boxes of pancake mix
*a dozen cans of salmon
*25 pounds of brown rice
*some spices/bullion cubes/lemon and lime juice to add some flavor to what I'm eating
*several jars of powdered drink mix so that I'm not just drinking water 24/7 (mix of lemonade and gatorade)
*several jars of peanut butter and jelly
*about 4 loaves of bread (some fresh, some frozen)
*some choclate, since sweets are nice things to have to break up the monotony of emergency rations.
*I don't have any water saved but I have some pots to boil water, a few packs of iodine water treatment tablets, one of those ultraviolet water purification steripens, and a few backpacking water filters. I'll probably make a sand filter to filter out impediments to render water clear enough for my steripen if I need to. There are a few streams nearby that I can fetch water from for purification.
*Several bottles of acetaminophen, ibuprofen, vitamin C, vitamin D, 60 ounces of bulk hand sanitizer that I bought on sale a year ago, and about two quarts of rubbing alcohol.
*two gallons of liquid bleach>>262697
I've got about 24 rolls of TP, but I'm a bidet-chad so that will last fucking years so long as the power stays on. But I'll make due if I need to. Our ancestors didn't have TP.
I'm not really expecting utilities to go out from this, but I do have some solar panels to recharge some of my electronics like my steripen and cellphone.
It's mostly the foodstuff that I've bought recently. Not all of it is nonperishable, but I'm expecting the utilities to stay on at least at first. We're supposed to be working from home next week, and I'm going to make some beef stew in my slow cooker to start off the telework period. I'll move through the perishables first and save the nonperishables for later. I wish that I wasn't so reliant upon premade mixes and knew how to git-gud with baking things from scratch with flour and such. I do have some salt, sugar, baking soda, and self rising flour. Maybe I'll try to learn the basics and bake some biscuits or something if I'm stuck in quarantine with nothing to do. I've got a wood burning stove that I can use to make my cooking fires more fuel efficient if the power goes out and takes my oven with it.
I recognize that my preparations are kinda half-assed and disorganized, but it's better than having nothing.
Oh yeah, I've got my AR-15 and about a thousand rounds of ammo. Wish I had more. I also wish that I had some soft armor that was good enough to stop some nigger's 9mm, but I'm not expecting things to reach rooftop korean levels of happening. I'm not concerned about myself so much as I'm worried about my parents and my normal-fag sister.
One potential thread of concern is that my co-workers know that I'm fairly prepared, which is a bit of an opsec failure. I'm too much of a softy and wanted to encourage them to be prepared. "Silly anon and your conspiracy theories, the city's not gonna be locked down." "HOLY SHIT the city is locked down." Still, most of them live in the city while I live in the county. They'll need to get past the niggers to get to me. Most of them don't know which apartment in my apartment complex is mine anyway.