Start of pandemic when you bought 10 extra rolls of toilet paper at the supermarket. Also: a term to describe Western countries' purchasing patterns of COVID-19 vaccines and CORONA PROFITEERING.
Carly Busta: I mean, this is related to another question I have on my list, which was what things would you suggest stocking up on while there is still this pretense of abundance? So like right now, I know when I went to the grocery store—I know my grocery store was just like low on the list of stores to get stocked—but there was like nothing. And I had the thought, “Oh, my God, it's like the last bottle of rose.” You get into this LARP of like, wartime scarcity. I mean, it's not true. But I think there's —
Daniel Keller: It's also just not a LARP I mean, this is the thing. We're, what, how many weeks into this, and there could be supply chain disruptions that we just, you know, are unimaginable to us because we've never experienced them. That's not that doomer I just mean, like, maybe we won't have bananas, you know
CB: It's definitely like depression era, like our grandparents talking about never having seen a banana so forgot to peel it…