Bomb shelter sales boosted by North Korea threat - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Businesses across the United States -- and Japan -- are reporting an
increase in sales of bomb shelters and other survival items as rhetoric
over nuclear weapons ramps up. [...] The bump in U.S. sales this week,
though, appears to be coinciding with increased threats between North
Korea's military and U.S. President Donald Trump. [...] While some bomb
shelters are small -- little larger than panic rooms that can fit in a
garage and sell for $10,000 -- others can cost millions and offer
luxurious living for years."
Donald Trump: Military 'locked and loaded' for North Korea - UPI.com:
UPI reports: "President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that U.S. armed forces are 'locked and loaded' in case the North Korean government takes aggressive
action -- escalating hostile rhetoric with the regime of Kim Jong Un. 'Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should
North Korea act unwisely,' Trump stated. 'Hopefully Kim Jong Un will
find another path!'
Later Friday afternoon, Trump retweeted a post by U.S. Pacific Command
that said B-1 bombers on Guam 'stand ready' if called upon."
Comment: Maybe it's time for the government to dust off those old civil defense plans and maybe acquaint the public with what to do in case of an emergency. We all need to be prepared, right, not just Ventura County. Duck and cover!