A couple of weeks ago a real life disaster happened in my area. A major tornado ripped through and left power out for two day's and many people homeless. Did armed bands start marauding? Did people start killing and eating (yechh!) each other? Did an "every man for himself" attitude prevail? Not hardly. The first thing that happened was neighbors getting together to provide help. No government authority, just rural people helping out. Some of my former National Guard and LEO friends drove to the area, (picking me up along the way), and provided food, shelter, and security to the people affected. No great fanfare, just did what had to be done. Local Law Enforcement was overwhelmed, of course, but there was not one incident of looting. Everybody was packing openly which is NOT against the law, but I also saw some pretty suspicious bulges. The main point is people helped each other, didn't turn predator, and that is how most Americans will react. ANd John, what are going to do with your wife when your pedalling that mountain bike hunting dog's to eat? Or would you have eaten her already?