Emergency Preparedness – Think a Gallon of Gas is Expensive?
A 16 oz. Diet Snapple costs $1.29, or $10.32 per gallon. A 20 oz. Gatorade is $1.59, or $10.17 a gallon. With the most “real fruit juice”, a 16 oz. Ocean Spray is only $1.25, or $10.00 a gallon.
Get sick and you’re in real trouble. A 1.5 oz. bottle of Scope is $.99, or $84.48 a gallon, Pepto Bismol (4 oz. at $3.85) is $123.20 per gallon, and Vick’s Nyquil (6 oz. for $8.35) is a whopping $178.13 a gallon.
Doctors say most people become susceptible to sickness because they don’t drink enough water.
Evian Spring* Water at $1.49 for 9 ounces, costs only $21.19 per gallon, and no one knows its’ source. (Did you know that EVIAN spelled backwards is NAÏVE?) Is the drinking fountain that bad?
Eat good food, stay healthy and drink lots of water – find your own tap, and you can afford gasoline.
*Do you think they call it spring water because it’s bottled only in March, April and May?
For more information contact (your emergency preparedness specialist).
SEE THE NEED AND THEN PROCEED, TO BE PREPARED.