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Atlanta residents ransacked neighborhood grocery stores over Storm

Empty shelves in Atlanta merely foreshadow future mass panic in America-waging fights over food items and leaving destruction and empty shelves in their wake, a stunning precursor to what will ensue once a major crisis impacts the U.S-According to people who Tweeted photos of barren store shelves, residents went crazy over essentials like milk, water and eggs, and in some cases "people were fighting. Yes fighting," alleges one user.

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Female, 54, Chicago, IL

Posted February 14, 2014

The question being asked is if it happen in Alanta Georgia or other cities in Georgia? Anyway the behavior in any kind of storm is normal (I would not do it though because I will be to scared that I might get hurt out there in the crowd)_That kind of behavior is called "The Panic" they were thinking of starvation and possibly dieing just in case the stores stayed closed because the storm did not let up_Fighting_It must have been over something that one wanted,but couldn't get because somebody else wanted it or it could have had something to do with pushing or rather shoveling_People tend to panic when they think that they are going to die,but still they do not seem to not do the low down and dirty sh!t though_You people only get one life so learn to live it right instead of living it wrong_Those racist white people and Those racist foreign people will do way more wrong then they will right__usfg/cia/mrd

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