Across the U.S., “preppers” have been planning for an event like the coronavirus pandemic for years.Now, as a run on toilet paper and necessary supplies have created vast lines and panic in our nation’s supermarkets and stores, some are able to sit back and relax — while being humble enough to avoid saying “I told you so.”“We’re not laughing. We’re not saying ‘I told you so,’ when people are out there fighting over toilet paper and hand sanitizers,” said Ohio resident Paul Buescher.US CORONAVIRUS CRISIS COULD LAST 18 MONTHS OR MORE, FEDERAL PLAN WARNS: REPORT In this Friday, March 13, 2020 photo, Paul Buescher poses by his ham radio, in Northfield Center Township, Ohio. Buescher is one of 32 members of a group in northeastern Ohio that shares a farm packed with enough canned and dehydrated food and water to last for years.  (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Buescher shares a farm with 32 other members of a group in Ohio. It’s packed with enough canned and dehydrated food and water to last for years. As the coronavirus continues to spread, he says people call him all day long asking for advice.Penny Richards, a postal carrier, has continued to “prep” after a tornado impacted her area nine years ago


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