Comment: Very good!

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Very good!

The hurricane and tornado exclusions were just plain dumb. And he did not mention that all Florida, in spite of the beautiful climate, has no nutrients in its soil. No petroleum based fertilizer - no crops. The area surrounding the Okeechobee is the only exception.

The Midwest could be a good choice. The Mississippi delta could be stellar. Any delta has water and great soil. Food can always be preserved. Most of the Western states would probably be too dry. The Northeast could be fine too although it is quite heavily populated.

I think the video maker must have been from Jackson County, FL.