I did get my normal groceries on Sunday, and so yes, I did buy bread and milk. The thing that irks me is that usually the "milk-bread run" people are the ones that live 5 minutes away from a store. So when people like me, who actually live out in the country where the nearest store is 20-30 minutes away, go to the store, all that's left is generic wheat bread that no one else wants. It's a mentality, really, that people think they have to "stock up" before a storm. Have your regular ammenities and maybe a little extra, but don't go bonkers. In this day and age, how often is it really that it storms so badly we physically can't get out to get more food before we starve to death?
A side funny story: this morning on the news, they interviewed a local grocery store manager about people "stocking up". He said everyone's buying bread, milk, and eggs, so apparently whenever there's a big snow storm, everyone needs to make French Toast for some reason!