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    Cool Emergency preparedness

    So I am in the area that is being pummeled by Sandy and my cellar
    has begun to fill with water. Which means anything flushed down the toilet
    ends up in the cellar. (If it gets bad enough, ultimately the street.)
    Fortunately, I find myself uniquely prepared for just such an eventuality:
    24/7 for sanitary reasons. (Take that diaper skeptics.)

    I did notice that the emergency checklists usually include diapers, but I
    don't think they mean quite this way.

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    That's good to hear you are prepared, stay safe and stay dry ; )

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    In a long therme emergency situation, needing diapers will be a painfull requirement.
    Those that are trully incontinent might endure very unsanitary living condition when their stock run out and their supplyer is closed.

    Not to mention those that require medical treatments or aid.

    It all fall to natural selection if society don't prevail over nature state.

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    Default Emergency preparedness

    Thoughts and prayers go out to all you in the east. Stay dry and prepared

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    Where I live has already been issued a state of emergency. We have wind warnings flash flood warnings we're being told to stay away from windows. Here's a picture of the town after Irene.
    https://imo.im/fd/G/GeFdGj9UtU/6a00d...970d-450wi.png
    And here's one of Before it.
    https://imo.im/fd/B/0XLEORuLio/bfstore.jpg
    Wish us luck. We'll be stranded once it really starts going.

    - - - Updated - - -

    2 minuites ago we were told it would start. There's a lot of wind.

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    Hope everyone who lives in the path of this storm stays safe & dry

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    My diaper supply is at home, and I'm at school
    I really wish I had more Bambinos here.... But it's better that I stay in my dorm, away from large bodies of water, without diapers, than at home, with diapers and high risk of flooding. I just hope that my parents will be okay, and that there isn't too much damage done to the house.

    It also doesn't help that I came down with flu-like symptoms recently... Which makes me want to curl up in bed, diapered, with my pacifier and plushies.

    Prayers to everyone else on the east coast!!

    Edit:
    The wind and rain is already looking ugly. Don't think I'll be leaving my room for a while!

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    "Some day a real rain will come and wash all the scum off the streets." only it's a fullout storm and it's the eastern seaboard

    It'll be interesting to see how fast rich white people get their towns rebuild compared to the "effort" at the lost city of new orleans still that was just poor people and black folk.

    FEMA (force evacuation mass annihilation ) ftw :

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    Quote Originally Posted by KinkyPants View Post
    ....
    It'll be interesting to see how fast rich white people get their towns rebuild compared to the "effort" at the lost city of new orleans still that was just poor people and black folk.
    ....
    Lots of poor folk here, many of them black. So one doesn't have to go to New Orleans to see the contrast.
    Fortunately we don't have Michael Brown running things (or not running things).

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