Today's Public Service Announcement

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No matter where you live, something bad can happen to not only you, but everyone around you. Earthquake, large-scale fire, hurricane, tornado, alien attack, divine retribution, something. If that happens, emergency services will probably be overwhelmed, so you need to be able to take care of yourself until they can get to you.

That's the point behind 72 Hours, a site set up by the San Francisco Office of Emergency Services, who obviously has a vested interest in making the city's citizens self-sufficient for three days (hence the name) if that kind of thing happens. As you might expect, it's skewed towards San Fransisco's likely problems, so not every section is universally applicable - we're not likely to get tsunamis here in northeast Indiana - but there's lots of worthwhile stuff there for everybody.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled featherweight crap and weak humor. [H/T Randy Cassingham's Bonzer Web Site of the Week]

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