A Nurse with a Gun

Saturday, August 30, 2008

A Humble Request

Clean out your freezers.



Anonymous Kathy duTreil said...

Pack your photographs and important things that you can't fit into the car in Ziploc bags and put them all in the dishwasher and lock the door, because it's the only thing that's waterproof in your house.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous rebecca said...

Purchase a dozen or so plastic bins with lids that fit in your freezer and refrigerator. As part of your preparedness plan, put all of your food in the containers. Shut them tight and place them back in the freezer and the refrigerator. (You may have to move your shelving in order to have them fit.)

Also in the freezer, place a clear plastic pitcher with whole ice cubes in it. When you get back home, if the electricity is still off, you can throw away all of the containers without even opening them. No stink! If the electricity has gone off and come back on, you will be able to tell how much has defrosted by looking at the pitcher of ice. If it is a solid block of ice then you know that everything has defrosted -- bad! If the ice cubes were partially melted but many of them are still in the shape of ice cubes, you know it was not a total defrost job.

In any case, you still have your appliances without the disgusting melting liquidation of putrid food. It is all in the containers!

Put the containers on the curb, not your refrigerator.

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dishwashers are not water tight. Bad idea.

11:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep on good terms with your Dallas relative with the big house.

Put your home computer's CPU in the car.

Bring a gas can and roof straps. Fill up the can on the way out of town.

Bring your wedding album, if you still have one.

Lash your boat to the trailer. They will float together, not flipping.

Put anything you can't bring into the attic.

11:11 PM  
Blogger TheBronze said...

Good luck people.

1:12 AM  

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