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Nose breathing is more effective in filtering dust and smoke, therefore when in an area filled with smoke such as a forest fire, try to ...
So-called "jerrycans" were developed during WW2 to transport water and gasoline on vehicles. NEVER EVER BUY A USED JERRYCAN! Regard...
The FEMA manuals recommend the use of "Duct" tape to have on hand for emergencies. Well...surprise...there is "duct tape" and then there ...
Like most people, I always believed advice to "stay off the phone during a storm" this was an urban myth. I figured the chances of this ...
Are there bags, boxes, totes, etc. that are designed specifically for waterproof storage of documents and papers?
Many car doors can be opened by using a tennis ball with a hole in it. Without a key. Take a tennis ball and use a knife to make a small ...
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