Right. Am I the only one who thought the advice was odd, to head to a nice-looking house with kids toys when you're being followed by a creep? I suppose the point is to move to surroundings that are populated by presumably reputable people, but this seems a bit like endangering others to me. This is an interesting and conversation-provoking article, but let me respectfully suggest the "survival" advice is hardly authoritative.
How to Prepare for and Survive a Disaster We gear up for Hurricane Season every spring, and gear down after Thanksgiving. Pantry is stocked with canned and dry goods, powdered milk in the freezer (lasts longer that way, and makes a good emergency cold pack), generators checked and tuned, gas cans full, propane tanks full, 200 gallon aerator tank full. We're outside of any evacuation zones, so we prep for power outages, loss of potable water, and the sheer boredom that comes with no X-Box. Last time we had extended power loss due to a storm, the neighborhood got together and had a massive barbeque before all the meat in the fridges went bad. 3/16/11 6:41am