Be prepared! Make yourselves a BOB (Bug-Out Bag)!
* Keep several gallons of water on hand in case of emergency (1 gallon per person, per day is a good rule of thumb)
* Have enough non-perishable food supplies to last you several days.
* Have flashlights ready in case the power is out during the night.
* Have a battery (or, better yet, crank) powered radio to get emergency information.
* Maintain that kit once it's all assembled: check expiration dates and battery charges and rotate supplies out as needed.
There's lots of resources out there to help you build the BOB that best suits your needs.
And if the excrement truly does make forceful contact with the rotary air circulator, also be prepared to defend yourself and your loved ones from those who would do you harm in order to take your supplies.
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