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NS4683

join:2000-08-25
South Amboy, NJ
reply to Emptydarkone

Re: Generator Time!!!

I never understood why people always get bread and milk in storms. Maybe making french toast or something...


Oedipus

join:2005-05-09
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said by NS4683:

I never understood why people always get bread and milk in storms. Maybe making french toast or something...

Oh man I could go for some French toast right about now.

sk1939
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join:2010-10-23
Mclean, VA
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reply to NS4683

Milk especially....cause dairy is so good when refrigeration is lacking.



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said by sk1939:

Milk especially....cause dairy is so good when refrigeration is lacking.

Um, if there's snow outside...

sk1939
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said by unavailable :

said by sk1939:

Milk especially....cause dairy is so good when refrigeration is lacking.

Um, if there's snow outside...

In the winter at least, doesn't work so well in a hurricane.


tmh

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reply to NS4683

said by NS4683:

I never understood why people always get bread and milk in storms. Maybe making french toast or something...

And toilet paper. Why toilet paper? Are they going to go any more in the storm than normal?


jkj860
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join:2002-01-10
Valparaiso, IN
reply to sk1939

We keep a few empty coffee containers in the bottom of the freezer full of ice to help preserve the cold in the event of a power outage. Not a problem in the winter when the temp is below freezing.
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reply to tmh

said by tmh :

said by NS4683:

I never understood why people always get bread and milk in storms. Maybe making french toast or something...

And toilet paper. Why toilet paper? Are they going to go any more in the storm than normal?

Sure, from drinking all that spoiled milk.

ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT

Do NOT want to dig cars out...........



Bob4
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join:2012-07-22
New Jersey

We got 7 inches.



Jon
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join:2001-01-20
Lisle, IL
reply to ame101

said by ame101:

Do NOT want to dig cars out...........

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wow that sucks.


Zorack

join:2001-12-14
Fayetteville, WV
reply to ame101

That is one hell of a lot of snow...



leibold
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Sunnyvale, CA
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reply to ame101

said by ame101:

Do NOT want to dig cars out.

It makes a huge difference whether that snow fell onto an already cold (well below freezing) car or whether the initial snow was first melting and subsequently freezing to put the car into an ice cocoon.

Hands up everybody who has ever cleared snow of a car only to discover part way through that it wasn't their own car they were clearing ? (Been there, done that). Of course that also worked once in my favor when I found my car more then halfway dug out of the snow in the morning
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