Archive for February, 2012

During a power outage, flashlights are needed to find the candles.

An older touch-tone telephone functions during a period of no power, when the newer ones are not working.  How else can someone call the power company to check when service will be restored?

Without an electric stove, a butane camp stove works fine.

Even dogs don’t like a dark rooms.

Regardless of what the weather man says, the amount of rain is what falls in your own yard.  Forget the airport.

The wind velocity is determined by the number of pieces of pine straw in the yard and drive.

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