Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by jamesfrmphilly, Apr 28, 2011.
did it hit mobile?
No, it hit Tuscaloosa.
Sistee Destee please do let us know you're ok too!
Hey Brothers James, O, and Chuck ... i'm fine ...
The storm didn't get me. I lost power for a bit, but that was it.
Thank You Thank You Thank You ... for Loving Me ... ... i love you more! ...
Glad you and yours are OK
You probably have most of these things but just as a precuation,
I have a feeling that this is not the half of it;
In lieu of the North Carolina tornadoes, and the devestation caused,
it would be imperative to organize natural disaster evacuation strategies among family, extended family and block associations,
concentrating on the elderly , children and women first, and those with special needs.
Also basic first aid kits, emergency packs consisting of;
1 case d, c, and aa , aaa batteries
2 2 extra cell phones
3 portable GPS
4 battery powered lanterns and lamps
5 hand crank lights
6 hand crank radios and ham radios
7 walkie talkies
8 personal entertainment, vid games, kindle, cd, dvd, mp3, mp4
9 portable food ration packs
10 portable water purifcation
11 portable sanitation
12 legal handguns and ammo
13 bowie knife
14 pocket tool kit
15 portable fishing kit
16 portable solar and solar battery recharger
Also keep an emergency pantry of all canned and dried foods, as well as toiletries, vitamins, herbal rememdies, and trace mineral and phytonutrients and ant oxidants
and water in shipment drums
But is the hair ok?!
Seriously Sister Destee, glad to hear that you are all right, and hoping that your friends & family in the area came out unharmed as well.
To be honest I didnt know you lived in Alabama and when brother James said mobile with a small m
I thought the post was about having problems with a "Destee-mobile", like any other moblie websites that folks use on cell phone and text messaging
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