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About: I live in California so I'm freaked out about "the Big One"--a massive earthquake along the San Andreas Fault. I lived through the '71 and the '94 quakes and I learned a lot. Everything stops! Gas stations don't work, cash registers, don't work, the water is cloudy. It can come at any moment so you have to be prepared.
Hometown: Los Angeles CA
Age: 57
Gender: male
Sign: Cancer

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Water Supply

Type: Bottled Water and Filter
Amount 8 gallons
Description: When the '94 quake hit, the water was brown for days because all the pipes in the whole water system had been shaken up. Authorities said it would be wise to boil all your water. This is a good idea unless the earthquake has triggered the gas shutoff valve! lol! And what if a water main breaks? The you're $#!t out of luck! FEMA recommends 1 gallon per day per person. If the water is still running you can use a water filter later when things are more stable. Make sure it filters out bacteria.

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Cash

Type: Small Bills
Amount $500
Description: All you need during an earthquake, is for a few power poles to topple over and WHAMO! The electric power is out over a wide area! And guess what? ATMs run on electricity! Oh, and credit card scanners need electricity too. So no juice, no money! That's why you want to keep some cash on hand. During the '94 quake. The kind folks at the supermarket totaled up your purchase on a hand held battery operated calculator. And they actually had to figure out the change themselves. ;-]

But we could only pay with CASH. And nowadays those new-fangled laser-scanner-point-of-sale terminals are going to be DOA. None of this "swipe your card and enter your PIN number" So keep cash on hand with lots of singles and fives. Forget Ben Franklin... Andrew Jackson at the tops. I figure $500 is enough to last until the lights come back on.

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Gasoline

Type: A Full Tank
Amount 20 Gallons
Description: In the '94 quake i had to drive to check on my mother. I hopped in my car and the gas guage showed... nothing but fumes. Oh, and the electricity was out so the gas pumps didn't work for days. So here's a quick rule: NEVER let you tank go below 1/2! Hey! Your going to buy the gas anyway... Don't wait until the last moment. Keep you tanks topped off.

If you live in a house, you can store some gasoline. Storing gasoline is potentially DANGEROUS! Gas is VERY combustible and the fumes are explosive. So store is out of the house, well-sealed, well-ventilated and away from any sparks or any source of ignition (duh... not next to the water heater!) You should also rotate your supplies occasionally by putting the stored gas into the tank and buy fresh storage gas. Reduce your driving to the bare necessities and 20 gallons per car should be fine.

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