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Ready, Set, Go

At HazardCall, we are committed to providing useful information for communities, managers, owners and residents regarding the complex world of weather terminology and notification technology. 349 more words


Rambling on 33d Sunday of Ordinary Time (A) and Galloping Grannies

The Glorious Gautama Buddha Chapter of the Galloping Gang of Grandmothers of Greater Grand Island has struck again. The local newspaper last week, in the “Police Calls” section, reported a house in a nice neighborhood had been burglarized. 386 more words

General Ramblings

Beefing Up Security (Part 2)

In researching how to construct, or reconstruct, a safer coop for our next flock of birds, I discovered that we were (perhaps) not as good to our birds as I thought. 584 more words


Brushbeater: Reveille in America

Another good blog post from NC Scout over at the Brushbeater blog.

First Call, Americans. Out of your bunks. For a good portion of you out there, a year ago you went to sleep.

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Wind and Trees - Lessons learned from hurricanes.

Trees can do devastating damage after a hurricane but we need trees………

Our tree planting program considers the guidelines below recommended by The University of Florida. 31 more words


Radiological and Nuclear Disaster Preparedness

Click Here for the latest emergency preparedness tips. Are we, as a country, prepared for a radiological or nuclear attack? With issue over continued terrorist dangers at home and abroad, “dirty bombs”, and the nuclear weaponry of rogue states, this question is simply as relevant today as it was on September 11. 10 more words

What I've Learned From DJ'ing a Wedding:

  1. No one is truly prepared…no one. You watch every wedding as a spectator and it looks like the day goes off without a hitch. The Bride walks down the aisle as the groom and the wedding party stands there, ready to take on the world.
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