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Re: Hurricane Survival Guide
      Sat Oct 09 2004 12:50 AM

Sounds interesting.

As to putting the computer in the dishwasher... I'm no expert... but if it floods do the drains ever back up into the dishwasher???

If I had to ever evac, I'd try to at least take my tower with me - if not the whole computer... and if I couldn't take the tower I'd take the hard drives out and put them in a tupperware container. And take those with me.

My personal evac nightmare would involve my photographs... I have tens of thousands of negs and photos ...

Souinds like you have the makings of a very interesting book!


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