by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:
As a survivor of the Icepocalypse that recently gripped much of the South in crippling power outages and freezing temperatures, at least three lessons can be deduced from the experience.
1. A very small minority of people are equipped to deal with an emergency in a competent fashion.
2. Slightly larger number of people attempt to be prepared but fall short if the emergency persists.
3. The vast majority of people are wholly unprepared for even a slight disturbance in their usual routine or living conditions.
While this statement may come as basic common sense to the majority of my usual readers, such observations do bear repeating.
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