What FEMA Says We Need In Basic Emergency Kits
Remember when you were young and your mom told you to make sure you wore clean underwear and dad made sure you had a flashlight in the car. We all the emergency kits in our cars with a can and a candle, some drinking water and other supplies in case we were in trouble. FEMA is taking over the job of our parents and have come up with a list to help us be safe in case of emergencies. Here is what FEMA says we should all have in our Basic Emergency Supply Kit.
. A gallon of water per person per day for at 3 days
. A 3 day supply of non-perishable food...mmmm...twinkies
. A battery powered radio and extra batteries
. Flashlight with extra batteries
. First aid kit
. A whistle
. Dust mask
. Garbage bags and towelettes
. Wrench or pliers
. A can opener
Here are a few they forgot. You should have a can of Tactical Bacon. Bacon that can withstand anything. An egg of Silly Putty to keep you entertained. A baby food jar of mother's spit in case of infections or a spot on your face and a remote control so it feels more like home.