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Monday, August 21, 2017

"The perfect place to be during a nuclear holocaust..." 'James "Kimo" Rosen' (Kimo's world #202)

James "Kimo" Rosen is a retired professional photographer
 and amongst other things lived in a tent outdoors for 7 years.
Rosen currently resides on the tropical island of Kaua'i
with his best friend and spiritual adviser Ivanka-Obama Da Dog!

Blog #1955~Kimo's world's #202

The perfect place to be during a nuclear holocaust

I do not wish a nuclear attack however since I live in Hawaii and there is talk of North Korea being capable of reaching the two most western states, Hawaii and Alaska. Hawaii's civil  defense is in order.

Kauaians continue life as normal despite North Korea threat  

The simplest of the warnings is: "Don’t run. Get inside." Sheltering in place, beneath as many layers of protection as possible, is the best way to avoid the radiation that would follow a nuclear detonation.“The goal is to put as many walls and as much concrete, brick and soil between you and the radioactive material outside.”
I have thought of where I would like to be in the God awful time something like this might happen? They say cement buildings with no  windows are best suited and to have at least a 2 week supply of dry and canned food, emergency generators would be nice too. 

A thought hit me as I was doing my weekly shopping sojourn at Costco, there is not a place I would rather be stuck and shut off from the outside  world than a Costco warehouse-outlet.
Cement floors, cement walls, 
cement ceilings,
 ton's of food, a pharmacy, 

pillows, and more than
2 weeks of everything one

 would need
during a nuclear attack

 at Costco.
I am not advocating for a

 Nuclear attack,
however in the event

 there is one,
I would not mind getting stuck

 at Costco with my
best friend Ivanka Obama only 

because there are
no fall out shelters on Kauai.

Think about it, they have emergency generators, cement walls and ceilings and millions of dollars worth of food inventory, entertainment, toiletries, a pharmacy, pillows,  and more than
2 weeks of everything one would need during a nuclear attack at Costco.

I am not advocating for a Nuclear attack,
however in the event there is one,
I would not mind getting stuck inside a Costco warehouse outlet  since there are no fall out shelters on Kauai.

So, if 'D' day ever comes, not that I hope it happens anytime soon, but if if does happen, I am hoping  on a Monday between 11AM and 1:00 PM. Those are my shopping hours every week at my favorite store, Costco wholesale in Lihue.

At least if I'm going to croak, I can die in class stuck inside   Costco Lihue with my best friend Ivanka Obama, maybe the most perfect place to be should G-d forbid we ever need shelter.

To stay current on all current information on any possible  Nuclear attack on Hawaii, Like Hawaii Emergency Management Agency
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