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    2004 Terrorism Survival Bundle Palm OS Edition



    http://www.pdatopsoft.com/software/item.php?pid=4543

    Don't be caught unprepared in the case of another terrorism attack.
    If and when there is another terrorist attack, you need to know immediately what to do, no matter where you are or what you are doing.

    Stephenson Strategies, a leading Homeland Security consulting firm, excerpted the best information from 100's of pages of print and online publications from the Dept. of Homeland Security, FEMA, local and state governments, non-profit groups (including info from the UK, Japan, and Israel, where more experience with terrorism has made them experts on this issue), the Transportation Security Administration, travel columnists, and travel organizations.

    The 2004 Terrorism Survival Bundle includes:

    Terrorism Travel Planner - International:
    Latest Information, including Disease Outbreaks, Latest News on Specific Countries, Warnings about Specific Countries, and Worldwide Warnings
    In an Emergency, including Contact Via State Dept., Contact With Family, Valuables, Passports Issued Abroad, and Lost/Stolen Passports
    Planning A Trip, including Booking A Trip, Cell Phones, Documents, State Dept. Info, Learning About Destinations, Medical, Money, Packing, Elders, Students, and Travel Insurance
    Precautions, including Airport Screening, Awareness, Preparation, Blending In, Driving, Money & Valuables, Public Transportation, Suspicions, and Walking
    Less Common Threats, including Children, Driving, Food, Kidnappings, Landmines, Missiles, Piracy, Soft Targets, and Vehicle Explosives
    Special Needs, including Children, and Students
    More Information, including Airline Toll-Free Numbers, Miscellaneous Information, News Bulletins, and U.S. Embassies & Consulates

    Terrorism Travel Planner - USA:
    Planning, including Planning a Trip, Before You Leave, What to Wear, and What Not to Wear
    Packing, including Checked Bags, Prohibited Items, Firearm Requirements, Locks, and Carry-ons
    Airport, including At the Airport, and Reducing Inspection Delays
    Special Circumstances, including Children, Health Problems, Religious Concerns, Sports/Camping Equipment, and Summer Travel
    Latest Developments, including RFID Test in Las Vegas, Halloween Costumes, Baggage Airline Guest Services, and TSA-approved Locks for Sale
    Travel Information, including Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Complaints/Problems, Travel Resources, and 120 Airline Toll-Free Numbers

    Terrorism Survival Plan Database:
    Emergency Kit Creation, including checklists and instructions
    Family Communication Plan, including checklists and instructions
    Home Protection Plan, including checklists and instructions
    Special Needs Plans, including plans for children, the disabled, and the elderly
    Where to Learn More, including Email Alert Signups, Dept. of Homeland Security Info, FEMA Publications, and Other Publications
    Whom to Call, including State Emergency Offices and FEMA Offices

    Terrorism Survival Response Database:
    Assessment & Response
    Decision-Making
    Types of Threats, including Biological Threats, Chemical Threats, Explosions, Radiation, and Nuclear Blasts
    Special Needs Plans, including plans for children, the disabled, and the elderly
    FBI Field Offices, each with City, Phone, Website, and Address
    Red Cross Chapters, including all 50 States, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico
    Organized in a subject hierarchy and in an index, so navigation on your handheld is fast and easy.
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    Just what I need. I'll run right out and buy it.

    "What to Wear, and What Not to Wear" : Well, at least it has fashion advice...

    If this company was really doing a public service, you'd think they would supply the package for free. But, no, they're doing this to make money.
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    Boy, that was a longX
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    Hmmm... Here's a scenario...

    *BOOM* Car bomb near the cafe you're enjoying your latte at.
    Hmmm, lemme just break out my handy dandy Treo 600... Click... Click, click... Tap. Excellent, it says here to run. Outstanding! Okay, EVERYONE RUN!
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    Yeah, I was trying to think of something along those lines...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Un4given
    Hmmm... Here's a scenario...

    *BOOM* Car bomb near the cafe you're enjoying your latte at.
    Hmmm, lemme just break out my handy dandy Treo 600... Click... Click, click... Tap. Excellent, it says here to run. Outstanding! Okay, EVERYONE RUN!
    Now that's good humor.
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    Shouldn't this be FREE. Why would I pay for this.


    ??????


    THe things people charge for
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    why is everyone preying on the people's "fear" of another terrorism attack? ugh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Un4given
    Hmmm... Here's a scenario...

    *BOOM* Car bomb near the cafe you're enjoying your latte at.
    Hmmm, lemme just break out my handy dandy Treo 600... Click... Click, click... Tap. Excellent, it says here to run. Outstanding! Okay, EVERYONE RUN!

    Run?!!! You know I would have known that if I would have bought the Efin' Manual.....

    Now I think I will just walk around in a circle for a bit..
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    I have a friend who is a specialist in the area of WMD who works for our great nation.
    Everytime I ask him questions, Im sure, that are included in this planner..he just says...you don't want to know because you will not be able to sleep if I tell you.

    Maybe its more of a Treo based scanario guide of what to do.
    1. A suicide bomber approaches you on the street, you should:

    a. Ask him if he has the time
    b. Ask him if he has a light
    b. Hug him
    d. Kiss your a$$ goodbye

    All seriousness aside, always good to be prepared..I plan on downloading and running a few things by a professional. I will report on the use of it and give it a try...what, no free trial!
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    Don't forget to keep up with the current terror alert level:
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    I particularly liked this advice...

    Q: My country has elected an aggressive simpleton as President, he has pissed off a lot of scary people in other parts of the world, and now they want to harm me and my fellow Americans... What should I do?

    A: Move to Canada.
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    go right ahead.
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    I particularly liked this advice...

    Q: My country has elected an aggressive simpleton as President, he has pissed off a lot of scary people in other parts of the world, and now they want to harm me and my fellow Americans... What should I do?

    A: Move to Canada.
    10/05/2004 10:59 PM


    Somewher north of the arctic circle should be safe.
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    Q: My country has elected an aggressive simpleton as President, he has pissed off a lot of scary people in other parts of the world, and now they want to harm me and my fellow Americans... What should I do?

    A: Move to Canada.
    There will most certainly be a large sucking sound if Bush is in office another 4 years and it will be the sound of the intelligentsia leaving this Country.

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