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Español

Here’s the other commercial I forgot to post last month. ¿Olé?

 

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Real Estate is a Martial Art

When hiring a real estate agent, make sure that you are getting a grand master (at least in something).

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Earthquakes: Assembling your Car Emergency Kit

I will reshoot this video one of these days, but for now, this is a pretty good illustration of a basic kit, and can give you an idea of the types of items you might want to add to your own kit.

Whatever you do, get a kit!

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Notepad Guarantee

I don’t like buying inferior products, and I refuse to make them myself. That’s why each and everyone of my notepads come with a tech support guarantee.

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Earthquake – “Drop Your Pants”

This is the simplest step you can take in the bedroom for earthquake and emergency preparedness.
Before going to bed, put your keys and wallet in a pair of pants and leave them on the floor next to your bed along with a pair of sturdy shoes. In case of a fire or earthquake, you can get dressed, put on shoes and you are ready to go.

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Earthquake – What to do wherever you are

Sometimes you can’t get under a table or a desk, so the next best thing to do is “get down” (and I don’t mean dance).

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Earthquakes – What to do if you are in bed.

Here’s what to do if you’re in bed when an earthquake hits.

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Earthquake – Drop, Cover and Hold

When the shaking starts, the best place to be is under a sturdy table, desk, bench — anything that gives you protection from falling debris from ceilings and walls. Here’s how to ride out an earthquake under a table.
A lot of people ask me about the “Triangle of Life,” which recommends sheltering next to objects – and is NOT recommended by reputable safety experts. If you want more information on what to do (and you want information debunking the “Triangle of Life”) visit http://www.EarthquakeCountry.org

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Earthquakes: The Lowly Crowbar

In an earthquake, it’s not uncommon for a doorframe to get skewed, wedging the door in place. A crowbar is an inexpensive tool to keep in each bedroom to help you get out of (or into) a room.

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It’s Magic

If there are two things I like to do, they’re close-up magic and real estate. I went out with my video camera to show off one of my favorite card tricks.