Please Put On Your Chicken Costume: a blog where you can read about what to do in case of emergency. We have got your back!
In the event of an emergency, please put on your chicken costume with this picture as a guide.
If you are wearing the costume correctly, you will look like this:
Please Put On Your Chicken Costume: a blog where you can read about what to do in case of emergency.
PLEASE PUT ON YOUR CHICKEN COSTUME is a website that is dedicated to showing you how to put on your chicken costume in case of an emergency. This site will provide examples of past situations in which people have had to put on their chicken costume and offer tips on how to be prepared for such emergencies.
Each weekday, we will feature a new real-life scenario in which someone has needed to put on their chicken costume. Each scenario will also include advice from an expert on what went wrong and how the situation could have been handled better. We will end each post with a discussion about what YOU can do to be ready for an emergency in which it might be necessary for you to put on your chicken costume.
If you have any stories about times you or someone you know has needed to put on their chicken costume, please submit them here so that we can share them with the world!
In case of emergency, please follow these steps:
1. Put on your chicken costume.
2. Keep calm and remain in the building until further notice.*
This is a blog about what to do in case of emergency. Any emergency.
The idea is that we should think about emergencies before they actually happen, so that when they do happen, we’re ready for them instead of panicking and freezing up.
Of course, it’s not just a blog about emergencies, but also about the future in general. And it’s not just a blog, but also a community.
I hope you’ll join us!
When I was a little girl, I used to believe that if there was an emergency, my dad could protect me because he wore a gas mask in his car. When I was a little older, I realized that this wasn’t true. I had to learn how to be prepared for anything. This is what you should do in case of emergency:
1) Make sure you have a fully charged cell phone and charger with you at all times
2) Know the phone numbers of your family members and friends
3) Keep an extra set of clothes with you
4) Keep a list of emergency contacts with you
5) Have some small snacks on hand, like granola bars or crackers
6) Keep a bottle of water with you
7) Have a flashlight (and batteries!) ready to use in case the power goes out
8) Keep track of where your family members are so they can help each other if there’s an emergency**
Advice for people who write about startups, or think about starting them
What are you doing? You should write a blog about startups. You’ve worked at or started several startups. You’ve read every book on startups and have an opinion about which ones are good. You have lots of experience, some of it even recent.
How to tell if you should start blogging
If you’re writing a blog because you want to be famous or rich, forget it. If you want to be famous, get a TV show. If you want to be rich, find an oil well.
There is one exception: if you want to be famous because that’s the best way to get rich, then maybe blogging will work for you. But in that case your goal is really just getting rich, which is not noble enough for what I’m trying to do here.