The emergency management director of Santa Fe City and County tells the Santa Fe New Mexican that we procrastinate and are complacent about preparedness...which is the same thing as Really Not Prepared.
The insight offered is about wildfires that could force evacuations and how we should always be prepared with a family plan on where to go and how to get there. There's not much about plain 'ol power outages, running out of water or other disaster possibilities: floods, nuke accident, polar shift. You really don't want to start imagining possibilities. It's too heavy.
And you sure don't want to be waiting in line for gasoline.
Aspiring Complacent, Coco