In Case of Emergency

A popular e-mail forward urges people to make it easier for people to
get in touch with your emergency contact just in case something bad
happens to you. Emergency contacts would be marked with “ICE” (In Case
of Emergency) in your phonebook.

ICE is a bit too obscure an acronym for me, though. You need to have
read the forwarded e-mail about ICE before you’ll even think of
looking for it. I’d rather put people under “Emergency”, or add
numbers to the start of their names so that they’re first on the list.

I need to get one of those organ-donor cards anyway…

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今日はほとんどの子供が持っているビデオゲーム機でさえコンピュータである。 Even video-game machines owned by most children today are computers.

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