“If there was a problem
Yo, I’ll solve it
Check out the hook while my DJ revolves it”
How many of you already have the earworm of that song going through your heads? You’re welcome.
This isn’t about bad early 90s rap.
It’s about another type of ICE:
None of us like to think that anything bad will ever happen. Monkey Brain likes to think that we’ll be just like we are now (or an even younger, healthier version of ourselves, a la Al Bundy’s endless quarterback memories) for the rest of time.
It isn’t going to happen. If we’re lucky, we’ll get dragged out feet first after having had a painless end in the middle of the night while we were sleeping at an age which would make Methuselah jealous.
What happens, though, if something bad happens to you? You’re in a wreck or a plane crash or get hit by a car while you’re out jogging, like has happened to people I know?
Yeah, buzz kill. Leave it to me to be Mr. Debbie Downer.
However, if the unthinkable happens, you want emergency responders to know what to do and whom to contact, particularly if you’re rendered incapable of communicating. Emergency responders are trained to look for ICE information.
What should you have in your ICE pack?