A Police Department In Maine Has A Little Advice For The Blizzard That’s Coming

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As a proud Mainer, I’ve experienced my fair share of blizzards, ice storms, and the like.

I looked forward to no school on snow days — which, by the way, happened once in a blue moon — and making forts and snow angels. Never once did we go out and stock up on bread and milk, water, or even non-perishables.

That seemed like overkill.

Which is why, now that I live in New York City, it seems silly to do any of the above, too. And especially why this post from Bangor’s police department is particularly hilarious. Take it from us Mainers…you will get through this — and here’s how!

Dear Mid-Atlantic of these United States of America.I think we all knew it could happen. Every year when you pack up…

Posted by Bangor Maine Police Department on Thursday, January 21, 2016

There you have it — don’t buy bread, it’s all about the cereal.

There you have it -- don't buy bread, it's all about the cereal.

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Don’t revert back to times without modern-day plumbing — fill that tub with water!

And always, always remember your neighbors. Help ’em out, band together…let’s show Winter Storm Jonas who’s boss.

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