Win: November 2010

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michaelallendorf2010

I'd grab my 2TB Time Capsule lol.

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iSean

I would grab my MacBook and iPod touch. Sad, but true.

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idbardin79

I'd grab myself and run!!

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lanepeter

All my files are already on mobileme idisk cept my music and photos so i'd grab my time capsule

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macmongrel

I could pretty much guarantee I would grab my boots, my jacket and maybe a blanket because Its always cold I would also grab a banana because I usually see them on the table and take one when I leave the house anyway...

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mc77340

After the family, I would probably not get out because I would need my ipods, laptops, piles of backup photo CDs, photo albums, hard drives, and favorite stuffed animal. And my pillow. I'm dead.

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kevin.j.post

First thing I'd grad is my shoes, the car keys and my wallet, then get my three dogs out of the house. Need the car to get the dogs to the kennel, the keys to get the car moving, shoes are a nice accessory item, and having your wallet with money is handy too. Take your money and run!

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billywtrs

I would most likely grab my family, dogs, and guns. You can never be to prepared. I would also grab a TV and the DVR, because if my wife missed her soaps, I might as well had just stayed in the house during the disaster!!!

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mandy-chan

I'd take my iPhone, I have my entire life in it!!

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alee

I'd grab my laptop and my Swiss Army Knife.

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panders13

I'd grab my backup drive (the new ioSafe if I win it :)).

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Roger D

Trite, but true, I would take my Time Machine hard drive as it has all the files from both my iMac and Macbook Pro. A very close second would be my first edition MacAddict and the accompanying CD. Max Lives!!

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beforethesky

Well, I wish it was something super cool but I'd have to say my prosthetic leg. Without it I wouldn't be able to out run anything. Once I had the leg I could worry about other things but if I only had one chance. It'd have to be the leg.

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spiritondub

I'd have no choice but to grab my portable hard drive because it is not water or fireproof!

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Clementoe

I'd probably bring my laptop, keys, wallet and iphone.

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dakotaryan

...time permitting my: MBP, server HDD, phone, wallet, shoes...maybe a fire extinguisher? Or a coat, if the disaster we're talking about here happens to be nuclear winter...

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ds1977

well in most emergancys that require leaving the house id assume my wife and puppy will know to leave too. i almost always have my iphone on me so that wouldnt count. but if all i know is that theres a disaster and i must flee i'm gonna assume its the most logical choice. ZOMBIES!!! so of course ill be grabbing my prepacked zombie survival kit that includes everything i'd need to survive the impending zombie outbreak

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bmtanner3

But also a swiss army knife, a gum wrapper, and a piece of chalk. If MacGruber can make something out of it, I can too!

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TxM2xTx

the baby doll from American Girl which belongs to my daughter. My daughter doesn't go anywhere without it. So in order to get my daughter out, I have to get the American Girl out first ! And by doing that, my son will come running after those two, cause he often wants to be where big sister is.

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rnadams87

The first thing I'd grab is my Mac. Then my boyfriend. because he kill me if I just grabbed my computer.

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King Of Nines

Thank God, I was really tired of over reacting to spontaneous combustible hard drives of the old days, now I can either let it cook, or douse it with water....either way I'm cool baby...I'm cool!!

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Rebelord

If I had to grab something, and go I would grab my tiny petite wife, that way whatever she grabs I'll be taking with me. Its like having a polly pocket.

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MitchNetzer

I think I'd grab the "Family" hard drive. It has all of our family videos and pictures on it. It WOULD be the single largest loss we could incur.

I know it's not original, but it's true.

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silicis

My jean, which holds iPhone in a holster. can't live without it.

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jcurzon

I would grab my Dog. (Note: I would already have my phone ipod and wallet in pocket)

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koko

Whatever i take with me, it will be not enough.

Just my family and a phone for connection with the world...

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aidanjones

I'd take my 1TB Time Machine capsule so after the chaos, I'd have to get a new Mac eventually! (:

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navydoc2024

I would grab my daughter and if time permitted one of my two backups with all the pictures.

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CupcakeKiller

My family, car keys, my Solo ioSafe contents,my iPad, photo albums, i.d., money, a tent, some survival essentials, and my four legged children.

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macbookpro220

External Hard drive (Has all of our photos on a time machine Backup)
If possible Macbook Pro but External HD has irreplaceable photos where as Macbook is replaceable.

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pullus313

My MBP, now that i got it ill lever let it go!

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noahsmybro

Hard to pick what to grab first, but it's all data:
* my laptop
* my NAS
* my fireproof-chest

(Hopefully) all of my critical data is stored within those three devices.

*IF* my backups are correct I can probably forfeit the laptop and recover from the NAS, so if forced I'd leave behind the laptop before the NAS.

I do have legal papers in the chest though - birth certificates, deeds, that sort of thing, so I'd grab it too.

Fortunately the three objects are all within about 6 feet of each other so if I can save one I can hopefully save all.

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AdriaticBlue

My darn car keys so I can get away from the disaster! There is no real public transportation in North Carolina and I don't want to be stuck like Chuck.

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Bjlewis2

I absolutely love this thing!

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Arlen Nagata

My MBP, "The box", you know that box full of important papers and such.
I don't think I could get anything else.

Hopefully the cat makes it out ok. But it's every man for himself.

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maniac7474

I'd grab my roommate because he'd probably still be sleeping through everything. He's a champ.

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akvir

Id grab my Drum KIt because I couldnt Live Whithout It Even If i have 17 drum apps on my iPhone

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hypnotoad

If I had the time, I'd grab the plastic tote of all my original negatives, slides and prints (family photos). Then I'd grab the NAS drive because that contains backups of all the family's data from our two computers. Boring, I know, but everything else is replaceable.

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Redhead95

my macbook, as it has almost everything I need on it

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dave.wehr

my shoes. I live in Arizona where if your feet don't have anything between them and the pavement, they burn... not kidding. You can't take your dog for a walk during the day because the ground is too hot.

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ghornik

My Time Capsule: it's got backups of everything on my wife's and my MacBooks and also of the external disk drive that holds all of our pictures and music.

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timmytanner

Fully dressed; iPhone (SAS Survival Guide app loaded); Novothink solar charger for phone; cash; credit card; SS card.

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myztero

The one thing I'd grab is my latest copy of MacILife. That way I'll have something interesting to read while waiting for the disaster to end.

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Caleb

my skis.

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Telters

All those sticky notes with my password, and my MacBook Pro. I have a problem with sticky notes. I must have over 100 lying all around my house. If anybody ever happened to rob my house, they would know all of my passwords in the blink of an eye! (Not that this is a good thing...) Storing all of my notes somewhere digitally would probably be a good idea...

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Ben

Launch the Keychain Access application in your Utilities folder, go to File > New Secure Note Item.

Anything you put in here will be locked up with everything else on your keychain at log-out. Just don't forget your [typically] log-in password, otherwise you'll loose all of those secure notes.

What would I grab on my way out and I can only have one? Probably just my iPhone.

I'd totally try to save my MBP and ACD though.

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narniafan

My new MacBook Pro. I love this thing!!!

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rab777hp

macbook, phone would probz already be in my pocket

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lamer

My power strip - then everything I have connected to it (macbook, ipad, backup drives) will get dragged along with it...not to mention anything else that gets tangled in those cables.

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mikeCT

My shoes! I love my mac. I love my iphone. But to be quite honest, I also love my feet... It would be hard to go anywhere without shoes.