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Disconnect your desktop-computer from all its external devices, and carry it out of your house. Then, go back into the house, and take your big-screen LCD TV, and carry it out. Then, go back into the house, and grab the pets, and take them outside. Then, go back into the house, and take a six-pack of beer and some bratwurst weiners out of the refrigerator, and take them outside.
Heat the bratwurst from the house-wire, and have a beer or two.

Oh, did I mention that any children and your spouse should make their own way out of the house?

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