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I think it's clear that, if this were to actually happen to me, I'd be toast. So to give some kind of real concrete answer I'd have to say that the things I'd grab first off my shelves, the things I really couldn't stand to part with, are the (currently) two notebooks that make up my reading log for the last fifteen years -- at least that way I'd stay connected to the books that shaped my life, even if they all went up in smoke.

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lagomorph_Rex March 22, 2011 at 7:19 pm

I don’t own any that are especially valuable.. or that can’t be replaced.

Some of my Transformer’s figures however have sentimental value since I got them as a kid.. even still the bulk of them can be replaced.. thats why I have a “Contents” rider on the homeowners policy.

So I’m reimbursed for a specific amount of money, in addition to the value of the domicile… It’s up to me to make that amount stretch far enough to cover all the contents.. I could pay more, and also provide detailed descriptions of specific items, I.E. Collections, such as my Transformers or my Books.. and they would be re-reimbursed separately as well.. But I’ve not done it.

I wouldn’t attempt to save anything though, cause my luck it would be one of those twilight zone sort of tragedies, I’d get 3rd degree burns on my hands and never be able to transform my Transformers, or be blinded and not be able to read the books I saved. Thats just how my luck works.

Bill Ward March 23, 2011 at 1:19 pm

Or the transformers would fuse to your hands, and everyone would call you Mr. Robot Hands and the only job you could get after that would be in children’s television.

Maria (BearMountainBooks) March 25, 2011 at 9:28 am

Let’s just hope it never happens!

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