How To Clean Gas Stove Top

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  • In cooking, a gas stove is a cooker which uses natural gas, propane, butane, Liquefied petroleum gas or other flammable gas as a fuel source.

  • gas range: a range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas

  • (Gas stoves) A stove is an enclosed heated space. The term is commonly taken to mean an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated or to heat the stove itself, and items placed on it.

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  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

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Part 1
My sister called at about 8:20 last Friday morning. She was in Eden Isles because there was a rumor that there was cell service there. There wasn't. She was able to borrow a satellite phone from an NBC reporter and she called me.

"Tony, you've got to come and get Mom and Dad. Things are deteriorating quickly. Please come get Mom and Dad."

I was reluctant to go as my wife and I had just had our second child 6 weeks earlier. I talked to my folks on the day of the hurricane, before, and during the storm. They seemed okay. They looked around their house while the eye passed over and while their fence was destroyed and most of their trees were down, the house was fine. No power, but they had phone and water. Apparently those were now gone, after 5 days, still gone, and not expected back any time soon.

"Tony, you've got to come here. You've got to get Mom and Dad. Please."

"Okay Chris, I'll be there by Monday at the latest. What do you need?”

I spent Friday planning. I didn't want to go alone so I called my father-in-law Greg. He agreed to come. I shot off a few quick e-mails and phone calls asking for donations and folks responded. We packed approximately 200 pounds of food, containers for 18 gallons of water, 8 gallons of Coleman fuel, 2 cook stoves, 2 lanterns, 10 flashlights, 50 batteries, 2 gallons of hand sanitizers, 3 first aid kits, 2 empty propane tanks, 10 boxes of Pepto Bismal tablets, a 5 gallon gas can, 6 2 gallon gas cans, 3 1 gallon gas cans, a tarp, a hand crank radio, a boy scout handbook, a water purifier, 32 water purification tablets, a chainsaw, and about $1,700, all in less than 24 hours.

I got on my computer and did some research. Where was there phone service, cell phone service, gas stations with gas, open hotel rooms?

I began to realize that most of Mississippi was in the dark ages. The last place I could expect to get gas was Tuscaloosa Alabama, 256 miles away. I did some calculations and figured we could get to Pearl River with a tank full but then would need at least another tank full to get out. We had put a plastic shell carrier on the roof of the car for the combustibles so we figured we'd hide the gas there. My sister suggested we bring a gun but I felt that to have a gun increased the chance we'd use a gun.

Greg and I left at 8:30 the next morning. Greg driving first. Nancy, my Mother-in-law had recently taught my 18 month old daughter Aubrey, the phrase "right back" meaning, wait here, I'll be right back. That was the last thing I told her, my 6 week old, and my wife. Right back.

The first day we intended to drive to Chattanooga, Tennessee. But in the Virginia mountains the car started to sputter, not always, just on hills. I used my cell phone to call Kate who got on the Internet and got me numbers to call to arrange a rent a car in Knoxville, a Ford dealer to leave the car at, and a hotel room for the night. We were about 200 miles away from Knoxville and we hoped the car would make it. The car was low on gas so we stopped and filled it up. I speculated that premium gas might for some reason help so I filled it up with premium. $40 later the car ran fine. I cancelled the rent a car and we headed for the hotel. After checking in we headed over to Wal-Mart to exchange the empty propane tanks for full ones, and then bought razors, more batteries, rice crispy treats, two non-electric phones, disposable cameras, STP gas treatment, and fuel injector cleaner. We stopped at the Burger King for dinner and then went back to the hotel. After wolfing our dinners and talking to our wives on our cell phones, we tried to go to sleep. We had hoped for 4 hours. 8 to midnight. My brother called my cell phone at about 9. "Bob, I'm on my way to get Mom and Dad. I need to sleep. I promise I'll call you tomorrow." But I didn't sleep. This was the second night I didn't sleep. I got up and went down to the lobby.

The hotel had a business center. I realized I didn't have soap for Chris and asked at the desk for some. The lady gave me a bag with about 5 tiny bars and a couple of shampoos. I started drinking coffee. I looked up more hotels on the route and called them. They seldom answered with "Hello, and thank you for calling BLAH hotel. This is XX how can I help you?" Most calls were answered reluctantly "hello."

I asked if they had rooms. I asked if there was gas in their town. Did they have cell service, did the whole town have land lines, did they have power.


Things hadn't gotten much worse from Friday, but nothing had gotten better. I got reservations for the next night in Tuscaloosa. Some places in Tuscaloosa were out of gas.

11:30. I went to the car and got the Gerry cans to fill with water. The lady saw me heading back to the room with the containers and pointed out a spigot in the parking lot. Returning them full to the car, I headed back to the room. Greg was stirring and I grabbed a shower. We were ba

Candle light vigil for survival event - Pakistan

Candle light vigil for survival event - Pakistan

*Report of*




*One of Over 5,000 Simultaneous Events in Over 200 Countries*

Karachi: December 12th at 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.—People from around Saifal
marry Goth, Nasrat Nagar, Zia Colony, Riti line, Ayub Goth Areas of St.
Jude’s, St. Anthony, St. James, and St. Philips’s Parishes and School
Children of Tatargo Yagagat school Karachi gathered to joins global candle
light vigil for survival on the occasion of the Copenhagen Climate Summit
held on 11-13 December, 2009. The awareness seminar with communities, school
Children and Candle Light Vigil and walk was organized, under the Livelihood
Program of Caritas Pakistan Karachi as part of the solidarity with the world
on climate change activism ever. 50 Children and 70 Community members and
development workers, both Christian and Muslims joined more than 5,000
communities in “200” countries as part of a global day of action coordinated
by to urge world leaders to take bold and immediate steps to address
climate change and reduce carbon emissions. The developing nations demanded
deeper emissions cuts from rich nations particularly the United States,
because he shares 16.33% of top greenhouse gases emissions worldwide to
pollute the atmosphere.

Mansha Noor Livelihood program coordinator, in his speech said that its goal
is nothing less than taming greenhouse gases- the invisible byproduct,
derived mainly from the burning of coal, oil and gas, that traps the Sun’s
heat and warms Earth’s atmosphere. He said that scientists say that without
dramatic action within the next decade, Earth will be on course for warming
that will inflict drought, flood, storms and rising sea levels, translating
into hunger, homelessness and misery for many millions. But scaling back
carbon emissions has become a fierce political issue, pitching rich
countries against poor countries, and opening up divisions with each of
blocs. He concluded his speech on an upbeat note, saying that little things
can make a big difference, in how we do thing in our daily lives that can
help a lot. For example, grow more pants around our house, streets,
churches, and mosques to keep it naturally insulated against hot and cold
weather. Put the iron off 15 seconds before finishing ironing. The iron will
remain warm and you can finish ironing clothes, this way you will use less
electricity. Turn off all remote controlled devices before sleeping. The
tiny light that lights also uses energy, which is being wasted while you
sleep. Turn off the stove when the food has been heated as some people just
leave the fire burning even after food has cooked or heated. When buying
electrical items like computer, DVDs, look for an energy saving star label.
Energy saving lights bulbs is good as they give a lot of light and use a
minimum amount of electricity. Use rechargeable batteries instead of
throwing out batteries, which increases waste and the disposal of which also
releases dangerous gases into air. At the end of the awareness seminar the
participants were gathered at the ground of the Tatarko Yagangat School, for
candles lights vigil for survival event at 6:00 p.m. the participants then
made the 350 number. All the participants of the vigil were holding
illuminated candles in their hands as a symbol of bringing light and to high
light the number of 350 and to show solidarity worldwide and demand and
urges the world community to act before it is too late, this is the only
planet that we have to live, so poor countries demands to rich countries to
cut emissions of greenhouse gases and switching your economies from fossil
fuels to cleaner energy.

After that the participants of candles light vigil started a survival walk
from the school ground to the session hall. The vigil ended by a collected
prayer for survival of our planet from the effect of the greenhouse gases
and to get down the levels of the carbon from our atmosphere and safe our
plant from both human and natural disaster before the problems gets worse.

At the end coordinator thanked community members and schoolchildren for
their participations and cooperation in the Candle light vigil for survival.
He also praised animators Javed Iqbal, Nafeesa Wilson, Rustam Bhatti and
Samina Maqool for their hard work and successful handling of candle light
vigil for survival event.

Prepared by

Mansha Noor

Animation Coordinator

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