I have always been one of those people who wear something to bed. It does not have to be much, and more often than not because of my drinking, I pass out before I could get all my clothes off anyway, but I believe there should be something. One of the reasons is the real possibility you will have to run out of the house in the middle of the night to either escape a fire or to follow the rabbit leader. Again, drinking plays a big role in my life.
Another reason to is because that way I would not have to spend all day thinking of Richard Branson like this. “It was terrifying for me because my daughter and nephews, nieces, friends were all staying in the house so I just ran, naked, towards the house to try to see if I can, to make sure I can, get people out.”
Yes, that's right, during a fire that destroyed much of Richard Branson's house in the British Virgin Islands, Richard ran from an adjoining property, flapping away to try and save people. Admirable, but by the time he got there everyone was out of the house, including his 90 year old mother who was literally carried out of the house by Kate Winslet. All told there were about 20 people who made it out just fine and were there to greet Sir Richard as he ran up with his Union Jack waving away. I think he just wanted to show Kate Winslet what he had.
The fire was caused by the high winds of Hurricane Irene and reached up to 90 m.p.h