Okay, maybe you can't see it so well in this picture. Go ahead and click on it to see the actual website.
It's a "RoadID." A bracelet with your emergency information listed on it. Maybe my walking doesn't put me at a high risk for being hit by a car and it's not like I go on dangerous hikes, but you never know.
Identification has been on my mind since college when I would trot around campus without a wallet. It's not like I needed it. I was relieved by the fact that I had a whole punched in my student ID and put it on my key chain. I was never without my keys.
Here, on my walks the only thing I take with me is my apartment key and my cellphone. Like my cellphone is going to do me any good if I get into any trouble or if I'm attacked. If something happened to me, the only good thing about my cellphone is the fact that I've got "I.C.E." in the phone book. If there is an I.C.E. situation, the 'rents will be called. On hikes, I still carry my cellphone, once again for the faux sense of security, and I take my complete set of keys, because I like to get back into my car. Upon my key chain is a mini check card. That at least would let people know who I am.
But, think about the things I could put on this ID. Not only emergency numbers, but NKA, Bood Type A Pos, and that I want to be an organ donor (something I was too chicken-shit to do for a long time, so it's not on my driver's license).
So, I want one. Either a bracelet or a fancy shoe pouch so I can slip my key in there.