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Originally posted by ararisq
reply to post by thoughtsfull
Well when an actual attack happens they are preaching calm and patience. Stay in doors and wait for further information. In the mean time they say get ready to bug the hell out, be ready to run at a moment's notice. I think its the left hand/right hand thing.
Originally posted by jibeho
Well, Its TORNADO season in most of the US right now.
Just look at what happened in Mississippi several days ago.
I live in Ohio and I am prepared for several days without the usual resources in the event of such a devastating disaster here.
With any hope, my family and I can ride out a storm in our basement.
Edit to add:
Hurricane season is also just around the corner.
Prepare now before its too late.
Listen to the warnings and learn from the idiots in New Orleans who didn't.
[edit on 27-4-2010 by jibeho]
Originally posted by TamtammyMacx
This was definitely not a tornado commercial. They sort of earily lifted off the floor in slow motion along with other objects. Nothing was broken. When they got to the front door to leave, they were shrunken or their door, was 3X too large. Then the commercial ended. It put me in mind of some scientific expirement gone wrong.
How quickly your company can get back to business after a terrorist attack, a tornado, a fire, or a flood often depends on emergency planning done today. While the Department of Homeland Security is working hard to prevent terrorist attacks, the lessons of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks demonstrate the importance of being prepared.