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Originally posted by ZackMorris
Ok, fair enough. They are just giving their employees some good information because of the tornado and stuff. So they are acknowledging that, for some reason, there has been an increase in natural disasters lately. More so than in the past. I guess they follow the logic that, if its been happening, its probably gonna continue to happen more in the future. Interesting. Because NASA employees living in florida are obviously aware of the usual hurricane threat, so either this is something different, or they expect worse hurricanes, or they have lost too many valuable employees to the usual hurricane threat, and are now adopting a new policy to inform their employees in the interest of curtailing the dramatic losses they have been experiencing thus far. Oh, then there's the faint possibility that someone high up in the organization experienced a sudden bout of extreme compassion and will soon be sending out memos for other dangers like smoking and fast food and other things that a NASA employee should be well aware of.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by OnlyLove
Or it could be because it's hurricane season.
edit on 6/10/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by Mr Mask
I wonder how often do they issue such warnings/preparations?
this is the very first one
I have seen in my life.
or maybe I just missed the rest.