posted on Oct, 27 2013 @ 11:08 PM
reply to post by TwiTcHomatic
I watched the first hour with my 91 year old Dad.
He was coughing enough, I felt I needed to leave as the stress of the topic and my being in his quarters contributes to more coughing for him. He's
I thought it was a rather mild to moderate wake-up call the first hour.
I'm curious what the folks in the elevator ended up doing. And I was puzzled why they "couldn't" 'merely' force the door open and crawl out onto
a floor. Most elevator doors can be forced open in such an emergency. The risk is to avoid getting cut in half if the elevator suddenly descends. In
that scenario, I'd think the likelihood that the elevator would suddenly get power and go anywhere was nil. Particularly given the length of the
power outage and nature of it. But they might not have known that. Still . . . after that many hours--it's somewhat logical . . . that such a risk of
getting cut in half by a suddenly moving elevator was quite low.
The Penthouse couple were cast plenty pathetic.
It was interesting how they cast so many kids taking such assertive and 'heroic' reporting actions. Also, that their devices' batteries had such
long lives. LOL.
I wonder if there will be a run on solar panels on Amazon.com the next 48 hours.