9 Mar 23
Observations, as our world continues to deteriorate:
When the WTC Towers collapsed, one consistent point I observed was the critical value of practicing E&E (Escape and Evasion) at the earliest juncture.
Many died in the South Tower, because they heeded orders from NY/NJ Port Authority Police who told them to go back to their offices and “shelter in place,” even as the North Tower was engulfed in flames!
Quickly exiting an area the instant things look dicey works in all sorts of dangerous circumstances. The sooner you act incisively, the more likely you’ll avoid the worst of it.
So, any time you hear, “Shelter in place!” and “We’re in lock-down!” adhering to that advice is likely to be fatal.
It’s time to get out and away, any way you can, no matter what anyone says!
“Pay attention, even to trifles.”
Always have a “way out”. When you go someplace new, located the closest means of getting out. A friend of mine was involved in the Las Vegas shooting, he and his lady friend had to hide under a car. They didn’t know where the exit was! When training new motorcycle rides, we tell them to always leave “get away” room between cars, especially when stopped. With the “jugging” and assualts on the rise, ALWAYS know how to get out/away.