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AcorniaAcornia Spring Lake, RIMember UncommonPosts: 226
This morning those of use received a message on phone, radio, and tv that a missle was on the way to Hawaii (This is not a drill).

It turned out to be a false alarm caused by worker hitting the wrong button during shift change at Hawaii Emerancy Management center.  We did not receive word that it was a false alarm till 38 minutes after the warning was transmitted.  

To say things were in bit of a panic here is a gross understatement!


  • Loke666Loke666 KalmarMember EpicPosts: 21,441
    Hmm, so it is either quitting in the middle of a raid or death?

    Yeah, I would be offline in seconds there. Being told about a upcomming nuclear hit on your location would probably panic most sane people.
  • CryomatrixCryomatrix Cambridge, MAMember RarePosts: 2,132
    yeah . . .  

    That would've been an "Oh fuck!" moment for sure. 

    Worker should be in those "Want to get away commercials". I am assuming he/she got fired, I am sure it was an honest mistake, but damn, i'd feel bad for the worker. 

    If It with me, I'd just go sit in my car, it has anti-nuclear radiation filter (supposedly) and then hope for the best. 

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