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What now?

July 20th, 2012 | Posted by Philip J Reed in film | personal

You know to stay out of certain areas.


Then you know to stay away from rough bars or other places.


But once it starts following you into movie theaters and shopping malls and supermarkets and people are getting killed just for the sake of aimless massacre, what are you supposed to do?

What, in all honesty, are you supposed to do?

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4 Responses

  • Dave says:

    I really wish I had an answer for you.

  • dbs says:

    A very good question, wish I had an answer.

  • Justin says:

    My only answer is what I did do — I went to the movies on Saturday like I had planned to for a week, and didn’t let this sort of thing define how I live my life.

  • Willie the Pooh says:

    It’s a huge shit sandwich.

    Honest answer? What can you do to prevent this from happening? Probably nothing. Report suspicious behavior?

    If you are stuck in that actual situation? If you are near a doorway, stairwell, or you have enough distance you run.

    If you are a sitting duck, you might have a better chance of survival if you run towards the danger and fight.

    If a bunch of people do the same, the total number of people will probably survive, but the ones going toward the danger increase their risk of death. Plus a bunch of people fighting back in this situation is probably next to zero.

    There’s probably nothing you can do, but be lucky.

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