Discussion in 'The Pub' started by guitargeek6298, Jan 13, 2018 at 2:21 PM.
Somebody should be fired
This is how wars get started.
Since that was sent out on a Saturday morning at breakfast time in Hawaii odds are extremely high that it was triggered from an individual's smartphone while he was sitting in a local coffee shop while waiting for his spam and eggs.
Your avatar is quite appropriate for this thread.
Someone in the Pac missile command group needs to be sent home to watch Fail Safe.
This is how wars begin.
Real fear real terror.
I hope this is not something new.
True dat. More likely since it was one of those overpaidstateworkers he'd decided to blow the big bucks on kimchi fried rice.
Well, he's only got 15 years of good times, so he better enjoy it!
First: how the **** does this even happen? Second: would it, in the event of a real attack make a lick of difference to issue a warning? How long does it take an icbm to travel the distance, and what useful responses do the authorities hope citizens have time to undertake?
Assuming it was a mistake, I'm concerned that the test message didn't have language signaling that it was a test.
I wonder if there will be an abnormally high number of births in Hawaii this October.
It specifically stated that it wasn't a drill. Seems like something more than a test gone wrong.
False missile alarms, battle ships running into other ships, we got some serious problems.
G*d help us all if somebody attacks us, especially today
Better to have a false alarm than a sneak attack.