I was about to make some smartass comment about how the image of scurrying people can always be set to 'Yakety Sax'...
Then I saw the cloud. Holy shit.
It's like the evil cloud in that haunted city in Wheel of Time!
|Caminante Nocturno |
I was half-expecting (hoping?) to see figures stepping ominously out of that cloud.
In that situation it is ok to drive on the grass, people
Needs a Stephen King tag.
I like to imagine the first 2 people were the ones who dropped the beaker or something, and were casually trying to hurry out before anyone noticed, the third guy was their supervisor telling them to get back to work, and with their cover blown they talk and he dashes back inside OH SHIT!
holy fuck IS THAT FUCKING AMMONIA?!
I feel bad for the poor bastard who's running away from the hideous chemical death cloud on foot because all his coworkers tore-ass out of there in their cars and apparently didn't feel like stopping.
Oh shit, no. Five! I said Five stars goddamit!
I'm looking for a girl named Cheryl. Maybe you've seen her.
IT WAS A SILENT HILL REFERENCE, GET IT?
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
"Three teenage boys drilled into a 30-mile-long anhydrous ammonia pipeline about 5:30 p.m., unleashing a chemical cloud, according to authorities. The three told investigators that they heard there was money stashed in it."
Wasn't that a Beavis and Butthead episode?
High school guidance counsellors should show this clip to kids, say the phrase "choose your path wisely," and just leave the room. There would be nothing more that needed saying.
Goddamn, lazy-ass employees just wanted a break. Back in my day, we'd just work through it. Ammonia inhalation builds character.
This is the way the world ends. This is the way the world ends.
It's either this or the Mr. Belvadere Fun Kit... I'll see you in hell...
To the ships at sea who can hear my voice, look across the water, into the darkness. Look for the fog. There's something in the fog! This is Stevie Wayne, signing off.
This link actually works. (Idiot kids.)
I once consulted for a chemical company outside of cleveland (database work). The first time a contractor comes in, they make you take an hour long training session on what various bells mean.
It was super complicated, if you hear 3 and then 5 that means this happened and run here, or run there depending on where you are.
The guy running the class ended it with, "look, if you hear bells, run like hell, find someone who works here and follow them".
I finished the day and never came back.
I just wonder whose truck that is. That makes it a thousand times more ominous for me. What happened to that person?!
At the end when the fog briefly lifts from the truck, I was semi-seriously expecting a skeleton to fall against the window.
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Oh man, I forgot to rate this the first time.
That is one genuinely bad situation.
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