Writes Ken Harwood:
When a Cat-5 hurricane scores a *direct* hit on Orlando, WDW will close on the expected day of impact.
Immediately after the weather begins to clear, it will re-open. Spotlessly.
Any attractions that were destroyed would be rebuilt and running, no longer than a week later.
Mercedes dealers will offer courtesy cars to customers who bring in their vehicles for service — possibly even repairs not covered by warranty.
PG&E announced that it would be providing emergency generators to CALTRANS (the government), in order to power the large ventilation systems in Bay Area traffic tunnels.
Why won’t PG&E offer generators to their smaller, inconvenienced customers — especially those furthest away from where the non-maintained distribution lines can be expected to fall?