TresDoblevéE, allá wrote:...actually, my question is "Why in your carry on?"...
So he has a valid excuse
to reach for his carry-ons in case of a fire
I guess he has done all the risk management calculations.
The risk of being in a CO situation
The risk of Brian being there
The risk of Brian being near enough to stop him from getting his carry on.
Is so exceedingly small
that he throws caution into the wind and lives with reckless abandon on that point...
Refreshing to find out that Evan does have a wild side.
Just like going for a walk wearing a helmet...there's still some risk in taking that walk! Falling limbs, out of control cars, or even getting hit by jet engines or cheap composite tail fins shed from aircraft above, or maybe a whole airliner drops on you while the pilots pull up relentlessly!
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