Color Code of Awareness Training Lecture Response
January 22nd, 2008
Enjoyed those e-mail lectures. I live in a small place in one of the most quiet provinces in Canada. Our crime rate is very small compared to a major center elsewhere in Canada. Of course, being in Canada means we cannot carry a handgun.
After reading the first two lectures I was driving to work and spotted a man who walks about two hours every day – almost always with his head down and not paying attention to his surroundings. I though, Code White, right? Then, while at work, I happen to catch about fifteen minutes of Bruce Willis’ Die Hard 2. There is a scene where five or six SWAT members are going into a separate area of the airport. There, four men are pretending to be painters. The SWAT leader speaks to one painter who ignores him. He raises his voice and speaks again to him. The man turns around and shoots the SWAT leader and the fire fight is on. At the end of it the SWAT team has been wiped out and Bruce Willis comes along and finishes off the last two “painters.”
What I found interesting, granted it is just a movie, is the SWAT leader should have been in Code Red or Orange at the least. He wasn’t and so he died.
Good lecture on the Color Code.
All the best,
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