Dogbert could leave off the list things that are completely obvious when happening.
“Is there anything else I need to know?”“I don’t know. I don’t know what you don’t know.”
If there WERE a volcano erupting, Dogbert wouldn’t tell. He’d escape (the selfish p-ick he is) and Dilbert would die.;/
Better to be safe then sorry. I’ve worked with people who needed to have every detail laid out for them. And I mean every detail.
When a volcano started erupting in Iceland about two months ago, everybody ran to the eruption. It’s become our main tourist attraction, and people are coming from all over (that is, where travel is allowed) to see it.
Years ago, on a port visit to Naples, I made a day trip to Pompeii. Very interesting, but I later heard that Herculaneum was better preserved.
Regardless, and acknowledging Purple People Eater’s info about an Icelandic tourist attraction, it’s generally a good idea not to get too close to an erupting volcano.
“The volcanoes are erupting!”, I guess.
I was in New Zealand when the White Island volcano erupted. I wasn’t near it but it did indeed cause tourist deaths, as well as Kiwi. Nothing funny about that, however, I’m thinking that is a good reason to have “Volcano warning” at the top of your list.
By the time the volcano is erupting its too late for men and dogs.
What… is that a beer Dilly is killing…?
There is a “peaceful” protest coming to our city
Run for it, Dogberts! The volcano is erupting!
Or did you mean Run for it, Dogbert! The volcanos are erupting! How many volcanos are there around here?
I admire those who can (safely) go on daring adventures. I was always too much of a klutz to try those kinds of things. My usual activity was riding a horse, because the horse had sense even when I didn’t. I did go down some slide-type thing on Pikes Peak once. When the guy operating the ride asked if there were any questions, I asked “Do you sell life insurance?”