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David James Elliott,
Tornado in Las Vegas. Heat in Chicago. Hail in Illinois. A snowfall and a storm force flows towards Chicago. It's just the beginning of a series of weather anomalies. The lights go off. People panic. A few courageous people are trying to solve the riddle of the infuriated nature and prevent mass destruction.Written by
David Shahoumian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The tourists and pedestrians running for their lives as the Arch collapses are all (but one) CBS Digital artists, ranging from Compositors to Animators and Support Staff. See more »
During the first storm that hits Chicago, you can still the same tornado formation graphic that was seen as the tornadoes were forming over Las Vegas. See more »
You got it, buddy. Okay, folks, end of the line. Hope y'all feel you got your money's worth. I got to help out a buddy and follow this thing 'til it blows itself out. Uh, y'all catch a bus from here. Sayonara!
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Come on you guys--it's a dandy no brainer. Let yourself go. It's quite a ride. I loved the veiled references to George W. by Secretary Abbott and her assistant. Let business run riot and we get Enrons and all kinds of devious stuff. And regardless of John Stossel, the government is the only control we've got. A big part of any story is the actor's performances which I thought were quite well done. Some of the dialogue was corny but I imagine in the same circumstances it would be hard to come up with award winning comments. And that's part of the humanity of any story like this. I'm just mad that they had led me to believe that a flood was one of the results of the storm coming from the North and there was none. I wanted to see how they could get out of the many advices for citizens to head for secure main floors and basements with the flood coming. So they just chickened out.
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