Originally Posted by FordGT90Concept
@btarunr: The time is rather irrelevant when it comes to emergency scenarios. Yes, 2:30 AM is rather inconvenient but, to save a life, it's worth it. Such is the field of medical, police, and fire emergency response teams and support staff. We con't control when a random spark decides to ignite a building on fire, when someone is reported dead or missing, or when someone has a heart attack, stroke, or kidney stone.
What's relevant is to judge between normalcy and emergency. Not blindly jumping to "it's an emergency" just 3 hours into the absence of someone, is what was suggested.
Now imagine if hat took it to the cops at 2:30.
"when did you last see her?"
"3 hours ago".
Originally Posted by hat
Yes, I am. Or was, rather. Some people have this mentality that just because I'm on a tech forum that I can't be helped with any personal problems I may have here. Well I call BS, because most users aren't bots/robots (we get the occasional spam-advertiser), and have gone through things themselves.
If you could open my life like a book you would see that I've put up with more than enough shit already to cover somebody's lifetime. I guess I've just reached breaking point because nothing like this has ever happened before, esp. not answering the phone.
Which is why, accept dan's opinion. Your life and what you've been through, isn't of a consequence to him, the OP/thread topic is, and to which he gave you his suggestion. No need to pick on that.
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