This is a 10:25 a.m. intraday update of Turov on Timing for Monday, October 22, 2007.
Following up on my 8:15 message, I have evacuated my home and office and am safely ensconced in a hotel on Coronado island, where it’s virtually impossible for the fire to spread. I have with me all material necessary for me to continue both TOT and management activities for as long as necessary.
I thank all subscribers who emailed me with good wishes and prayers.
The fire is now about 5 miles from my home and office, and I am not optimistic about what might occur. The Fire Commissioner of San Diego just announced “there nothing in the way to stop this fire.” The fire is totally out of control, and although it’s not being reported as such, probably because of fear of panicking the public, in my evaluation it has the potential of continuing to burn all the way to the Pacific Ocean. That would make it the worst catastrophe in California history and leave perhaps as many as 100,000 people homeless – or more. And since there’s not a damn thing I can do about it, I simply will not worry about it, and will go on with life and business as well as possible.
Thanks for the opportunity to be of service, and I’ll email you again six hours before the start of Tuesday’s session – as usual!
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