So I'm in the LBCC library and all of a sudden the alarm goes off. No info, but the alarm was the same as a fire. About 25-30 seconds later, a voice comes on the intercom: "This is an emergency situation; lockdown procedures are in effect. Please stay in your rooms, turn off the lights, and remain low and quiet. This is an emergency situation..." Teachers and such herd everyone into a back computer lab room, lock the door, and turn out the lights. In spite of the request to stay low and quiet, there is a constant murmur; "what's going on? anyone know? anybody in touch with outside? I'm looking around afterhaving texted my wife what was going on, and realised: A) I'm now in a room with 1 entrance/exit, and a door that, while provided with a lock, is flanked by a 7' tall by 8' wide window. B) Said room is guarded by one guy with a cellphone and a reflective vest C) I have my CRKT folder in my pocket, a laptop computer, and a backpack full of books. I don't think I've ever felt quite that helpless. Must re-up CHL ASAP.