Makes me wonder what "they" know that I don't know.
Then, I shake my head to clear out the little voices and chastise myself for being silly with my concerns about conspiracy theories, and I start to wonder why, all of a sudden, "they" think there needs to be an evacuation plan in the (very unlikely) event that Maine is hit by a tsunami. Maine (and the whole Atlantic Coast) aren't like Japan, which has long been an earthquake prone area, and in such an area, tsunamis are also a concern, but that's not been the case here. On the one hand, I agree with being proactive, but on the other hand, it seems silly to: 1. spread the fear of an unlikely event occuring by putting up signs that read Tsunami evacuation route; and 2. spend the money to put up the signs.
And then, suddenly, it makes sense. Money. Because our State and Federal governments, and indeed, "We, the People" have so much of it to
I wonder if Yellowstone and the surrounding towns in a hundred mile radius have put up "Caldera Evacuation Route" signs just in case the volcano blows.