12 kids trapped in Thai Cave Complex

Mercenary

Hummingbird
No way those kids swam for 1 to 3 hours underwater.
Many of them were proably fully sedated and pulled/carried out of there.
That's probably also why they haven't let any media film them coming out.


They will probably need to be in hospital for a while until they all wake up fully.
 

CaptainChardonnay

Ostrich
Gold Member
Mercenary said:
No way those kids swam for 1 to 3 hours underwater.
Many of them were proably fully sedated and pulled/carried out of there.
That's probably also why they haven't let any media film them coming out.


They will probably need to be in hospital for a while until they all wake up fully.

:facepalm:
 

Architekt

Ostrich
Mercenary said:
No way those kids swam for 1 to 3 hours underwater.
Many of them were proably fully sedated and pulled/carried out of there.
That's probably also why they haven't let any media film them coming out.


They will probably need to be in hospital for a while until they all wake up fully.



Asked at a weekly news conference Tuesday if the boys had been sedated, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said, "Who would chloroform them? If they're chloroformed, how could they come out? It's called Anxiolytic, something to make them not excited, not stressed."

CaptainChardonnay said:
:facepalm:

They were probably given some diazepam/alprazolam or something, enough to keep them relaxed enough to make it out, but obviously not enough to hamper the rescue efforts

That definitely seems like a better option to me than dragging the dead weight of 12 teenagers and a fully grown adult through 4km of cave

@Mercenary: Even in the diagram you posted, the children are holding on to the divers

You think they would just give them some air tanks and send them on their way ?
 

pants

 
Banned
Mercenary said:
No way those kids swam for 1 to 3 hours underwater.
Many of them were proably fully sedated and pulled/carried out of there.
That's probably also why they haven't let any media film them coming out.


They will probably need to be in hospital for a while until they all wake up fully.

That and they might have to drag dead bodies out of there.

People are preparing their diving gear on site.
They need to focus, cant have journalist running around while you trying to figure out which oxygen tanks are full and which are empty.
 

Beyond Borders

Peacock
Gold Member
Wow...nothing really left to say.

My heart is warmed.

I'm in awe of these men, and humans in general. I know I can barely comprehend the challenge they were up against and the huge fucking balls they swam in and out of those suffocating, water-filled caves with over and over again. Or all the manpower that came behind them to make it happen.

And I also agree with the poster who said the women were surely there offering a lot of backup support, as they have for centuries upon centuries.

This is Thailand. Gender roles are well intact. Not that it wouldn't go about the same in the West, regardless of the all the rhetoric.

Either way, right fucking on all around.

Rest in peace again to the Thai stud who lost his life helping make this happen.
 

RIslander

 
Banned
^The women from the local area were likely cooking and humping up supplies and Singhas from town and sleeping on foam mats out in the open. Women from that region aren't like ones in the west... They're tough as nails.
 

polar

Pelican
Gold Member
Mercenary said:
No way those kids swam for 1 to 3 hours underwater.
Many of them were proably fully sedated and pulled/carried out of there.
That's probably also why they haven't let any media film them coming out.


They will probably need to be in hospital for a while until they all wake up fully.

Have you done a single dive in your life?

A cornerstone feature of scuba gear is manipulating your buoyancy by adjusting the amount of air in your vest. Get the right amount, and you just bob up and down underwater. Less, you sink. More, you rise. No treading water involved. You don't need much energy unless you're fighting a current.

The kids also had full face masks, which is wise, less risk of them panicking, letting go of the hose, and drowning.

The pairs of divers were there to tug them along, hold their hands along the way, and keep the kids' hands off the controls.



Obligatory addition: clearly, the gay black Jewish globalist banker-drug runners are at fault here. Did I cover all my bases?
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
Mekorig said:
I can understand the quarantine for the kids and the trainer, but why for the SEAL divers?

Dark dank environment perfect for all kinds of exotic fungi and and bacteria to grow primarily in mucous membranes (eyes. sinus, lungs, etc). And theyve been in and out of there for days.

The quarantine period is just precautionary to ensure enough incubation time for any these to show up under tests, and then be treated early and prevent spreading in the event its contagious
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
Kona said:
Mekorig said:
I can understand the quarantine for the kids and the trainer, but why for the SEAL divers?

(((They))) need a little time to get all the stories straight.

Aloha!

And some photo ops.

rabbis_in_thailand_tsunami_relief.jpg
 

kaotic

Owl
Gold Member
Avadhuta said:
The name of the Navy SEAL who died is Saman Gunan. His sacrifice was not in vain.

Rest in peace.

Those kids damn well better thank their stars they're alive and they better earn their lives and honor that man who died for them.
 

scotian

Peacock
Gold Member
Great end to a crazy story. I’ve done some caving and plenty of diving and once did two cave dives in cenotes near Cancun (Dos Ojos and The Pit) I didn’t realize that I was in such grave danger until I read the comments here. I hope guys aren’t dissuaded from cave diving by this event, it’s a lot of fun.
 

RIslander

 
Banned
Here is a video of the British Divers making initial contact. I'm not sure if already posted. Can you imagine what it must of been like to pop your head out of the water and see the kids, as well as for the kids to initially see the divers? I was also surprised by the lack of emotion from the Thai kids. American children would of been crying and/or cheering... these kids were stoic.

 

Mercenary

Hummingbird
RIslander said:
Here is a video of the British Divers making initial contact. I'm not sure if already posted. Can you imagine what it must of been like to pop your head out of the water and see the kids, as well as for the kids to initially see the divers? I was also surprised by the lack of emotion from the Thai kids. American children would of been crying and/or cheering... these kids were stoic.


They hadn't eaten for 10 whole days when they were found.
 
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