Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Event Update For 2014-08-05

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-05 - Fire trucks and fire station destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Mount Eden (Kentucky):

Quote: "The fire began around 5 a.m. at the Mount Eden Volunteer Fire Department at 260 Van Buren Road near Taylorsville Lake. Millions of dollars in equipment was lost as the building was declared a total lost after the blaze."

Quote: "The fire house was built in the 2000s, so crews are stumped at how the fire started. While crews battled the blaze, inside sat millions of dollars of equipment and vehicles new and barely even used."

Note: They're stumped at how the fire started?! They haven't noticed all the parked vehicles spontaneously igniting all around the planet in the last coupla-three years?! One of their trucks probably burst into flame and started this fire. This isn't the first fire station to be destroyed by fire. I've actually lost count of how many times this has happened now, but the most recent event prior to this one was when two fire trucks, an ATV and a fire station were destroyed by a huge fire at 4:30 AM in Millville (Canada), mentioned in the 2014-07-29 update. That was just a week ago. Every fire station should now have someone on guard duty looking out for fires 24 hours per day. What would that cost? Let's say $50k per year. They wouldn't wanna pay that? Then they should be prepared to pay MILLIONS when the equipment goes up in flames when nobody is around. Some of those fire trucks cost more than a million bucks EACH...

2014-08-05 - Cabin explodes and burns at 1:30 AM near Big Chetac Lake in the Town of Edgewater (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

Quote: "Birchwood Fire Officer Ken George said the Birchwood Fire Department was called about 1:30 a.m. to 2367N Scenic Road in the town of Edgewater, on a report of an explosion at a house fully engulfed in flames. Two persons who were inside escaped on their own and had cuts and minor burns."

2014-08-05 - Apartment building damaged by explosion at 6:46 AM in Murmansk (Russia), 1 injured, some people trapped:

2014-08-05 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Albany (New York):

2014-08-05 - Underground electrical explosion hits Southgate (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Recycling center hit by huge fire on Hainge Road in Tividale (Britain), near the Birmingham Canal:

2014-08-05 - Passenger plane bursts into flame, makes emergency landing in coastal Halifax (Canada), medical emergency on another flight:

Quote: "A United Airlines Boeing 777 made an emergency landing in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Tuesday night after a small fire broke out in a galley on the aircraft. The landing was one of two that came in a span of about three minutes, according to the CBC. The network reports that an Air Canada Boeing 767 headed from Montreal to Frankfurt made an emergency landing in Halifax 'about two minutes later due to a medical emergency on board.'"

Note: So one plane caught fire and in the same area and within minutes someone on another plane had a medical emergency. Coincidence? Sure are a lot of these 'coincidences' happening these days. A passenger plane made an emergency landing with smoke in the cargo hold the day prior too, in Columbus (Ohio), mentioned in the 2014-08-04 update. Events involving smoking and/or burning planes are becoming more common, as expected...

2014-08-05 - Military jet bursts into flame then crashes near Zagreb (Croatia), pilot ejects:

Quote: "The ministry says that according to initial information the jet's landing gear caught fire."

2014-08-05 - Boat bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while docked at marina on Catawba Island (Ohio), nobody aboard:

Quote: "The boat, a 1998 41-foot Silverton, and its contents were worth an estimated $175,000, Gangway said. No one was aboard the craft, and its owners had left it early Monday morning to return to their home in Powell. The fire was reported at 1:30 a.m."

2014-08-05 - Boat explodes and burns during refueling at Blackwater Marina at Smith Mountain Lake (Virginia), 1 injured:

Quote: "Officials with the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries say a boat exploded on Smith Mountain Lake Tuesday night. Around 6:30 p.m., crews responded to an explosion at Blackwater Marina. A 64-year-old man from Salem was on his new cabin cruiser refueling when his boat exploded."

Note: This sounds like the work of the Ghostly Match. I mentioned refueling vehicles specifically as a potential danger, and you won't see it coming until the Ghostly Match ignites, and then it's too late. This keeps happening over and over, and especially to boats, which is likely for the obvious reason: hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will tend to flow to the same areas that water does...

2014-08-05 - Boat explodes at LaHave Yacht Club, blows man off boat, in LaHave (Canada):

2014-08-05 - Passenger bus damaged by small explosion on road near Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "The pedestrian appears to have reacted adversely to the explosion."

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 421 near Kernersville (North Carolina):

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A9 in coastal Berriedale (Scotland):

2014-08-05 - Tractor bursts into flame near Custer (Kentucky):

2014-08-05 - Tractor bursts into flame on State Route 29 in Perry Township (Ohio):

Quote: "5:32 p.m.: vehicle fire. Port Jefferson Fire responded to a report of a tractor on fire at 5061 State Route 29, Perry Township."

2014-08-05 - Tractor, ATVs and garage destroyed by fire in Timberlea (Canada), home scorched, near the coast:

2014-08-05 - Box truck bursts into flame on I-460 in Lynchburg (Virginia):

2014-08-05 - Service truck bursts into flame on I-240 in Memphis (Tennessee):

2014-08-05 - RV bursts into flame on I-96 near Grand Rapids (Michigan):

2014-08-05 - Van bursts into flame while parked at home, fire scorches two homes, in Winchester (Virginia):

Quote: "Thanks to quick action by personnel and close proximity of Friendship Fire Company, two houses on East Street endured minimal heat damage when a van parked between them caught fire suddenly."

2014-08-05 - Van bursts into flame on I-90 in Schaumburg (Illinois):

2014-08-05 - Minivan bursts into flame on street in Jackson (Tennessee):

2014-08-05 - Minivan bursts into flame on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg (Canada):

2014-08-05 - SUV bursts into flame at 12:45 AM on street in Wausau (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - SUV bursts into flame at Stretcholt, Pawlett (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near Highway 13 in coastal Oakland (California):

2014-08-05 - Three adjacent cars destroyed by fire while parked in Shelby (North Carolina):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Hardy Creek Road in Bedford (Kentucky):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame on Pleasant Street in Worcester (Massachusetts):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Tracey Street in Peabody (Massachusetts):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame at 5:40 AM on the Dulles Toll Road near coastal Washington DC:

Quote: "5:40 a.m. -- Car fire on the Dulles Toll Rd EB at Wiehle Av blocks the left lane @wusa9 #vatraffic"

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame before midnight, fire spreads to five more cars, while parked in Germantown (Maryland):

Quote: "While it's unclear exactly how the first car caught fire, authorities called it a case of attempted arson. The fire occurred just before midnight near Mateny Road and Owls Nest Road, leaving cars covered in soot and damaging tire rims."

Note: A little premature to call it arson. Competent fire investigators eliminate accidental causes first, like hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rust and electrified copper, and they haven't done that. They don't even know how the car caught fire, so assuming a person did it, especially in light of all the other MANY MANY vehicles that have been spontaneously igniting around the planet is...less than logical.

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Gilbert Road in Reservoir (Australia), 5 miles from the coast:

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame on Houghton Road in Maidenbower (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame on the M56 near Knutsford (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Ludlow Road in Southampton (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Car bursts into flame at 1:30 AM at home on Shurlock Road in Waltham St Lawrence (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 at Delaware 273 (Delaware):

2014-08-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 in Dillon County (South Carolina):

2014-08-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 53 near Trego (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - Vehicle and auto shop go up in flames in Murfreesboro (Tennessee), nobody there:

2014-08-05 - Three vehicles and garage destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2014-08-05 - Barn destroyed by massive blaze near Woodstock (Illinois):

Note: First link has a nice pic...

2014-08-05 - Barn and 1700+ bales of hay destroyed by fire in Lake Geneva (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - Barn destroyed by fire and explosions in New Carlisle (Indiana), in the Hudson Lake area, firefighter killed:

Quote: "This is a Barn owned by KFEX septic company and it is located at 5885 N. 800 East in New Carlisle, Indiana. This is near the Hudson Lake area."

Note: Septic company, so possibly some septic trucks in there...

2014-08-05 - Barn damaged by fire in Crawford County (Pennsylvania):

2014-08-05 - Barn bursts into flame, ignites vehicle, couple in vehicle flees, in coastal Kaikoura (New Zealand):

2014-08-05 - Fire season starts a month early in the coastal Yamba area (Australia):

Note: Did fire season ever actually end there? It didn't end here in the United States. We may be in a perpetual fire season now, worldwide, and if we're not yet then we will be soon...

2014-08-05 - Wildfire erupts near Crater Lake Ford (Oregon):

2014-08-05 - Seven businesses destroyed by massive blaze in downtown Jesup (Georgia):

2014-08-05 - Upholstery business burns out of control at 3:45 AM in Douglasville (Georgia):

2014-08-05 - Appliance store destroyed by fire in Sand Springs (Oklahoma):

2014-08-05 - Electronic shop and carpark destroyed by fire in coastal Accra (Ghana):

2014-08-05 - Two sheds destroyed by fire in Beaver Dam (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - Deck bursts into flame at home in Twin Lakes (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads to two homes, in Concord on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2014-08-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6:15 AM in Lakeview area of coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2014-08-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Springfield Street in Dayton (Ohio), nobody there:

2014-08-05 - Home under construction destroyed by fire in the Town Of Osceola (Wisconsin), nobody there:

2014-08-05 - Multi-family home damaged by exterior fire in Springfield (Massachusetts), 10 people homeless:

2014-08-05 - Three homes go up in flames at 1:45 AM in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2014-08-05 - Multiple homes damaged or destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in East Stroudsburg (Pennsylvania):

2014-08-05 - Six-family triple-decker home destroyed by massive fire in Lynn (Massachusetts), 50 people homeless:

2014-08-05 - Deadly blaze rips through home just after 6:30 AM in Costa Mesa (California), near the coast, 1 killed:,0,2441999.story

2014-08-05 - Deadly fire burns home just after 7 AM on Milltown Road in Adair County (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2014-08-05 - Vacant home burns at 4:34 AM in Columbus (Ohio):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home burns in Evansville (Indiana):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home burns at 3:47 AM in Lexington Park (Maryland):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 6:24 AM in Ogdensburg (New York), near the St. Lawrence River:

2014-08-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Elizabeth (New Jersey):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Marion (Indiana):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Sissonville (West Virginia):

2014-08-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Youngstown (Ohio):

2014-08-05 - Thousands of fish found dead in Puerto Rico:

2014-08-05 - Two dogs die, 97 more sickened, at race track in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida):

2014-08-05 - Baleen whale washes ashore dead at beach in Agat on the island of Guam:

2014-08-05 - Man, 29, found dead in residential pond at 6:30 AM at apartment complex in St. Peters (Missouri):

2014-08-05 - Man, 44, drives into pond and dies near coastal Naples (Florida):

2014-08-05 - Man in his 50s found dead in car in parking lot in Diamond Bar (California):

2014-08-05 - Man, 56, found dead in parking lot at 12:30 AM in Blythe (California):

2014-08-05 - In separate incidents, man, 75, drops dead in hotel, and man, 62, found dead at beach, in coastal Riviera Maya (Mexico):

2014-08-05 - Woman, 38, found dead near her SUV near Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "Her husband, Kallen Huston, told reporters shortly after his wife disappeared that she had complained of headaches in recent days. The couple would have celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary next week."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide can kill you with a delayed reaction of minutes, hours, even a few days. One of my friends, who dropped dead in a shower, had a few days previous been in a vehicle accident, which he didn't remember, and he wasn't drunk. He told me he thought he was going crazy shortly before he dropped dead. People who are in that delayed-reaction pre-death phase may have headaches, personality changes, hallucinations, all kinds of symptoms related to the brain...

2014-08-05 - Woman found dead in basement apartment in coastal Bellingham (Washington):

Note: Because hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, once it infiltrates a home it will tend to flow to basements, so you're more apt to drop dead in basements, underground carparks, etc. That's especially true in coastal areas and any area in a depression (canyon, valley, gorge, etc), or in any area downwind of a depression or body of water...

2014-08-05 - Person found dead in citrus grove in Yuma (Arizona):

2014-08-05 - Man, around 50, found dead on street at 4 AM in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

Note: The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making explosions, fires and people and animals sickening and/or dying more common during those hours. You're more vulnerable to dying this way if you're outdoors, or if your home has windows or doors open, or if it has a fireplace, or if you're running air-conditioning...

2014-08-05 - Woman found dead in Little Bay Park near the Throgs Neck Bridge in coastal Queens (New York):

2014-08-05 - Man, 53, found dead in camper in Mathews County (Virginia):,0,4050660.story

2014-08-05 - Talented young sailor, girl, 17, found dead in wooded area near home in coastal Lymington (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Man, 42, found dead in quarry in Egerton (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Man, 43, found dead in car in Banbury (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Man, 67, drops dead while walking in the Belstone area on North Dartmoor (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Young man found dead at university in coastal Aberystwyth (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Passenger plane runs off the runway in coastal Manila (Philippine Islands):

2014-08-05 - Small plane crashes near Felicity (California), 2 injured:

2014-08-05 - Two double-decker tour buses collide in coastal Manhattan (New York), 14 injured:

2014-08-05 - Passenger bus and car collide in Bingol (Turkey), 34 injured:

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer plows into multiple homes at 2:24 AM in Uffculme (Britain):

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer and car collide in the wee hours, semi overturns, in Fort Smith (Arkansas), 1 injured:

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer overturns on the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret (New Jersey):

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-94 at Mitchell Interchange tunnel (Wisconsin):

2014-08-05 - Tractor trailer overturns in Moberly (Missouri), 1 lightly injured:

2014-08-05 - Camper-van overturns, bursts into flame, on the Pacific Motorway near coastal Helensvale, Queensland (Australia):

2014-08-05 - SUV crashes off I-20 and lands on US 601 in Kershaw County (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2014-08-05 - Police car crashes into home in Cleveland (Ohio), 1 lightly injured:

2014-08-05 - Car plows all the way through home before 6:30 AM on Lake Road in the Hamlet of Burt (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "Voutour said it was tough to determine the speed of the car because there were no skid marks..."

Quote: "At this time, it is unknown if he died before or as a result of the crash."

Note: He probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and died while driving then the car kept going until it hit the house. Sometimes when this happens the driver's corpse slumps forward and puts pressure on the accelerator, so the corpse-driven vehicle accelerates until it crashes, and obviously, as with this case, there will then be no skid marks or braking, because it's a corpse driving...

2014-08-05 - Car crashes off road in coastal Rocky Harbour (Canada), 1 killed:

2014-08-05 - Shark attacks and lightly injures woman at Cocoa Beach (Florida):

2014-08-05 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures two people at recycling business in Victoria (Texas), near the coast:

2014-08-05 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures three people in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2014-08-05 - Pit bull attacks and injures 1-year-old girl, face attack, in Racine (Wisconsin):

Quote: "A 1-year-old girl is recovering from severe facial injuries she suffered in a dog attack in Racine. Police say the girl was visiting her grandparents Tuesday evening when she was suddenly attacked by their dog."

2014-08-05 - Two pit bulls run loose, chase people, one tased and killed, in Peoria (Illinois):

2014-08-05 - Landslide destroys one home, damages 100 others, 20 homes evacuated, near Spring Glen (Utah):

Note: Wow, big ol' chunk of hill collapsed there. Check out some of the pictures. Looks like that pile of land is heading downhill and there are a bunch of other homes in the way...

2014-08-05 - Iconic 'cobra' rock formation crumbles near Moab (Utah):

2014-08-05 - Large sinkhole opens on Horton Street in Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania):

2014-08-05 - Lake mysteriously bubbles and stinks in the Altai Mountains (Russia):

Quote: "The voices are talking about it being unsafe to smoke around the lake, raising the possibility that the disturbance is from a release of methane. However, they also say that 'it stinks', and methane is odorless if not mixed with other gasses. Moreover, the video is over a year old, and the so called Blue of Geyser Lake has been known to locals for a lot longer than that. The location is in the Altai mountains near the border between Russia, Kazakhstan and Mongolia, far from the Arctic craters. Whatever gasses are stirring up the lake have been doing so for some time, with the circles at the bottom known to shift their locations and shape in response. Gas releases may also be the reason the lake is reported to not freeze in winter."

Note: If it stinks then that's not methane, or at least it's not JUST methane. Carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are both odorless too. And since hydrogen sulfide is produced at the bottom of bodies of water, along with methane, that's what this has to be. It's probably not a good idea to be hanging around near any body of water that starts bubbling and stinking like this one...

2014-08-05 - Volcano Fuego erupts for first time in two years in Guatemala:

2014-08-05 - Magnitude 5.3 earthquake rattles Johannesburg (South Africa) and surrounding areas:

2014-08-05 - Passenger has medical emergency on one cruise ship, another ship has engine failure, near coastal Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "Two cruise ships bound for Alaska returned to Seattle after separate incidents forced them to turn around within four minutes of each other today, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The Norwegian Pearl was near Kingston at 4:45 p.m. when it headed back to port due to a passenger’s medical emergency, Coast Guard Petty Office 3rd Class Katelyn Shearer said. The 2,394 passenger cruise ship is now back en route to Juneau, according to the Norwegian Cruise Line website. Four minutes after the Norwegian Pearl turned around, the Grand Princess had engine failure near West Point in Magnolia and was towed back to Pier 91, Shearer said."

2014-08-05 - 1.3 billion gallons of contaminated slurry spills into the Hazeltine Creek in British Columbia (Canada):

Quote: "Hundreds of people in British Columbia can’t use their water after more than a billion gallons of mining waste spilled into rivers and creeks in the province’s Cariboo region. A breach in a tailings pond from the open-pit Mount Polley copper and gold mine sent five million cubic meters (1.3 billion gallons) of slurry gushing into Hazeltine Creek in B.C. That’s the equivalent of 2,000 Olympic swimming pools of waste, the CBC reports."

2014-08-05 - In rare event, TWO cyclones take aim at Hawaii:

2014-08-05 - Robotic suits give dock workers super strength in South Korea:

Note: I immediately pictured the suit that Ripley used to fight the queen alien in the movie Aliens...


  1. Hey Jonny! Big doings today, hunh? So many more of these strange incidents going on - well, they've become commonplace these days.

    Another day, another sinkhole in PA. At least we don't have landslides that take out hundreds of homes (yet).

    It's a good thing you are only counting school buses going up in flames and not cars (especially parked cars) or tractor trailers!

    I figured the robotic suits were more like the ones from Avatar.

    So wait, you KNOW of someone that had one of those delayed death experiences? Holy Moly - that's really upsetting - especially if its a case from your immediate area! So many people dropping dead lately, especially around water.

    Congrats on the 900th post! (I couldn't comment yesterday).

    Watch - that pollution by the mining company will NEVER be cleaned up and they'll get away with a slap-on-the-wrist fine. BP's already back in the ruined Gulf of Mexico. I saw an article the other day that said the dead zone there is the size of Connecticut (and growing). Industrial civilization destroys the very habitat we need to survive.

    That lake in Russia is pretty spooky - I wouldn't go anywhere near it.

    Last night the Penn State weather people said that both of those cyclones should dissipate (lessen in intensity quite a bit) because the waters surrounding HI are cold. I guess we'll see what happens.

    Let's review. If you're in an airplane at altitude, you risk the engines igniting or the plane having malfunctions AND there's always the possibility of a "medical emergency." It's worse when you go to land though, where landing gears fail, brakes and tires burst into flame and the whole lot of you could zip right off the runway.

    If you're anywhere around water - from taking a bath or shower to fishing and swimming you could die instantaneously from H2S dissolved in the water.

    If you're travelling in a vehicle of any kind - including freaking golf carts - you risk the sudden explosion of your ride due to all these flammable (and deadly) gases floating around now.

    Buildings are exploding and burning as is the electrical (and other) infrastructure is susceptible to these same gases.


    Lemme look around a while today and see if I find anything you might be interested in.

    Great job Jonny.


  2. Hey, my comment got eaten!


    1. Sorry, I was in my coffin sleeping!

      Yeah, that was one of my two best friends who dropped dead in that shower after the accident he had no memory of, less than an hour after he told me he thought he was going crazy. Even more sadly ironic, I had told him what was going on, but he couldn't accept it, and the last conversation we had - less than an hour before he died - he'd good-naturedly ridiculed me about things, which I good-naturedly took.

      Two other people I know dropped dead too, both in their early 40s, one in his back yard, and one in her sleep. (Not a bad way to go there, I suppose.)

  3. It's worldwide, the inner earth is heating and causing melting releasing huge ( extintion level ) amounts into the atmosphere. Article bubbles alarm scientists, huge craters in Russia caused by methane explosion. Past two years have had especially 2013 a increase in Volcano eruptions. That's why the summers have been cooler. Extreme weather like no other time except in biblical text " hint hint ". Jet stream a changing and a lot of earthquakes. Mysterious booms heard worldwide, strange sounds, MT Hood had some tremors, Yellowstone waking, Explosions occurring everywhere without a gas line in the home or building. After that explosion in NY a few months back a sinkhole opened up in front of the building that explored the day hindering firefighters efforts. It was methane released from the ground amusing the explosion and creating the sinkhole. I hope I'm wrong but everyday seems to be better than the next! Just check the front page of yahoo, first story is about the six extintion early stages were in. Looks like 10 - 20 years. Yikes!