I'm a teacher in a small rural school. We are behind the times in so many things it is hard to keep track, but there is one issue front and center this year: school shootings. We have finally decided that we need a crisis plan to deal with an active shooter situation. We have been talking about this for a couple years, but nothing materialized. This lead to an hour and a half discussion with all of our building's staff to figure out procedures in case something goes down. It was hilarious and maddening. We lack all the necessary tools (like an intercom system that is loud enough to hear reliably), and no one has any of the necessary training or education to determine what we should do and how we should do it. However, that didn't stop some people from speaking with full confidence and authority about how to handle things. It wasn't Gecko45 bad, but it was close. Focus: When have you seen someone completely out of their depth act with complete confidence?