Near Stampede at the Movie Theater

It’s Christmas Day, all the shops are closed and most restaurants as well. So we decide to take the kids to see Deck the Halls with Matthew Broderick and Danny DeVito. An absolutely uninteresting, boring movie that looked much better in the previews than throughout the 1 ½ hour movie.

As we exit the theater it was as if the starting gates at the race track opened up … thousands of people poured out simultaneously from Muvico 24 Theaters.

What happened to planning exit strategies, or logical planning of dismissals? I’m looking for a business term that implies carefully planning how large groups of people leave facilities in a timely fashion, all orderly and without chaos. For the life of me, I can’t remember the business term used. If you know it, please comment back with the answer.

Why would all 24 theaters appear to have ended at the same time, with masses pushing, shoving and being utterly rude and obnoxious?

Ho Ho Ho … Merry Christmas to all and Happy Holidays!

What happened to planning exit strategies, or logical planning of dismissals? As we exit the theater it was as if the starting gates at the race track opened up …

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