In the end, any opposition towards the installation of fire sprinklers is something which is borne in misunderstanding. Fire sprinklers have the genuine capacity to save lives, but people only need to learn of them. However, in the words of Lorraine Carli, a HSFC president, “It’s certainly encouraging to see that… the majority [of people surveyed] would rather buy a sprinklered home…” . This was in reference to a national Harris Poll survey conducted in 2014. The implications of this statement certainly signify that opinion is changing, and more people are growing aware of the benefits of the fire sprinkler. Perhaps it would not be farfetched to think that one day, fire sprinklers will accompany smoke detectors in every home across the United States, and provide the protection which every family deserves.
2. The humans are mostly useless in this movie. In the end, the Autobots have to win the day. Not even Mark Wahlberg, whom I like, is given a useful role in the plot. They give you false hope when he looks like he was going to be THE CHOSEN ONE, and you wait for him to transform into some more epic, maybe a superhero human Transformer hybrid. Nope. Doesn’t happen. He mostly ends up making sure Viviane (Laura Haddock) doesn’t fall down because they need her to hold the staff (her one job). Oh, and he gets to raise a sword to rally the mythical Knights of Cybertron. Big fat whoop.
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