Yep, pretty succinctly sums it up buddy. This is why I love the Australians and Kiwis (I was told this takes place somewhere over there). Just simple, straight to the point people. No need to analyze the tornado in scientific terms, no need to bring random dudes who've devoted their lives to driving after storms to talk about the power. Just some guy with a cell phone camera on his morning commute hanging out while the twister passes by.
Doesn't even think of slamming the car into reverse or speeding on through. Just content to sit there and give his commentary, which is spot on. And it's not like he's out of the norm, like three other cars I noticed just drove right on through. Probably didn't even notice this shit was going on, happy as clams because they live down under and aren't troubled by the regular petty, everyday life shit the rest of the world worries over.
That's just the kind of sense of security and carefree attitude one gets when you live in the most dominant position on the board in the game of Risk.