Nice counter analogy. It reminds me of my first and only US to Canada crossing for corporate (Fortune 500) business. My colleges neglected or purposely forgot to tell me a tidbit on answering the question, “What is the purpose for entering the country”. When asked, I answered honestly, for business, I was rewarded a special one plus hour Q&A about the “business” specifics, even though the manufacturing plant I was going to, employed hundreds of Canadians. Answering; for pleasure, vacation, etc. would have gotten the quick wave thru treatment. Seems at the time, Canadians held a negative view of foreign businesses operating in Canada and maybe they still do.
However, I was not “Black Op” into a no communication situation, and I am sure that you were free to inform your business associates of any unexpected length in your train delay. As far as I know, the SEC does not have a “Black Op” division. So, I would think complete silence would/could not be enforced on Generex. It is like having a child leave the house without their cell phone and missing their curfew. As time passes, only negative thoughts will appear. Borrow a phone, make a call. Even if it is; "I had some beer and will stay at my friend's house till the morning” is better than no news until your kid gets home the next day to explain what happened.
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