Wednesday, September 14, 2005

We get Nukes - They get Nukes

Some of you dear readers may be too young to remember the "good ol' days" when children throughout America were taught how to survive a nuclear war. In classrooms across the country we practiced ducking under our desks to protect us from falling debris and closing our eyes to protect us from the flash.

Back then most public buildings were stocked as "Fallout Shelters", stocked with food and water and basic necessities to get the public through the initial days of a disaster. As we have developed our crisis managment skills throughout the recent years we have learned that those shelters could be replaced with plastic sheeting and duct tape, allowing our tax dollars to be put to much better uses.

In my next post - How to survive a nuclear attack


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