“It’s going to go on spreading down here, southwards, till it gets to us?”“That’s what they say.”[…]“Can’t anything be done to stop it?”He shook his head. “Not a thing. It’s the winds. It’s mighty difficult to dodge what’s carried on the wind. You just can’t do it. You’ve got to take what’s coming to you, and make the best of it.” (39)
It’s the end of world.
But the end is not instant. It’s gradual…yet still relatively quick—between six to nine months.
So what do you do? Maybe it depends on your job, your family, your faith…your view of death.
Maybe it depends on how you go out…let’s say radioactive poisoning?
Yeah, that’s it. Radioactive poisoning carried by the winds to your neighborhoods, to your doorstep, through the cracks of your window screens, in the water you drink and in the air you breathe while you sleep.
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