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ROFL. HT: BZ@FB.
It’s just plain wrong that this coincides both with my watching tons of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and playing Fallout 3 again. The confluence of 1950s stuff is pretty strong.
Jason: Just get under the desk, and cover your head, until the sirens stop.
I always wondered what people thought desks would do against a thermonuclear device. Were desks made of lead back then or what?
I recall ‘duck & cover’.
Later I did wonder about the nuclear shield properties of those desks.
Too funny! Have you seen this facebook video that ‘explains it all’ ?
I didn’t understand it before I got a facebook account – now it cracks me up.
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