posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 03:01 PM
reply to post by julesmac8
I think it was Paul Newman who said 'If you ever have a plan, you're screwed'.
So, has everyone in the US got a list of things 'to do' stuck on the fridge door?
You know: milk, bread, oh in case of radioactivity please turn over.
I'm not sure we English have shelters (apart from 'important' people).
But we are as a nation renowned for our garden sheds.
Indeed, all our important inventions have apparently eminated from such structures.
Now our sheds are generally lapped wooden material given to healthy ventilation, so not much good regarding fallout.
Travelling to fetch the kids, nope, our roads are clogged up anyway.
Stockpiling food, nope, we love our fish and chips.
Twenty minutes to button up - most people here would go to the nearest pub and have a beer or ten.
Me, I'll just head down to the local airfield and jump in a plane.
WHO SAID FLYING WAS BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT?