Boning up on essential skills for coping with nuclear Armageddon
With the recent dramatic lack of brinksmanship by the Donald, people of Guam have needed a refresher course on what to do in case of nuclear attack. But have government brochures really provided adequate information?
The following video offers a quick drill on essential aspects of civil defense, with multiple choice questions designed to test your knowledge. Example:
How do you protect yourself from fallout?
A. Hide in the basement until it goes away.
B. Wear protective rubber underwear, and simply brush yourself off at the end of the day.
C. Run naked through a field of sorghum.
After viewing the video, you should at least be able to answer this question: What is the most practical thing you can do in the event of a total thermonuclear war?
Sidebar: Guam facts
Guam is not a state, but a U.S. protectorate. As such, it sends one delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. The current delegate is Rep. Madeleine Bordallo, but according to tourists she’s not the only Bordallo in Guam. More Guam facts from The Colbert Report: Better Know a Protectorate. More Mystery Science Theater 3000: Rocket Attack U.S.A. on YouTube.
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