Ray Dee Ate My Friend, Come On!

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Many folks are aware of the respect necessary for nuclear energy.

Perhaps their exposure emanated from an x-ray ordered by their

doctor where they curiously observed x-ray technicians being

extra cautious in order to avoid catching any of the invisible

beams tossed directly toward their hapless shadow casters

or maybe they monitored a television newscast about

the commotion created by a bit of radioactive H2O

spilled at some fancy named power generation

facility and were mildly amused by the space

suits everyone wore to limit any exposure.

Yep, these same people will recall how,

at one time, humans were concerned

about the amount of radiation we 

accepted as normal and how at

the turn of the second millennium (U.S. T.) all that changed.

Thank you, friend.

Barry out.

UST – United States Time


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