The Testimony of the Mad Liberal

Saturday, January 04, 2003  

This small section is frightfully relevant. I can't find a date reference for the event itself, but I just hope it's not anytime soon.

For the next twenty-five years, the entire area was completely uninhabitable. We may never know exactly how many people died. Pritikin (One Awful Day, Lawrence Pritikin, 2113) suggests that the ten million frequently sited is probably inflated, and although he gives no firm casualty numbers of his own, it is clear that millions perished. Even today there is an incredible sense of loss felt throughout the world body whenever the [untranslated, 3 words] is mentioned.

posted by No One of Consequence | 5:02 PM

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