It's interesting for me to realize there are others who experience the same agonizing process of shock, fear, rage, and despair. The comments are worth reading as well. If it's true that no one individual has a very likely chance of surviving, do we do our loved ones a favor in warning them or should we let them be in peaceful ignorance for as long as possible?
Are our chances any better with Obama as POTUS or was his election already too late?
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