Totally non political discussion, or maybe it could be. Anyway how many of you all had to do those dumb "duck and cover" exercises in school? You know, the teacher would tell you it was "duck and cover" and you had to go under your desk, get on your knees, tuck your head in, and cover your neck or head. We had to do them, although I think I was at the tail end of that nonsense. It was the late 60s and they weren't even telling us WHY we had to do these drills. They just made us. Then one day in the nurses office, while waiting for my mother to pick me up (yeah I was sick), I read the posters on the wall under "In case of emergency." There was poster for fire, one for tornado, and one with the boldest lettering, "IN CASE OF NUCLEAR ATTACK." That's when, I figured it out. We had three safety drills, and there were three posters so that stupid, drill where we had to get under the desk was in case of nuclear attack! Anyone else remember those dumb drills?