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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Springtime for Fukushima. A musical Play in 3 Acts.

Springtime for Fukushima. Or how I learned to love radioactive contamination
A musical Play in 3 Acts.
Act 1 A Tsunami is Just a big wave
Scene 1 A Tsunami is just a big wave!
Scene 2 Somehow Unit 2 didn’t blow
Scene 3 Row Row Row your boat, right into the plume
Scene 4 There is nothing going on here, nothing to fear.
Scene 5 Kabuki over the storage pools under the deep blue sky
Scene 6 No the Ocean isn’t steaming and that’s not a nuclear glow
Act 2 To Evacuate or Not to Evacuate.
Scene 1 To Evacuate or not evacuate, that is the question.
Scene 2 We don’t need help but all our junk is floating your way.
Scene 3 Everything is under control here, there is nothing to worry about.
Scene 4 We will restart our reactors, as soon as we can find them.
Scene 5 Our Robots can’t get inside, because their insides are fried.
Scene 6 No the Ocean isn’t steaming and that’s not a nuclear glow
Act 3 How I wish I had some Ice 9
Scene 1 You are all perfectly healthy, and there is no reason to be afraid.
Scene 2 We don’t need any help, but suggest you don’t inhale.
Scene 3 Everything is under control here, but we can’t find our reactors.
Scene 4 We have many many openings, please come and work for us.
Scene 5 If you are sick and dying, it’s really not our fault.
Scene 6 How I wish I had some Ice 9 this freezing isn’t working.
closing number:
"Thank you for coming to us, but it is time for you to go."

Christopher H. Holte

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