Nine minutes of this duck-and-cover video does get frightening! Where are the second nine minutes, which explains what to expect “when the danger is over”?
Side note: That young lady at 4:27 needs to watch her back. That ‘older person’ has a bead on her. First, he’s escorting her by her elbow, then as they approach the shelter, he’s got his arm around her.
My grandfather was in the same unit as Christopher Robin Milne as they went through basic training together, in WWII. I have a personal reason to consider one of the characters from these stories in the same thought as guns, and the dissonance and strangeness of it is meaningful to me.
But this story? This? I appreciate that it’s legal, but it doesn’t feel right at all.
My first childhood bedroom was painted with winnie the pooh stuff. I loved it. Seeing beloved childhood characters lie to children about the fact that they are being sent to a slaughterhouse because we value guns more than their lives though…