This Month In Alaska Historical Past

The days of the week have been renamed Sunday, Moonday, Tearsday, Woundsday, Thirstday, Fireday, and Shatterday. An oddly-assorted group of individuals seeking shelter from the specter of nuclear warfare in an en

The days of the week have been renamed Sunday, Moonday, Tearsday, Woundsday, Thirstday, Fireday, and Shatterday. An oddly-assorted group of individuals seeking shelter from the specter of nuclear warfare in an enormous underground complex talk and quarrel about their state of affairs and the invaders penetrating their stronghold. Their chief gets his foot stuck in a giant bathroom, which seems to represent death.

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