Check out these pictures the Red Cross is using in San Francisco that depict a post-apocalyptic wasteland right in my backyard (here) from Boing Boing (here). I remember Loma Prieta, I remember working as a volunteer in West Oakland where the Nimitz fell, it was horrifying seeing the cars that were crushed by a double-decker freeway and I certainly appreciate preparedness, disaster recovery and limiting the impact when bad things happen – but aside from the awesome depiction of the Ferry Building this type of thing does little to drive change, just like those old “this is your brain on drugs ads” I am not sure that stopped anyone from trying drugs, personally it just made me afraid of fried eggs.
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