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My Greatest Fear
by Peter J. Hedge
Monday, November 24, 2003

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This "quickie" started life as another "saucy" British postcard. It featured two men looking at a nuclear reactor's sign and one saying to the other, "Blimee Bill! I bet that ain't 'alf painful!

        My Greatest Fear

The neutron bomb
They say is wrong,
Just why I am not sure.
And biological wars
Would notch up scores
Of diseases that have no cure.


 But my greatest fear
(And Iím being sincere
Though my statement may cause some smiles).
Is not being lost
In a holocaust
. . . But getting  atomic piles!

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