Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Free anti-radiation pills to be given out to Illinois residents


THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT YOU WILL LIVE - THE BAD NEWS IS THAT YOU WILL LOOK LIKE THE CRAZY TANNING WOMAN!

Illinois residents who live within a 10 mile radius of one of the state's six nuclear plants can get pills to protect themselves from radiation in case of an accident.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency announced today that potassium iodide pills will be available for residents of more than 60,000 homes near the plants.
Vouchers will be distributed in the mail by mid December.
Potassium Iodide protects the thyroid gland from the effects of radioactive iodine, which could be released in the event of a nuclear accident.
In addition to the Quad Cities Generating Plant near Cordova, Illinois has nuclear plants near Braidwood, Byron, Clinton, Dresden, and LaSalle.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Uh...do these folks know something we don't know?

Anonymous said...

UG

Anonymous said...

10 miles ain't that far i drive 10 freaking miles in 1 minute.

Anonymous said...

The photo of this woman actually fucking scares me!

Anonymous said...

Everyone should have some potassium iode in Their home it's cheap insurance and once an event happens the Fed Gov aint gonna be handing it out.

Anonymous said...

MMMMMMMAMMY!

Anonymous said...

You will die, but just more slowly... Go Illinois Demmocommie Politicians. Just keep bullshitting everybody, as usual.