Living in a war zone

Life in Israel continues almost as usual. In the Southern areas, schools are closed ( thank goodness because a school was bombed ) and factories in the industrial areas are closed and workers will not lose any wages. A 10 minute advance warning is given and people must seek out special protective areas or bomb shelters. If you are in a car or bus, it stops and you run for protection. After the blast, you must wait 10 minutes before leaving the shelters.
I may be called a creep for being Israeli or other names but I have never called an Arab or Palestinian anything but an Arab or a Palestinian on this forum. You may not agree with me on my political views but don't reduce yourself to the level of name calling.
I'm hoping this situation will end soon.
If anything happens to me, you can all rejoice at the next PRoC up.
 
Life in Israel continues almost as usual. In the Southern areas, schools are closed ( thank goodness because a school was bombed ) and factories in the industrial areas are closed and workers will not lose any wages. A 10 minute advance warning is given and people must seek out special protective areas or bomb shelters. If you are in a car or bus, it stops and you run for protection. After the blast, you must wait 10 minutes before leaving the shelters.

spoof
 

Smaug

Banned
"Life in Israel continues almost as usual."

Thats because rocket attacks etc are normal there.
Murder and war are normal there.
 

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