« Last post by kkokkolis on Today at 09:29:05 AM »
I used the term with a humorous manner, as we say SAKnut here. If I offended anyone I'm sorry.
In case of an Armageddon scenario where I live, I'll try to survive in situ. So, don't worry, I wont come to America, I wouldn't have the means to do it even if I meant to. I would try my luck and skills in my enviroment, whith which I'm familiar.
Now that you reminded me that I'm a doctor, the only thing I would have to do (and I would be morally obliged to do so) would be to join some initiative of a state organisation or NGO like Medicins du Monde or Medicines sans Frontieres, or Samaritans and help the population with disaster trauma. What you don't know is that I teach in a postgraduate diploma in the University of Athens about Disaster Medicine. My discipline is drug abuse. So I would be with the good guys. But the survivalist manner of quite a few here made me deviate and feel nostalgia about my days in the Special Forces, two decades ago.
So, yes, I could try to help. Wouln't I earn some bread for that?