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to a close Radios Does that mean the war is over? For some people, yes. For us, not yet. Radios resumption of normal broadcasting is anticipated within the next hours. Marilyn, where is it? It’s the next turn to the right. It’s about two blocks up. Anybody here? What do you want? Are you Dr. Strong? That’s right. My boy’s badly hurt. We need help. Take that gun out of your belt and hand it here. All right, roll up your sleeves. What for? Never mind what for. Roll up your sleeves. You look all right. Dope addicts have been running crazy around here. Please, Doctor, my boy. All right, bring him in. Watching you work is like raising your head up out of mud and slime Radios and seeing civilization again. I thought we’d lost it for good. Scrape the scabs off and apply enough strong disinfectant Radios there’s a chance civilization might recover. Doctor Radios what are his chances? Well, the artery was partially severed. He’s lost a critical amount of blood. An Army advance unit came through this morning and left me some plasma. (But it must be serum! You will see later.) That’s all right for shock. This boy needs whole blood. You have to get him to Wheaton for transfusions. Why didn’t the Army leave you whole blood, too? Because it has to be kept under refrigeration. (Real plasma too! It ist a protein.) I haven’t had electricity for over two weeks. Now, don’t rough him around. This patch job I did might not hold. Can’t you come with us? No, my people are starting to come back. They’re gonna be needing me. Somebody has to keep the shin bone connected to the thigh bone. And even if I went along, there is not much more I can do for him. It’s only a matter of time now. And prayer. I’m sorry, Doctor. I can’t pay you. I haven’t got any money. Money was one of the first symbols that disappeared. Tell you what I could use, though. Some ammunition, if you can spare it. I have a ., too. I only have a few. I can let you have four. Don’t short yourself. It’s all right. The war is over. We won. Well, ding-ding for us.