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Good ole DDADss – The Death, Dismemberment And Destructive Sustainment System

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You’re on your way home, to your significant other.

And as you’re driving, you get a call, and like so many other Americans you flaunt the law and discretely pick it up, paying careful attention to your surroundings to make sure there’s no police to cite you for your infraction.

“Yes, honey,” you say, “I’m on my way home now, it will only be about 15 more minutes”

You exchange a few more words.

You say I love you.

And as you go to set your phone down, you tip your coffee over, and overreact by reaching down to catch it not paying attention to the road ahead for only a moment, and before you know it.

CRASH.

You’ve just died after running your car into the side of a semi truck at 55 miles per hour.

Too bad. Your wife won’t get her goodnight kiss this evening.

But wait. You have DDADss, don’t you?

In that moment of impact.

Where there’s 100 percent chance the collision will happen.

Time pauses.

It rewinds. To the moment your wife called.

It intercepts that phone call.

Sends her call to voice mail.

You never hear the ring.

The coffee never spills.

You avoid hitting a semi, and thus avoid ending your life prematurely.

And 15 minutes later, as your wife says “I tried calling you, and it went direct to voicemail, what happened?”

And as you check your phone and see the voice mail icon for the first time..

You respond with “I’m not sure,” and give her a kiss.

You can thank your support team and system preventing premature Death, Dismemberment And Destruction for sustaining your life, just a little longer than you may have before.

Good ole DDADss, hard at work for you.

 


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