"There's no tomorrow," says a deep, calm, trustworthy voice on the radio. "We end at 9:00, so there's literally no tomorrow."
That's not the kind of news I like to hear when I turn on my favorite NPR station to hear the morning news--and why does he sound so calm if this really is the end of the world?
But wait--it's not the end of the world; it's just the end of the fund drive. What a relief!
Oops, better pledge quickly so I can get one of those crank-up radios designed to keep me connected in the event of apocalypse. That way, I'll be able to keep listening to my favorite radio newscasters when there really is no tomorrow--literally.