He was a prepper and that meant that he planned ahead. He never knew exactly when or if disaster would come but he knew that to fail to plan meant he was planning to fail so he did what he could, just in case. When nuclear war started the world got crazier still and he realized that even his own neighbors, if circumstances were right, would stop at nothing to save themselves. Now with his family missing and parts of two other families relying on him he had choices to make. Should he spend his limited resources on strangers or try to survive himself until order was restored? He wasn’t sure, but he knew one thing, he knew that planning pays off.