Georgia survivors are surveying the damage and counting their blessings, as an heretofore unseen white, cold powder fell from the sky in recent days, blanketing the area with up to 1 inch of the substance.
"We have no idea what it is," said Georgia governor Nathan Deal, who enacted Georgia's decades-old Civil Defense protocol after the first flakes were reported. "But we have to think that it is either Manna, or weaponized anthrax."
It's snow, you idiots.
Bomb shelters throughout the state were opened, and thousands waded out into the flaky white substance, seeking shelter.
"What the f--k is this sh-t?" queried Bubbadave Clem, from Willacoochee, Georgia. "We came out here to go four-wheeling, shoot at targets, and go camping. Not for any of this End-of-the-world sh-t."
Samples of the substance will be forwarded to the Centers for Disease Control in the next few days for identification.