Would you be afraid?
Would you be scared to return to your work after a suspicious package was left and the bomb squad was called?
I'd be nervous for a while, but not scared. My philosophy is I'm not going to change the way I live because there are people who want to try to do that.
I would be scared at first, but in the future, just take precautions like not opening anything that looks suspicious or follow the NY transit authorities rule of "if you see something suspicious, say something."
Been there done that. The bomb squad came to the place where I worked. We all went out for coffee and then right back to work. I worked as a printer; the newspaper had to print on time — with the bomb scare story on the front page.
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