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Tuesday, May 23

PSA: Gather ye rosebuds while ye may...

Just a public service announcement from your ol' friend Dluxe

The world as we know it will end in 2 days. Seriously. I read it on teh intarweb. You can too.

That is all.

UPDATED!! I just saw that Brian McLaren is supposed to be participating in this live telecast at 8pm on Thursday. Given that the cataclysm is slated for mid-afternoon and given my anti-McLaren bent and given the other looney tune ideas likely to be trumpeted in said telecast, I can now say definitively that something good will come out of the impending disaster.

6 Comments:

  • Drat! And I was expecting to have another two full weeks! (Ya know: there are quite a few who are thinking that June 6 (ie: 6/6/6) will be WWIII.)

    I guess I'll have to hurry a bit more on that last sudoku puzzle!

    Thanks, dluxe, for the smile!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:15 AM, May 23, 2006  

  • Ya know: there are quite a few who are thinking that June 6 (ie: 6/6/6) will be WWIII.

    Well, the extreme interiors of nations will be spared from the tsunami... The extreme economic destabilization might just trigger a global war in the subsequent weeks.

    So, don't count your chickens yet...

    By Blogger HeavyDluxe, at 10:22 AM, May 23, 2006  

  • "[His] second book came out in April 2006 in which he presents his various experiences with extraterrestrials since 1977 including his most recent communications and physical contacts with them."

    Thank you Eric Julien for informing us of this impending disaster. Good luck with the aliens...

    By Blogger paradigm shifter, at 4:35 PM, May 23, 2006  

  • With all due respect to "The Very Rev. Alan Jones", do you have to build up to a title like that? Like first you have to be the "Moderately Rev"?

    By Anonymous Brendt, at 4:59 PM, May 23, 2006  

  • Hmm...Blogger even works here in the afterlife....

    By Blogger Eva, at 6:39 AM, May 26, 2006  

  • Saturday, May 27th. 10:30am

    After two days in the bunker, we emerged. You can't imagine how bittersweet that moment was for us... The cool air and bright sun on our faces, and yet the heavy hearts within us.

    It was strange that we knew the world was now so different after the disaster, and yet it seemed so normal. People driving by in their cars, kids fishing, and joggers running down the street... Didn't people care about the tragedy that had befallen the world.

    I raced into the house and was surprised to find that internet access was still available. Thank goodness that the infrastructure was built to be so robust.

    Racing to the news sites, I was shocked to find that there was no mention of the horrors that I knew must've taken place. What is wrong with us? Is our capacity to ignore the plight of others really so massive?

    But wait. Nothing. Really! Nothing? No comet, no tsunami, no world-defining event? What happened?

    Huh. I guess you really can't believe everything you read on the internet.

    Do you suppose I have to mow my lawn now?

    By Blogger HeavyDluxe, at 10:40 AM, May 27, 2006  

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