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7 results for 'apocalypse'

End of the World Will Ruin my Birthday

By Ely North, published on Dec 16, 2012

Dear Ely,

I’ve heard that the world is supposed to end on December 21, 2012. This is the most horrible news I’ve ever heard! My 21st birthday will be on December 22nd. If the world ends, I’ll totally miss out on the biggest birthday party of my life! Think about the scope of this tragedy. I could die without ever knowing the joys of getting shitfaced in a bar, doing shots from a hot bartender’s navel, dancing with drunken fat chicks, and vomiting in a filthy toilet stall. It’s not fair! If the world ends on the 21st, I’d have to consider myself the unluckiest person in the... (more)

Tags: humor, birthday, end of the world, apocalypse, legal drinking age, 21

A Lot of Number Two

By Anastasia , published on Dec 13, 2012

I’m really looking forward to 21 December. It’s Yule, the Winter Solstice, one of the main Wiccan sabbats, right at the top of the wheel of the year. After Samhain – Halloween – it’s my personal favourite. It falls this year on a Friday. I have a party planned, all the better because mother and father will be away for the weekend. My close friends and associated hangers-on will be there. I’m taking lots of trouble over the food and the drink. For me it is the best or nothing.

Alas, I fear that I am wasting my money and my time. As I pointed out here recently (The Last Three Weeks),... (more)

Tags: apocalypse, maya, doomsday.

The Last Three Weeks

By Anastasia , published on Dec 2, 2012

...that one would have to be an ancient Mayan not to know – it’s the Mayan Long Count Calendar, which reaches the end of its cycle on 21 December. If you don’t know this you really should have paid attention to 2012, the 2009 Hollywood blockbuster which gave lavish details of the coming apocalypse. “We were warned”, said the movies tagline, a point emphasised by one of the characters who said “The Mayans saw this coming thousands of years ago.”

Hey, let’s step back a little. Let’s ask one key question: what exactly did the Mayans see? Nothing, nothing at all;... (more)

Tags: mexico, 2012, apocalypse, guatemala, mayan civilization

Romney Says, Sweater Vests Sign of Apocalypse

By Notumbus Bumbus, published on Mar 7, 2012

There is truly nothing quite so entertaining to an atheist as the sight of warring Christian sects. It's like there's this Jesus character, but he's embedded in an multi-player video game with an RPG launcher for every player. Total entertainment, though minus the first-shooter viewpoint. And you get to choose who the enemy is, which means everybody is eventually an enemy. What fun!

To watch months of these shenanigans, with each player trying to out-righteous the others, has indeed been a joy, but after a while, you become a bit numb. After all, soap operas with heavy weapons can get... (more)

Tags: apocalypse, santorum, romney, cain, sweater vest

2012: How to Prepare for the Apocalypse

By Philip F. Harris, published on Jan 12, 2012

The first thing to do is not to panic. There will be no destruction of the entire planet and no rapture with billions left behind. However, if you at followed the news in 2011 and extend those events more dramatically into 2012, you will have a sense of what may happen in the coming months. Economies can’t rebound anymore as they are based upon false premises and the lies are rapidly catching up with themselves. As for climate change, we haven’t seen anything yet. Food production is becoming a major global issue as well as the supply of portable water. Those who have not been affected by a... (more)

Tags: 2012, apocalypse, how to

Why We Need The 2012 Apocalypse

By Philip F. Harris, published on Dec 31, 2011

Yes, humanity actually needs an apocalypse in 2012. All of the great avatars and prophets and cultures, Nostradamus, Casey, the Hopi, Mayans, St. John, DaVinci, and so many others, have told us that we are traveling the wrong way on a one way street. We know that environmental stress causes evolution; basically, adapt or die. The erroneous notion is, however, that evolution is a slow process. We now know that this is not always the case and that evolution can be almost instantaneous. Flip a few genes on and the species as you know it is transformed. We also know that that the term apocalypse... (more)

Tags: economy, climate change, 2012, apocalypse, memes

Mark Tufo is the Author of the Zombie Fallout Series

By Wrp68, published on Dec 16, 2011

...a relentless, ruthless, unstoppable force. This last bastion of civilization has made its final stand. God help them all.

Zombie Fallout 2: A Plague Upon Your Family

This story picks up exactly where book one left off. The Talbot family is evacuating their home amidst a zombie apocalypse. Mankind is on the edge of extinction as a new dominant, mindless opponent scours in search of food, which happens to be non-infected humans. In these pages are the journal entries of Michael Talbot, his wife Tracy, their kids Nicole, Justin and Travis. With them are Brendon, Nicole's Fiancee ... (more)

Tags: adventure, horror, plague, apocalypse, thriller, zombies, zombie fallout

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