Thump … thump (Taps mic.) Are we still here?
Today is once again the end of the world. I didn’t see a sign of Nibiru in the sky during my morning dog walk. Just Sol — and the only thing threatening him seems to be a scrim of perfectly normal, generally non-fatal clouds.
Still, some, writing on this very day say they see signs that the world is about to go defunct.
Have you spotted the Nemesis Star over your neighborhood yet? If so, please post in comments. But do it quickly. ‘Cause … well, you know.
For the rest of us, we in non-Nibiru neighborhoods, what do you think it’s going to be tomorrow?
Choice 1: “I was absolutely, 100% right in my analysis of the bible. The world did end, just not in a way that’s immediately noticeable.”
Choice 2: “I was absolutely, 100% right in my analysis of the bible. The world was going to end on September 23, but God heard our prayers and averted the disaster.”
Choice 3: “I’m so sorry I misled all my followers. I’ve re-checked and my calculations were just slightly off. Since Jesus lived 33.4 years and not 33 precisely (as I had calculated), I’ve now re-adjusted my figures. The world will end on November 31st at 11:42 a.m. EST, giving you plenty of time to send all your money to me so I can announce the new news to the world, giving it time to repent.”
On another subject entirely, a BIG THANK YOU to the person who dropped 0.03 BTC into my wallet the other day. It’s marvelous what that amounts to in USD at present. Whoever you are, your generosity kept my week from being a financial downer.
Also: Rick Burner’s fascinating account of Hurricane Irma will continue tomorrow. If we’re still here, that is. If anyone else who made it through Irma, Harvey, or any other disaster cares to speak up, I’d be very glad to publish your accounts or link to them on your blog.