...we will still be here on October 1st.
I know that's going against the new conventional thinking and I am going out on a limb here. How embarrassing will I be if the September-whatever blood moon crashes into Earth and takes down our power grid!? Or man-made global climate change causes temperatures to fluctuate and become unpredictable in the next week or two? Call me an optimist, but I believe our survival will extend several weeks more than what some of these fringe predictors of September doom proclaim.
It's not like I don't see the writing on the wall, people. It's hard to miss, as I do enjoy coloring on the cafeteria walls with crayon.
And while I do hate to be judged mental, I just think those people who pick September 28th as the apocalypse are CRAZY.
Benjamin Franklin "coined" the phrase, "time is money". If that is the case, there is no doubt we are living on borrowed time and borrowed shillings. The economy is as wild and unruly as Bernie Sander's hair, and it will collapse. It's unavoidable. This debt level is unsustainable. No amount of hair gel can hold it up. Nor toothpaste, for that matter (which is what my friends and I use on our scalps).
This massive borrowing and spending against the future is like when you give up gnawing at your indestructible wrist restraints and just chew right through the forearm. Oh sure, you might get a few minutes of rambunctious freedom playing and running through the front yard hedges, but at some point the men in white coats will catch you, or you'll pass out from blood loss. But I digest.
As for other potential dangers on the horizon? It is a mathematical certainty that in the future there will be devastating earthquakes, volcanoes and floods, with the occasional asteroid for good measure. I mean, it's even possible that Joy Behar may not always be on The View (*HORRORS!!!*) Sorry for that last one, but I do think we need to be prepared.
But September 28th? Really looney tuners?
It's not that I have anything against preppers, per se. I actually AM a procrastiprepper myself (I'll get around to it). I'm just not nutty enough to give myself this false September deadline. How batcrap whacko does one need to be for that?
So I'm thinking maybe October 3rd of next year might be a date to be concerned about. In the meantime, Live it up! I hope you dance! Just not in front of the TV set. The View is starting in the community room.
SO good! I think you're RIGHT...and very funny that we both mentioned Behar; though you're kinder than I am. And FAR funnier!ReplyDelete
Maybe I won't take that trip to DC at the end of the month after all.....ReplyDelete
We're all gonna die September 28th?! Dang, this is the first I've heard of it. Guess I'm not prepared either. Gee whiz, good thing I believe in Jesus. I'll let Him be my Prepper. ~:)ReplyDelete
Gee, Maybe we still have time to run up our VISA and let the Antichrist pay it off?ReplyDelete
Naw, I'm with Sparky.
Z, I'm kinder to Behar only from the perspective of a mad man. I bet The View is tops in the ratings of all the mental hospital cafeteria TVs.ReplyDelete
Ed, you're good to go. Just make sure you pat the shell of the plane by the door as you enter it (I'm not OCD but I actually have to do this)
Sparky, That's how we prep here to. Our 21 year old son lives at home while he is attending school here at UM-Flint. He has always gone to Mass every Sunday with his parents, but at some point this past summer his faith has caught fire. We were talking about these end of days prophesys and how lots of people are stocking up on canned goods and the like. The boy is thin but you should see our grocery bill without stocking up! So my boy started family prayer at night. We do it maybe 5 nights a week (I fall asleep the other two). My boy calls it "Stocking our cupboards" because instead of cans of corn in the cellar we stock prayers in the cupboards of our souls. "Time to stock the cupboards, dad," he says. I love hearing that.
Ed, your subscription to Chattering Teeth is due to expire on september 28. $99 a year for full access, just like last year! I take cash or checks (or chickens). Might as well start bartering now so we get used to it before the monetary collapse.
Hear. Hear. I'll check back in on September 29th.ReplyDelete
Man that's good news about your kid.ReplyDelete
Reflects well on you.
Oh, my gosh, do I think you have a MARVELOUS son....you're obviously a good dad, Ed's right.ReplyDelete
I can't take the credit but he is a great young man. He did all the work when he decided to be open to truth.ReplyDelete