The most disappointing part of the end-of-the-world prophesy

Rather than partake in the traditional fish and chips, with a pint of Guinness, last night my friends and I consumed poached salmon over basil noodles, along with bargain Chardonnay. Sure, it sounds like a grand ole time, but the unnecessary preparations for the zombie apocalypse, performed in accordance with the CDC’s guidelines, has now really taken the wind out of my sails.

No, it isn’t that the end-of-the-world failed to materialize, but being 18 time zones away from it’s predicted beginning when it didn’t happen.

MG signing off (prematurely disappointed that no zombies will be knocking on my door)


It’s about frickin’ time the CDC acknowledged the coming zombie apocalypse.

Yep. And thank goodness they omitted mention of the sanctuary in the Teton Valley. Whoops, I just blew it didn’t I?

It’s always helpful to have a few feeder pits, or, as I like to call them, “decoy sanctuaries.” And that’s all I’m going to say on that topic.

That’s what is commonly referred to as “bait and switch”, and it’s a particularly nasty version of that marketing methodology considering the potential circumstances.

I did, however, notice that the revised apocalypse date conveniently coincides with the brown run. 😉

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