Tuesday, July 31, 2007

"I'm looking forward to Armageddon and looking forward to the cleansing of the Earth."

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

F@$king terrifying.

So peace indicates end-time huh? WOW!

Can we get a working, sustainable colony on Mars going? I've got a few hundred bucks to donate. Get me off this rock.

Denny

Mac said...

Get me off this rock.

My thoughts exactly.

david biedny said...

This is just as terrifying as the documentary "Jesus Camp". And folks who are interested in UFOs are somehow weird, marginalized by the same folks crave Armageddon. If these lunatics represent the American mainstream, get me off this rock, indeed.

Anonymous said...

Although these people support Israel. Israel does not support them.

Stan

Anonymous said...

Hey Mac...

If you want to understand this phenomenon, consider that most of these middle-American apocalypse-craving loons live in what I call "generica." Endless, soul-crushing, artistically devoid, hideously ugly automobile slums. Places like... oh... Independence, Kansas. :)

I've lived in such a place before. I don't find the psychology of craving the apocalypse all that mysterious.

What we have created in America with our White Castle and Chuck-E-Cheeze and other neon abominations is a cultural fever swamp. Ideas such as these fester there.

Mac said...

If you want to understand this phenomenon, consider that most of these middle-American apocalypse-craving loons live in what I call "generica." Endless, soul-crushing, artistically devoid, hideously ugly automobile slums. Places like... oh... Independence, Kansas.

Independence, *Missouri*. ;-) But yes -- we're on the same wavelength. We've created a milieu that's not worth preserving, so why not attach oneself to the higher calling of a malignant belief system?

I'm out of Independence, thank goodness. I was beginning to lose my mind.

Anonymous said...

"I'm looking forward to Armageddon and looking forward to the cleansing of the Earth."

I'm not.

W.M.Bear

Anonymous said...

Insanity.