Is “Some people are famous for nothing” a sign of the apocalypse?
Right now, I think it’s a possibility.
I just read that two people whose names I don’t recognize but who apparently became rich and famous on a reality television show spent their entire $10 million fortune preparing for the 2012 apocalypse.
Well, at least they can eat all the freeze-dried food for the rest of their lives.
Read about how Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt used up all their soon-to-be-worthless money and bought survival supplies for the 2012 apocalypse in this story from SF Gate.
And remember: Preparedness is smart. A “prepper” mentality? Eh, not so much. So put back a week’s worth of water, food and medicine and get a bug out bag ready, but don’t waste your future prepping for the zombie apocalypse.
2012: Another Year the World Should Have Ended
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from PopMatters by David Charpentier If you’re reading this, it’s likely in January, which means that, once again, the world did not come to an end. If you’re like me, that’s a good thing because your schedule is booked pretty solid over the next 70 years and an apocalypse…
A Fair and Honest Appraisal of: The Mayan Apocalypse
Turns Out the Mayan Gods Just Mad They Didn’t Get Pudding
By ALEX ALVAREZ
What better way to commemorate the end of the world than with a quivering mound of pudding? A new commercial for Jell-O pudding snacks, debuting today, will poke fun at the preoccupation with this week’s supposed apocalypse by suggesting that angry, world-ending Mayan gods wouldn’t have decided to end all existence as we know it if worshipers had simply offered up gifts of Jell-O-brand chocolate pudding rather than beans, corns, and potatoes.