Monthly Archives: January 2018

Details Are Important

Details are important. Getting the big things right can sometimes be a wasted effort if you don’t pay attention to the little details. I just got a phishing message that appeared to be from my ISP saying my password had … Continue reading

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Book Plug Post Revisited!

Book plug post revisited! Apocalypse All the Time is post-post-apocalypticism. The apocalypse happens on a weekly (if not daily) basis and Marshall is sick of it. Life is constantly in peril, constantly disrupted, but nothing significant every really happens as a … Continue reading

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You Know What I Need Today? A Dancing Egg.

You know what I need today? A dancing egg. That probably means I need to see a doctor. I probably have some kind of vitamin deficiency, or an emotional problem. Something.

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Why Is My Brain Imagining Screaming While Watching This?

Why is my brain imagining screaming while I’m watching this? I can hear it clearly though, screaming. Terrible screaming. “It burns! It burns!”

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Peanut Butter Hot Dogs?

I just heard that some people apparently eat peanut butter hot dogs. At first I thought a hard ‘no,’ but then I started to wonder. I kind of wonder what that would taste like.

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We Still Have Apocalypse Predictions That Haven’t Failed Yet!

Worried we’ve missed all the apocalypse predictions? Y2K past? Mayans? All that? Don’t worry, we’ve got plenty more. Here’s just a few upcoming ones I found on Wikipedia: Date (CE) Claimant(s) Description Ref. 2020 Jeane Dixon This American psychic claimed … Continue reading

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Kinder Is Making Us Think We’re Getting Away With Something

Those of us in the US keep talking about the ban on Kinder eggs. However, we’ve been seeing some of these crop up in the US. I tried one abroad only to find one on sale at home. We got … Continue reading

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