zombies arrested in downtown minneapolis and other signs that the earth is dying

Zombies were spotted in downtown Minneapolis. “They were arrested for behavior that was suspicious and disturbing,” said Lt. Gregory Reinhardt, a police spokesman. (thanks to Kez for the tip)

In other, not so amusing news, it seems as though the Amazon might be drying up and turning into a desert… To my knowledge, no one has been arrested. (I guess no one finds it either suspicious or disturbing.)

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4 Comments

  1. egpenet
    Posted July 26, 2006 at 8:19 pm | Permalink

    Brownsville, Texas (where I think the Rio Grande “empties” into the Gulf of Mexico) hasn’t seen much more than a trickle of water pass by in a long, long time. The city DOES have an amazing mandolin/guitar choir, however, which totally amazed me with their sound. Even their joyful “gritos” could not produce a drop of rain.

  2. doulicia
    Posted July 27, 2006 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

    I can’t even follow the Amazon link because just reading what YOU posted made my anxiety level upgrade by two. Learning the specifics will only send me running for the Xanax.

    We are so fucked.

  3. UBU
    Posted July 28, 2006 at 4:08 pm | Permalink

    Hell, son, if it’s a desert then that means there some OIL down there! When are you going to understand that God’s planned everything for the best?

  4. UncleWendy
    Posted July 28, 2006 at 9:44 pm | Permalink

    Is it just me, or has the mainstream media finally woken up and are starting to cover (exploit) this scary topic like they should have been decades ago? The lead story on the 11 o’clock television news used to be about potholes in some suburban town. The other night, I flicked by and saw images of glaciers melting. I wish I could say that was a happy moment, but given that the demise of the Earth was involved, I couldn’t even chuckle.

    Pass the vodka! I’m going to be soooo trashed on Rapture Eve.

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