The End is Nigh

posted 30 Sep 2004, 10PM | 10 Comments

Check out the Mt St. Helens webcam to see if you can catch any seismic activity. Unfortunately, based on a recent image I captured, earthquakes may be the least of our problems.

I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords. I'd like to remind them as a trusted weblog personality, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.

There are 10 Comments


30 Sep 04 at 06:22PM Keith said:

That's some scary poop man. But, hey, could be worse...


1 Oct 04 at 12:08AM Fissell said:

There's always Mothmonsterman. Or giant killer flies, depending on your susceptibility to the Aqua Teen Hunger Force's mind numbing rays of cabledom via the Cartoon Network.


1 Oct 04 at 08:23AM alison said:

my favorite kent brockman line is from homer the vigilante:

Kent: Professor, without knowing precisely what the danger is, would you say it's time for our viewers to crack open each other's heads and feast on the goo inside?
Professor: Mmm, yes I would, Kent.


1 Oct 04 at 12:24PM Mike said:

Shes blowing!


1 Oct 04 at 03:21PM Scott Johnson said:

Wow, I had no idea that Mt.SH was even active still. I have just seen the images late Friday (Oct 1). Scary indeed! I hope nobody gets hurt over there!


2 Oct 04 at 04:24AM Chris said:

Wow. Seismic activity and insect overlords. Mt St. Helens is the place to be. Or rather, the place not to be.


2 Oct 04 at 09:36AM mark said:

so... uh... what happened to the people slices?


4 Oct 04 at 03:31PM ryan said:

I guess I just got bored of them.


13 Oct 04 at 11:37PM Mark Couvillion said:

oh... great. i was wondering where to go to play online poker. thank god someone used your comments as a billboard!

thank god i'm so dull as to check comments on a post that's two weeks old.

i'm not making a stab at the frequency of posts here. hell, i haven't posted since may. well... not REALLY.

i should really be getting ready for work.

just ONE game of Texas Holdem first.


15 Oct 04 at 07:44PM Manda said:

I was trying to think of something witty, but all I've got is "eep!"


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