Things are gonna slide, slide in all directions ....NOBAMA, EVER: Did you know the (fake) Mumbai terror attacks will soon lead to a nuclear war and then Bush declares Martial Law and Obama can’t become president and then a rogue planet will come to kill us all? So sayeth the Internets. [Boing Boing]

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  1. It’s like the entire internet needs to take a chill pill.

    I read some usually very erudite blogs about finance and econ, and even in such rarefied circles all the talk is about stockpiling ammo and canned goods for the coming APOCALYPSE.

    Seriously, people, we’re not going through anything unprecedented, and this too shall pass. There is nothing new under the sun.

  2. Every bit of it makes sense, particularly “our money and system of govt. starts to become worthless and begins to eat itself from the inside”

    It will be worth suffering through the North American Union, the abrogation of the Constitution, even the earthquakes and tidal waves in order to see something eat itself from the inside.

  3. He totally stole the idea of the FEMA camps and FEMA taking over from the X-Files. On the other hand, it’s nice to see some late 90s paranoia being recycled.

  4. Just as a mental exercise, ask yourself: can this civilization/economy/society survive? If not, read the internets. Why does FEMA need the capacity to store 20 million people in 800 camps?

  5. Question for the oldsters – was the y2k doomfest as bad as this? I mean, arguably, yeah, this is more justified, but still, how does this compare to the last time we were preparing for the end of the world?

    I don’t remember much about the y2k stuff, because I was probably too busy chatting with with my GF on ICQ at the time (it was like the Facebook of its day, you whippersnappers!)

  6. [re=200673]Lascauxcaveman[/re]: Being that I only apply this to weird sexual things I try to get my girlfriend to try, it has failed me always and forever.

  7. [re=200680]jagorev[/re]: Ha ha! y2k was hilarious esp. up in Idaho where they were selling y2k kits for thousands of dollars to protect you from the coming breakdown of the whole world economy because maybe your electric blanket wasn’t going to work properly and they paid for massive community meetings with y2k consultants who told perfectly intelligent people who hardly had electricity more than a few years in their communities that all life on the planet would come to a halt except for those who had piled up canned goods and guns and bullets and of course water, batteries and gold. It was a huge money maker for con artists of all kinds. All I remember when the fateful day came was a lot of champagne.Still, a windup flash light and some cash is not a bad idea along with some bottled water and a inflatable kayak to get you across the Hudson when Indian Point blows.

  8. It would be fun if Campbell’s expression changed when the comments box did the wipe over her face. Or at least the dress changed color or her clothes came off and on.

  9. [re=200687]102415[/re]: well, I never leave home without a) a leatherman; b) a serrated pocket knife; c) a lighter; d) an LED flashlight; e) a can of mace; and f) a cell phone that also has a radio built in.

    This might serve me well next time NYC’s infrastructure suffers a terrorist attack or massive failure, but I’m not a survivalist, mind you. Stuff just tends to accumulate in the recesses of my messenger bag, which I take with my wherever I go. Also, I always have some first aid, in the form of Alka Seltzer tablets, which in my experience cure every ailment known to man.

    If shit were to actually go down, I suspect I might try to mace the terrorists before they killed me to death with their guns.

  10. Y2k was a phenomenon of computer code. As a Mac owner, it didn’t bother me. As a business manager, it cost real money to fix in advance, as everyone else did. Mister Softee made some bucks.

    Y2k was nothing like this world-wide deflationary depression. Code monkeys can’t help with this, even if we give them vegetable seeds.

  11. [re=200698]villageatrois[/re]: Nice. Honestly, who cares about some Rogue Planet if noone has a job, thus noone is getting laid and buying bling.

  12. [re=200680]jagorev[/re]: Oh wow. I wonder what happened to ICQ? It was very scandalous back in my day. And also I’m pretty sure the reason I went to state school. Because who has time to fill out college applications when you can be having vaguely dirty convos with your boyfriend on ICQ.

  13. Because I KNOW you other people aren’t actually reading the comment unless you are some kind of Iraqi War Machine, here it it.

    “india and pakistan will go to war ( due to the false flag operation in mumbai), thereby causing the bush admin to declare martial law, keeping obama from being sworn in as president. the u.s. will join india in the fight, china will join with pakistan. this war will turn nuclear. internal opposition to bushes martial law will create a radical, u.s. insurrection which will cause many of our citizens to be arrested and placed indefinitely into fema camps. documents will slip out proving that the u.s. govt was responsible for the attacks of 9-11, just as they were responsible for the ‘gulf of tonkin incident’, and the ‘sinking of the Maine’. as our money and system of govt. starts to become worthless and begins to eat itself from the inside, the N.A.U. will be created by the partnering up of the mexican, canadian and u.s. govts. thereby making the u.s. constitution null and void. around 2010 a new star will appear in the southern sky. it will appear brighter and brighter with each passing year. at first we will be told that it is nothing to worry about. around 2012 this new “star’ will be revealed as the planet nibiru making its annual 3060 year return to the inner solar system, it’s massive gravity causing tsunami, earthquakes and massive volcanic eruptions which will literally change the face of the earth. the ones that survive will have to find a whole new path to planetary repopulation. enjoy!”

    It really doesn’t get any better than that, unless you are a Paultard with special War Craft abilities or something.

  14. I feel bad for those poor souls growing up in the pre-internet age, so sheltered from the world’s insanity and insecurity, the days where you’d have to poke at a crackpot trying to sleep in a bus shelter at 3 AM if you wanted to hear a tighly-crafted tinfoil tale of this caliber. Nowadays, the insanity of every raving, pill-fried lunatic can be documented, instantly and for all eternity, worldwide.

    Our glorious high-tech modern age combines the Jetsons and the Mansons.

  15. [re=200680]jagorev[/re]: I made a ton of money wandering from factory to factory sticking “Y2K Compliant” stickers on chips whose model numbers matched a list I had, a paper list. Ah, man made disasters, just can’t beat a good man made disaster. Lemons and lemonade and all that.

  16. Y2K was less exciting in Minneapolis than it apparently was in Idaho.

    The only thing we were really interested in was whether elevators would stop running.

    For a couple/ few years before 2000, IT jobs in banking and electric utilities–power plants–were plentiful, because businesses figured, heck, if I have to make these small changes to my systems, I might as well install a HUGE NEW SYSTEM.

    Y2K put my daughter through college. Good times.

  17. So, L. Wrong Hubbub was right after all? My most effusive apologies to Tom Cruise. Though I still want to punch him in the cock, assuming I can bend down that low.

  18. [re=200677]Ken Layne[/re]: Greetings from Planet nibiru, earthoids and humanlings! We’re sorry our immense gravitational field will cause tsunamis and earthquakes on your pitiful asteroid, but sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do. And honestly, we’ll do anything to stop you from beaming those images of Campbell Brown, weeknights at 8pm ET.

  19. [re=200695]jagorev[/re]:
    “well, I never leave home without a) a leatherman; b) a serrated pocket knife; c) a lighter; d) an LED flashlight; e) a can of mace; and f) a cell phone that also has a radio built in.”

    So, they love you at the airport, huh?

  20. Wow, I’ve been looking at NiRuBu stuff –

    Here’s the caption to a youtube video – this is some serious crazy.

    April 06, 2008
    Following an intensive a 7-week study we have upgraded our assessment of NibiruShock2012’s first two videos from “compelling” to “highly credible.” This video documents the events leading up to this change in chronological order.

    What prompts us to make this claim is the massive, highly successful government disinformation campaign waged against these two important disclosure videos by NibiruShock2012.

    We further believe that NibiruShock2012’s latest video is a sophisticated disinformation ploy that has been presented as a hoax in order to quell any further public discussion. These specific findings are detailed in the reports by Janice Manning and Jacco van der Worp, MSc.

  21. Hmmm, so is this a shrill lefty Demomoonbat net-rumor or a snarling neo-nazi Republifascist net-rumor? Regardless, I’m stocking up on beer, ammo and porn, I’d advise everyone to do the same…


  22. another of the predictions:
    ” …Also, an epic Heroes-like television series about loss, redemption and irreconcilable inner struggle based around LOLcats.”
    Perhaps some are not taking this as seriously as they should?

  23. Stuff like this had a lot more gravitas when it was done ink-on-paper, printed to the edges of the page, front and back, in multiple fonts and boldfaces, mostly all caps.

  24. I give it about a 8 on a scale of 10…kinda started losing me with 3/4 of a paragraph done and not mention of the Mossad yet (*cough* Campbell Brown *cough* *cough*) but then he pulled out that SWERVE of planet Nibiru and so forth and I started doing that slow clap like in high school movies and then got up and starting screaming out of gut-wrenching Nibiru-fear.

    Pretty good job, boingboinb nuts!

  25. ok fuck you wonkette for sucking me into reading this insanity. i have spent my entire morning reading that boing boing post and im not even a third through it. its like watching a thousand train wrecks. i cant turn away.

  26. Hi John: I’m working on my next book, Crossing the Cusp. I’m planning to release it in the fall. It will address what I believe will be the largest single die back event and how to get´╗┐ through it. You’re got a great start. Keep going. The answers will not make you survivor. The process of finding them will, because it will hard wire your brain for survival.-Marshall

    Please try to sell this guy some ad space on Wonkette. We need to divert some of this crazy money our way.

  27. “…the ones that survive will have to find a whole new path to planetary repopulation. enjoy!”

    See? Here’s the silver lining. After Nibiru goes away we will get to have a whole bunch of legitimate secksy time!! Armageddon, Smarmageddon!

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