For crying out loud
It was our Australian friend, Shane, who pointed me to the happy news. In Hawkins’ webcast we learn that the predicted nuclear war (that, if you remember, was meant to have started on the 12th September 2006) seems, in actual fact, to have actually started after all.
Fair enough. Things can take a while to get noticed in South Germany.
Actually, Hawkins didn’t use any of my suggested excuses, and ploughed ahead with a real original offering:
Happen Nuclear War did.
Because of the launch of an invisible missile.
Rubs chin in a thoughtful way.
Well, I’m convinced.
Admittedly, I may not have fully understood him. His explanation may have meant that the cheerful progress of Nuclear holocaust was inherent in Bush’s alleged intention to launch a missile? To be honest, given that the statement was about 70 minutes long, a tad incoherent, and, well, ... I can think of better things to do with my time than figure it all out.
Like beat myself round the face with a shovel, for example.
I must say, given their own statement on their webpage (-16 days remaining before the start of nuclear war), I wasn’t expecting the old ‘invisible-missile-actually-caught-in-the-middle-of-a-nuclear-holocaust-and-didn’t-know-it’ line.
Kudos for the creativity.