Everyone Still Here?

Hah! May 25 passed without incident, it seems. But wait, what’s this? An update on Eric’s website? Let’s see what it says…

Update May 25, 2006
According to informed sources, contacts in the American intelligence services confirm the existence of a time window of 48 hours, centered on May 25th at midnight GMT, for the impact a comet fragment south of the Azores.
This corroborates information of an evacuation exercise of the U.S. Congress to occur later in the day of May 25th, information which reached us this morning.
As a measure of precaution, I suggest the authorities do the utmost to protect the populations of the Atlantic coastlines. — Eric Julien

US Congress evacuated yesterday? Surely that’s something the papers would have noticed? And why do American Intelligence Services have knowledge of a window for comet impact when astronomers who are actually tracking the comet do not?

Oh well, it seems Eric has given himself until midnight GMT today. I wonder if tomorrow he will have a new window? Maybe a 2000 year one, centered on May 25, 3006?


5 Responses to “Everyone Still Here?”

  1. oh c’mon, I’ve just finished repacking all the water and food. oh well, another night in the bunker for me then.

  2. bugger. i didn’t rent a movie tonight – i was sure all the entertainment would be found in disaster coverage. now all i’ll find on fox news is… naaah, who am i kidding? i don’t have television!

  3. Well perhaps the news people were too busy eating thier lunch to notice?

  4. You didn’t hear about it because they were all too busy evacuating to blog about it. And now we’re all dead so we can’t do anything about it. Right?

  5. yeah totally, i’m now blogging from beyond the grave. it’s a new frontier in blogging.

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