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18 January 2007

five minutes to midnight

the doomsday clock now reads five minutes to midnight.

"The world stands at the brink of a second nuclear age. The United States and Russia remain ready to stage a nuclear attack within minutes, North Korea conducts a nuclear test, and many in the international community worry that Iran plans to acquire the Bomb. Climate change also presents a dire challenge to humanity. Damage to ecosystems is already taking place; flooding, destructive storms, increased drought, and polar ice melt are causing loss of life and property." : thebulletin.org

i bought a box of forty security envelopes six days ago. i think that should get me through, don't you? i have this idea about driving to california in february.

bromide \BROH-myd\, noun: a dull person with conventional thoughts.

posted by paul on Thu 18 Jan 2007 at 05:57:51 est (-05:00)

comments

i think forty security envelopes will be plenty!

posted by jhunterak on Mon 22 Jan 2007 at 08:21:22 est (-05:00)

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