Thursday, August 31, 2006

According the AP, from 11:00 to 21:00 GMT this Friday, the earth's magnetic poles will switch locations, resulting in a near-zero gravity environment for several hours. People are encouraged to stay indoors, with as few heavy objects in the room as possible. As this electromagnetic shift is unprecedented in recorded history, it is impossible to project the extent of damage. Areas in direct line of the magnetic migration - on the eastern seaboard of the amercias, and the middle-east pacific (including Siberia, Japan, Indosesia, New Zeland and parts of Australia) - should prepare for the most extreme effects. Organizations in Canada and the Netherlands have built inflatable structures to take advantage of this rare occasion, despite warnings from the international scientific community.

In other news, I got new shoes today.
(If anyone knows where The Horrors buy their pants, drop me a line.)

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