With nutjobs predicting tomorrow as the end of the world-- an end they plan to watch on tv-- people all over the US are getting into the spirit of the apocalypse.
Tom Junod over at Esquire magazine proposes that May 21st be National Apocalypse Day while Elizabeth Gunnison surveyed 20 celebrity chefs to get their take on the perfect last meal.
Even the CDC is getting into the spirit of the day, releasing a zombie survival guide--and proving they have a sense of humor.... which now that I think about it may not be something I desire in an epidemiologist. Though it's tongue-in-cheek, it reminds me that I don't really have a good emergency kit. Maybe I'll spend tomorrow putting one together-- provided I don't get raptured up into the sky.
Finally, Fox News (of all people, FOX NEWS) has a recipe to make the ultimate zombie cocktail."...what better way to ride out continued attacks by hordes of creatures intent on nothing more than devouring your brains and entrails than relaxing with a stiff drink?"
Hold up now. Fox News displaying a sense of humor? Maybe there's something to this whole apocalypse thing after all.