There’s been some publicity lately for a fringe
Christian sect that claims the world will end on May 21st.
The head of that sect is now trying to make it clear he
didn’t pick Saturday arbitrarily . . . it’s based on his
real calculations. Basically, he believes that Saturday is
the 7,000th anniversary of Noah and the Great Flood . . .
and that we’re due for the apocalypse that day. Or
So . . . wanna know when you’re going to DIE?
There’s a new blood test going on sale in England that
analyzes the structure of your chromosomes, calculates how
fast you’re aging, and then predicts your date of death.
It’s pretty controversial, obviously . . . and there’s no
word when it could come over to North America. The test will
cost about $700 over-the-counter. And how about this:
Happy Tuesday: One of the Smartest Men Who Ever Lived Says
There's No Heaven.
If your faith can be easily shaken, you probably won't want
to hear this: STEPHEN HAWKING is one of the most brilliant
human beings who ever lived . . . and lately, he's been
voicing his opinion that death really is the end.
--In his most recent interview, he says there's no Heaven.
And he kind of mocks people who believe in it.
--He says, quote, "I have lived with the prospect of an
early death for the last 49 years. I'm not afraid of
death, but I'm in no hurry to die. I have so much I want
to do first.
--"I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working
when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife
for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for
people afraid of the dark."
(--It should be noted that if there IS a God, and he's
everything he's supposed to be . . . then his mysteries are
beyond the comprehension of all men . . . even one as
brilliant as Stephen Hawking.)
(--So just because he says there's no God, doesn't mean
(--Or, to quote the nearly omnipotent character Dr.
Manhattan from "Watchmen" . . . "The world's smartest man
poses no greater threat to me than does its smartest
termite.") Hawking better hope there is no afterlife!
--Fox cancelled "America's Most Wanted". And just like
that, another on-camera opportunity closes for Lindsay
Lohan... And speaking of Fox..In the midst of announcing their fall schedule, the network also revealed one of the shows they're developing for the future. It's a "revival" of "The Flintstones", which is being created by SETH MACFARLANE.
--It'll be animated like the original '60s, Hanna-Barbera
version. MacFarlane says he's keeping it true to the
original, but he'll make some updates. He says, quote,
"What's the animal version of the iPod? That's the kind of
thing we have to think about." The Flintstones will start production in the fall and will premiere sometime in 2013.
--Brad Pitt's latest film was booed by crowds at the Cannes
Film Festival. A furious Angelina Jolie immediately
adopted them all and put them in timeout.
--Rick Springfield threatened the police officer who
arrested him for DUI in Malibu. Had he been successful, it
would've been Springfield's first "hit" since 1982.
--Kelly Clarkson says the Miranda Lambert / Blake Shelton
wedding was quote, "awesome!" In other words, there was
plenty of cake.
--Pierce Brosnan turned 58 yesterday. He had a birthday
party that was better than Timothy Dalton's, but much worse
than Sean Connery's.
--A Michigan man was arrested after he was found hanging
off a building dressed as Batman. He was charged with one
count of excessive virginity...
--The woman who admitted on national television that she
injected Botox into her 8-year-old daughter has now lost
custody of the little girl . . . That kid's going to have trouble being placed in foster care. I mean, who wants a wrinkly 8-year-old? We need people to get have a parent licence these days....Unreal!!
Time now for Jokes Dyslexic:
CAREFUL)The Answer: Oreos and Jenna Jameson.
The Question: Name two things that have been
CAREFUL)The Answer: Chaz Bono and Brad Pitt.
The Question: Name two guys who don't have balls.
CAREFUL)The Answer: SEAL Team Two.
The Question: What does Heidi Klum call her husband's
And this sounds like a possible poll question...
How do these people have the energy? In a new
survey, 3% of North American adults say they have sex every
single day . . . and another 1% say they have relations
MULTIPLE TIMES every single day. On the other end of
things, 3% say they only have sex once or twice a year, and
18% aren't currently sexually active. The most common
frequency is once or twice a week, at 26%. Haha..all I'm willing to say is I'm below average...Have a great day...Ballsy...P-S read the damn blog and comment so I know you're out there....