Thursday, July 31, 2014

Event Update For 2014-07-30

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-07-30 - Eastbourne Pier devastated by massive inferno in coastal Eastbourne (Britain):

Note: This huge blaze is very reminiscent of the massive 10-alarm fire that destroyed the oceanfront boardwalk and wiped out dozens of businesses in coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey), mentioned in the 2013-09-12 update. There have been other huge coastal fires too, some of which have involved thousands of homes burning, and that isn't an exaggeration. With methane and hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the oceans, coastal areas are increasingly vulnerable to fires like this, some of which are just mind-bogglingly ginormous...

2014-07-30 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Little Haiti area in coastal Miami (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "We heard numerous reports that there may have been an explosion, that's what the neighbors were reporting when they called 911, those are some of the things that we're gonna look into..."

2014-07-30 - Mobile home destroyed by explosion and fire at 1:30 AM in Harrison Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

Quote: "The home on Pleasant Avenue went up in flames around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday and was destroyed. It was described as an explosion and a ball of fire."

2014-07-30 - Recycling center erupts in flame in Rome (Georgia):

Quote: "It was the second fire in less than two weeks at the 405 Watters St. facility."

Quote: "Rome-Floyd Fire Battalion Chief Clete Bonney said the area that burned was a pile of cardboard, 500 feet by 40 feet and about 10 to 12 feet tall."

Note: Wow, that's 200,000+ cubic feet of cardboard burning there, quite a fire...

2014-07-30 - Battery-recycling facility hit by fire near Baltimore (Ohio):

2014-07-30 - Man catches fire in chair at home at Springfield Garden, Ilkeston (Britain), 1 injured:

Note: Sounds kinda like the man who burned to death sitting in a chair in his apartment in Las Vegas (Nevada), mentioned in the 2012-11-24 update. Here's a quote from that story:

Quote: "Drake opened the door to see his friend, Eric Olsen, 55, on fire, his hand clutching a burning cigarette. 'His hair was on fire,' Drake said about two hours after the blaze was extinguished. 'I couldn't get his fire extinguisher to work, so I had to get mine. I saw him on fire. His TV was on. He wasn't yelling. He wasn't doing nothing. He was rocking a little bit in his chair, holding a cigarette.'"

2014-07-30 - Boat 'Happy II' bursts into flame off the coast near Point Loma, San Diego (California):

Quote: "U.S. Navy and Coast Guard crews, as well as other boaters in the area, worked together to rescue two people from a burning boat approximately 17 miles west of Point Loma, Tuesday afternoon. At approximately 11:15 a.m., the Coast Guard received a report that the 45-foot recreational boat Happy II, had a fire on board."

2014-07-30 - Boat bursts into flame while docked in the English Village in Lake Havasu City (Arizona):

2014-07-30 - Train bursts into flame near Poplar Bluff (Missouri):

2014-07-30 - Subway track ignites in tunnel in coastal New York City (New York), train transit disrupted:

2014-07-30 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in Charlestown area in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2014-07-30 - Passenger bus bursts into flame at 4 AM on highway near Edirne (Turkey):

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on US 287 near Amarillo (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame Neches River bridge on Highway 96 near Evadale (Texas):

Quote: "An 18-wheeler hauling rebar from Beaumont to Minnesota, caught fire over the Neches River bridge on Highway 96 at the Jasper County line."

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M25 near Sevenoaks (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Semi tractor bursts into flame at 5:21 AM while parked at business in Batavia (Illinois):

2014-07-30 - Tractor bursts into flame near Blunt (South Dakota):

2014-07-30 - Tractor and trailer burst into flame near Honiton (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on South Tulpehocken Street in Pine Grove (Pennsylvania):

2014-07-30 - Dairy truck bursts into flame in Jerome (Idaho):

2014-07-30 - Box truck bursts into flame on road in Luqa on the island of Malta:

2014-07-30 - Truck bursts into flame on Highway 59 near Wright (Wyoming):

2014-07-30 - Truck bursts into flame on the A17 near Wigtoft (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Truck bursts into flame on road in Dudley (Britain):

2014-07-30 - RV bursts into flame at Mosier Gulch Picnic Area near Buffalo (Wyoming):

2014-07-30 - RV bursts into flame at home in Arkansas City (Kansas):

2014-07-30 - RV bursts into flame in Hope, near Minsterley (Britain):

2014-07-30 - RV bursts into flame on London Road in Stroud (Britain):

2014-07-30 - In three separate incidents, RV and two cars burst into flame while parked in Lincoln (Britain):

Quote: "Two flats on Westwick Drive in Lincoln were severely damaged by a fire which spread from a caravan parked outside the premises. This was one of three fires in the area last night. Firefighters were called to the caravan on fire at 1.30am on Wednesday, July 30."

Quote: "A few minutes earlier before the caravan fire, at 1.28am, firefighters also tackled a car set on fire on Rookery Lane, near Westwick Drive."

Quote: "Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue also attended another fire at around 2am, on Turner Avenue, off Westwick Drive, where a car and the front of a home were set on fire."

Note: Pretty much what we should expect to see as the atmospheric contamination intensifies. The clouds of flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide are growing in size, concentration and number, so events involving multiple fires igniting in the same timeframe and in the same general geographic area - and especially during the wee hours - are on the rise. Eventually we may see entire towns going up in flames as virtually everything ignites and/or explodes. I'm not sure if too many people will still be alive to see that though, because the hydrogen sulfide is also killing people, so it's possible that mostly everyone will have been poisoned to death before the fires get really outrageous. But the people on the space station will still get to see it anyway...

2014-07-30 - Camper-van bursts into flame while parked on Prince of Wales Road in coastal London (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Van bursts into flame at 2:19 AM in Burtondale, Telford (Britain), near Holmer Lake:

2014-07-30 - Van bursts into flame at Tesco in Peterhouse Parade, Pound Hill (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Van bursts into flame before 1:30 AM while parked near barn, fire spreads to barn, in Gosbeck (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Van bursts into flame at 1:40 AM while parked on Cromer Drive in Crewe (Britain):

2014-07-30 - SUV bursts into flame at 5 AM while parked on Orms Street in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2014-07-30 - SUV bursts into flame at 6:45 AM while parked at home in coastal North Naples (Florida):

2014-07-30 - SUV bursts into flame on road in Otero County (New Mexico):

2014-07-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road in Frenchville (Maine):

2014-07-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 24 near North Topeka (Kansas):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked at fashion outlet in Rosemont (Illinois):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on Chaffee Road in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 101 near Camarillo (California):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in Cape May Court House (New Jersey):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-675 near Fairborn (Ohio):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on the Hunter Expressway near coastal Newcastle (Australia):

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to two houses, in Bricket Wood (Britain):
2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on busy road in Lincoln (Britain):

Note: This actually happened on 7-29, but I waited to mention it here because of those three parked vehicles that went up in flames in the wee hours the next day, so that's four vehicles (three parked) that burst into flame in Lincoln within about 16 hours, at least. Three parked vehicles went up in flames the day prior in Sacramento (California), mentioned in the 2014-07-29 update too, and three parked vehicles burning in East Hanover (New Jersey), and much more. Clearly the atmospheric contamination is intensifying and that is causing increasing numbers of vehicles to spontaneously ignite around the world...

2014-07-30 - Car bursts into flame on Sycamore Road in High Wycombe (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Vehicle and garage destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in Fridley (Minnesota):

Quote: "The garage was a total loss, including a vehicle inside."

2014-07-30 - Barn destroyed by fire in Overisel Township (Michigan):

2014-07-30 - Barn destroyed by huge blaze at 5:15 AM in Kenn (Britain), near the Blind Yeo River:

Quote: "About 35 firefighters are thought to be there tackling the flames, with water being pumped from the Blind Yeo River."

Quote: "This is the second barn fire to occur in Davis Lane this week. On Thursday, two crews from Clevedon Fire Station were called to another barn fire involving about 30 tonnes of hay."

2014-07-30 - Wildfire threatens giant sequoias in Yosemite National Park (California):

2014-07-30 - Huge hay fire erupts near Smyrna (Delaware):

2014-07-30 - Transformer bursts into flame at courthouse near Smethport (Pennsylvania):

2014-07-30 - In separate incidents, two sheds burst into flame, at 11 PM and 4:46 AM, on same street in Alfreton (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Flooring business damaged by fire in Chesterfield (Virginia), fire started in/near parked vehicle:

Quote: "Investigators detrermined the fire at the Better Floors store in the 11300 block of Polo Place, in the Shoppes at Bellgrade at Huguenot and Robious roads, started in the area of one of the vehicles parked inside the structure's warehouse, Chesterfield Fire & EMS Lt. Jason Elmore said."

Note: People still park vehicles inside businesses?!

2014-07-30 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, gets huge, in Buffalo (New York):

2014-07-30 - Home destroyed by fire just before midnight in Stafford (Virginia), 6 people homeless:

2014-07-30 - Two homes destroyed by huge blaze in coastal Bronx (New York), 13 injured:

2014-07-30 - Multiple homes and a mixed-use building burned by huge 6-alarm blaze in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2014-07-30 - Apartment building damaged by fire just after 6:30 AM in coastal Queens (New York), several injured:;-3-injured/227604/

2014-07-30 - Apartment building damaged by fire just after midnight in Salt Lake City (Utah), 12 people homeless:

2014-07-30 - Vacant home burns for third time in Bakersfield (California):

Note: So a home is vulnerable to the atmospheric contamination problem, it catches fire, they put it out. Well, putting out the fire does nothing at all to address whatever made the home vulnerable in the first place. In fact, the place is probably now MORE vulnerable after a fire. So homes keep burning over and over, like this one. Eventually they burn so hard that nothing is left that CAN burn, and then the problem is solved, if you want to look at complete destruction as a 'solution'. Also, vacant structures are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric contamination problem than occupied structures, so living next to a vacant structure is increasingly dangerous. It was always somewhat dangerous, but now it's worse...

2014-07-30 - Vacant home burns in Fairfax County (Virginia):

2014-07-30 - Pilot whale washes ashore dead at Popham Beach in coastal Phippsburg (Maine):

Quote: "There were no visible wounds or gashes on the carcass, and it seemed to be in good shape."

2014-07-30 - Thousands of fish found dead in Chesapeake Bay (Virginia):

2014-07-30 - Woman in her 50s falls unconscious and dies on plane flight from coastal Honolulu to Phoenix (Arizona):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can kill with a delayed reaction of minutes, hours, sometimes even a few days, so you get poisoned in one place and then you might drop dead in a different place if you're travelling. I've seen a number of passengers die on planes in the last year or two. In many of those incidents, when you look you see that the person had just departed from a coastal area. Where was this woman in the hours and days right before she caught this flight to Phoenix? Near a beach? Honolulu is a beachside city...

2014-07-30 - Woman, 53, drives SUV into pond and dies in Gwinnett County (Georgia):

Quote: "Witnesses say 53-year-old Laura Jones Tavel never made the curve and then never tried to get out after the car began to sink."

Note: She was probably unconscious or already dead...

2014-07-30 - Woman, around age 50, found dead in her car at gas station in Baldwin Park (California):

Quote: "No foul play was initially suspected, and the death appeared to be the result of a medical problem such as a heart attack..."

Note: Say, hydrogen sulfide causes heart attacks. Being in a car is close to the same as being outdoors, and the poison gas is coming from outdoor sources. If your windows are rolled up and you're not running either AC or heat then you should be a little safer, but not as safe as being inside a well-insulated home...

2014-07-30 - Man, 54, dies while driving, car plows into vacant house full of bees, in St. Charles (Michigan):

Quote: "Sadly, the unfortunate driver died in the accident, but it does not appear to have been the bees that killed him directly. Although the Saginaw Country Sheriff's Department is still investigating the matter, preliminary reports suggest that the man suffered from a 'medical emergency' (such as a heart attack, from the looks of things) before his car ever left the road."

2014-07-30 - Man collapses, falls off boat and dies, at Upper Buckatabon Lake in Conover (Wisconsin):

Quote: "A boater has died after an incident on Upper Buckatabon Lake in Conover."

Quote: "Witnesses said the man collapsed over the side of the boat prior to being pulled from the water..."

2014-07-30 - Man, 22, dies while diving for lobster near coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

2014-07-30 - Woman, 74, found dead in her car near her home in Phoenix (Arizona):

2014-07-30 - Man, 80, drops dead in bucket of bucket truck in New Auburn (Minnesota):

2014-07-30 - Man found dead in home in coastal Hilton Head Island (South Carolina):

2014-07-30 - Inmate, woman, 49, drops dead in cell at 5 AM in Sheboygan County (Wisconsin):

2014-07-30 - Inmate, man, 28, found dead in cell in Bowie (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Woman in her 20s found dead in the Rio Grande near Mission (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Man in his late teens or early 20s found dead near the Rio Grande near La Joya (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Man found dead in pickup truck near New Summerfield (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Man, 35-45, found dead in field in Ector County (Texas):

2014-07-30 - Woman found dead at Lyons Woods in Waukegan (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2014-07-30 - Woman, 50, found dead near shelter in Albany (New York):

2014-07-30 - Man found dead in apartment in Mesa (Arizona):

2014-07-30 - Man, 19, found dead in community pond in Whitecourt (Canada):

2014-07-30 - Woman in her 30s or 40s found dead before 6 AM in Mill Lake Park in Abbotsford (Canada):

2014-07-30 - Man found dead in well in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2014-07-30 - Man, 41, found dead at dockyard in coastal Rosyth (Scotland):

Note: This area is where the British aircraft carrier 'HMS Queen Elizabeth' burst into flame at 6:37 AM in June, mentioned in the 2014-06-05 update...

2014-07-30 - Woman, 72, found dead in swimming pool in coastal Paphos on the island of Cyprus:

2014-07-30 - Naked man, 34, falls off building and dies in coastal London (Britain), cops leave corpse there for 3 hours:

2014-07-30 - Pickup blows tire, veers over centerline, hits truck head-on, in Bexar County (Texas), 1 killed:

2014-07-30 - Car blows tire at 12:20 AM, overturns, bursts into flame, in coastal South Arm, Tasmania (Australia), 1 injured:

2014-07-30 - Small plane crashes into parking lot in coastal San Diego (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-30 - Small plane crashes at airstrip near Oshkosk (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

2014-07-30 - Small plane crashes into field near creek in Runcorn (Australia), engine failure, 2 lightly injured:

2014-07-30 - Small plane crash lands at RNAS Culdrose in Cornwall (Britain):

2014-07-30 - Transit bus slams into pickup, pickup bursts into flame, in Donna (Texas), 1 killed:

2014-07-30 - Transit bus and other vehicles crash in Edgewater, Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed, others injured:

2014-07-30 - Tanker truck overturns on road in Columbia (South Carolina):

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer hits tractor, bursts into flame, near Breda (Iowa), 2 injured:

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer overturns on highway in Peabody (Massachusetts):

2014-07-30 - Tractor trailer hits barrier wall at 6:15 AM, bursts into flame, on Highway 401 near Belleville (Canada):

Quote: "A tractor-trailer burst into flames on near Belleville, Ont., Wednesday, marking the third major crash in as many days on Hwy. 401."

2014-07-30 - Cement truck hits box truck in Walpole (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2014-07-30 - Pickup truck crashes off road, bursts into flame, on Lake Hefner Parkway in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2014-07-30 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, near Durango (Colorado), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2014-07-30 - Car and SUV collide head-on near Pudding River bridge in Silverton (Oregon), 3 injured:

Quote: "Sgt. Chris Baldridge, a spokesman for the MCSO, said three people were taken to local hospitals as a result of the the crash between an SUV and a sedan just west of a bridge over the Pudding River."

2014-07-30 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in the Village of Caledonia (Wisconsin), 4 injured:

2014-07-30 - Woman viciously attacked and injured by her own English bulldog in Bloomfield, Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Police and animal control officers were called around 6:20 p.m. to the home on Main Street where they found the 52-year-old victim covered in blood. According to police, the woman’s English bulldog is believed to have turned on her."

2014-07-30 - Coyotes attacking peoples' pets in Dandridge (Tennessee):

2014-07-30 - Cougar attacks and kills horse near Deer Lake in Stevens County (Washington):

2014-07-30 - Nauseating odor plagues Geraldton suburb of Utakarra (Australia), very near the coast:

Quote: "Ms Davies said the Water Corporation acknowledged the sewer had an 'unusually high concentration of odorous gases' which when mixed with water, could lead to the corrosion of the lids that sealed the sewer, allowing gases to escape."

Note: That's hydrogen sulfide. The two 'sewer gases' are hydrogen sulfide and methane, but methane isn't corrosive and hydrogen sulfide is. The people being hit by this smell are apt to have some long-term health consequences. The fact that they're smelling it at all and the fact that it smells bad instead of sickly sweet or flowery means the concentration is low. Nevertheless, it's a deadly poison - the British used it to kill German soldiers during trench warfare in WWI - so it's definitely not going to do their health any good...

2014-07-30 - Rising UV levels prompts Surgeon General warning about skin cancer:

Quote: "Skin cancer is on the rise, according to the American Cancer Society, with more cases diagnosed annually than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer cases combined."

Quote: "From 1973 to 2011, melanoma rates increased more than 200%..."

Quote: "'Until today, the surgeon general has never said, "UV radiation is bad for you; protect your skin,"' acting Surgeon General Dr. Boris Lushniak said."

Note: As the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated by hydrogen sulfide and methane, the ozone layer is withering away. This causes more 'blue' light and less 'yellow' light to hit the surface of the Earth. That's why the Sun now looks so ferociously bright and white - that's more UV radiation hitting the surface of the Earth. According to the scientists in this document, the final step in extinction events like the one that is occurring now is 'Step 9: UV radiation kills remaining life.' It looks like we're right on track.

The extra UV radiation that we're getting now does more than just increase skin cancer rates. It also damages DNA/RNA, which is causing more incidences of polycephaly (two-headedness) and albinism and other genetic defects in newborns. And the white Sun also results in a decrease in the amount of melatonin produced in the body, which can cause problems with sleeplessness and a weakening of the immune system, among other things. So if you've been having sleep problems the last few years, or you've been getting sick easier, it may very well have much to do with the fact that the Sun is more white and less yellow than it was in the past. You can eat some melatonin - which is an over-the-counter supplement - to counteract these negative effects. I've been taking melatonin supplements for a few years now - ever since I noticed how white the Sun was getting - and I haven't gotten sick once in that time. I sleep better too.

The increasing UV levels will also scorch crops and cause a decrease in crop productivity. The crop problem and the problem with DNA/RNA damage are likely two major reasons that they're spraying reflective chemtrails: to allow in enough 'good light' while filtering out some of the damaging UV. That is a desperation tactic and while it has probably bought some of us some extra time, it is not a long-term solution, and the chemtrails themselves will contaminate the environment and cost many lives. In the end, we're going to abandon living on the surface of the Earth. We can do so voluntarily, by moving elsewhere, or by default we will do so involuntarily, by dying. The Earth doesn't care one iota which choice we make.


  1. Jonny:

    Breaking News: Deadly Ebola Virus Confirmed In Atlanta, Georgia

    Emory Healthcare to treat Ebola patient

    Emory University Hospital is expected to receive a patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus within the next several days, the university announced Thursday.

    Here’s the full statement from Emory:

    Emory University Hospital has been informed that there are plans to transfer a patient with Ebola virus infection to its special facility containment unit within the next several days. We do not know at this time when the patient will arrive.

    Emory University Hospital has a specially built isolation unit set up in collaboration with the CDC to treat patients who are exposed to certain serious infectious diseases. It is physically separate from other patient areas and has unique equipment and infrastructure that provide an extraordinarily high level of clinical isolation. It is one of only four such facilities in the country.

    Emory University Hospital physicians, nurses and staff are highly trained in the specific and unique protocols and procedures necessary to treat and care for this type of patient. For this specially trained staff, these procedures are practiced on a regular basis throughout the year so we are fully prepared for this type of situation.

    NOTE: We have reported on the fact that Ebola can spread through the air in three separate articles since March of 2014, here, here and here, however the corporate media has continued to misrepresent the vectors of transmission.

    This particular strain of Ebola is not Ebola Zaire. This is a new strain, and it may in fact be more dangerous than the Zaire variety. Not because of any difference in the symptoms (the symptoms are identical), but because this new virus seems to be harder to contain. Whether this is due to some characteristic of the virus itself or merely dumb luck is uncertain at this time, but the rate at which this outbreak has extended its range is unprecedented.
    [all quotes above from seemorerocks articles]


    What's with all the bodies piling up in Texas?

    And Britain is just burnin' up! Holy-moly!

    i'm gonna go hide in my closet for about a month.


    1. Yeah, this Ebola spread is getting frightening. Something is definitely different about it now compared to the past. I guess I'd better cancel that fly-fishing trip and marsh-exploration jaunt to Liberia now!

  2. Hey Jonny, I finally found the story of why the PA TPK was closed for about 2.5 hrs. on Wed. evening


    1. Damn, 2.5 hours! Hope you weren't stuck in that!

    2. Things gettin' scary in my area too. Just had those 37 cars go up in flames while parked in Lake St. Louis (to my west), mentioned in the 2014-07-28 update and and today, to my east, downtown, near the Mississippi River, an underground manhole 'flash fire' just injured a worker today.

  3. Yeah, this ebola thing has got me spooked - they already have "quarantine centers" set up across the country! Look:

    I see they named my state as being one where we can bring an infected person for some r & r. Hey, tanks a lot! i'ma-be movin' out wit'-chew Jonny!


    1. 'Missouri: Slightly Better Than Pennsylvania!'

      'Pennsylvania: Good Enough For People With Ebola!'

  4. Also, NYC just staged massive spur-of-the-moment emergency drill to train for emergency delivery of medicines in case of catastrophe. Not knocking the training - good job, train away, people will need medicines in case of an emergency. But coming right after those monstrous explosions in that city in Taiwan, and also concurrent with this Ebola outbreak...pretty freakin' ominous!


    That's great, Jonny.

    Nice to be able to laugh on the way out, eh?


    1. "For life is quite absurd
      And death's the final word
      You must always face the curtain with a bow.
      Forget about your sin
      Give the audience a grin.
      Enjoy it - it's your last chance anyhow!"

      Words of wisdom from the erudite scholars of Monty Python!