Sunday, April 20, 2014

Albumentalistically Thine

    If Armageddon is inevitable (and you have to figure there's at least some small chance of this in an infinite universe) then at what point in time do we reach a stage where there is no going back?

    Are there turning points we should look for?  Gatherings of momentum we should experience?  Or is it simply best to get on with things as per usual on the (careworn) assumption that the cosmos was bollocksed from Day One?

    I'm concerned right now by a number of emerging pre-Armageddonalikes.

    The crisis in the Ukraine is bad news waiting to go viral, and the worldwide rise of right-wing governments seems set to spin all things vaguely peacetime and generosity-based into a downward spiral.

    Plus, Nikki Minaj's backside could explode at any moment.
    Maybe all we can hope for is a monster consignment of goodies from the Easter Bunny.  Right now, I’m looking at a feast of Creme Eggs, a bigger feast of smaller golden eggs, and a weird kind of rabbit in blue foil.

    Happy Easter, whatever your take on the day!


fairyhedgehog said...

Happy Easter!

As for troubling world news, I try to keep it off the radar as much as I can. One day no doubt it will do for us but there's no way of knowing when, and there are many, many false alarms along the way.

Enjoy your chocolatathon!

Whirlochre said...

Most alarms are false. Aaaaaargh! See — there's goes another one...

Jinksy said...

Let's hear it for the Wombles! LOL

Whirlochre said...

I can't decide whether the Wombles are a necessary evil or an evil necessity.

Either way, I'm glad I'm not the guy responsible for combing their fur.