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April 19th, 2013. Day 117. Dear Diary, It’s been 117 days since the whole world went to hell. I realize I start out every journal entry this same way, but since I had to burn that Snooki quote of the day calendar for warmth three months ago, it’s the only way I can keep track [...]

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Today President Obama finally released his “long form” birth certificate, supposedly proving that he in fact, is a United States citizen and therefore eligible to hold the highest office in the land. While we can certainly thank heroes of the Birther movement like Donald Trump, Orly Taitz and Pastor Bill Keller for this victory for [...]

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Agent Robinson walked casually to his desk. It was 8:17 in the morning and though he was early for work, he felt as if the bureau chief would mock him for another tardy morning. By the time he strolled into the office downtown, plenty of agents were already at work. The building always buzzed with [...]

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Michael rode trains late at night when the city seemed quiet, when most of the waking world around him slept. There was a feeling then he could almost touch. He listened to the most unbearable music, unbearable by pop standards anyway. A cacophony of soundtracks from post apocalyptic 80′s movies mixed with bleak doom metal [...]

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It’s hard for some people to imagine the apocalypse, it wasn’t for him. Enter Nicolas, a man in his early 30s, with dark features and even darker thoughts. Humanity disgusted him, and he lived life with as little human interaction as possible. He worked his cubicle, rode the train, and slept in his studio apartment. [...]