So, who’s going to Area 51 in September? What started as a joke on Facebook has turned into some kind of actual movement, with nearly 2 million people (1.9 million at the time of this posting) pledging to converge out in the Nevada desert on September 20, 2019. At the very witching hour of 3:00 …
Usually, when you check your home security camera footage after a long day at the water park, you probably don’t see much. You might catch a few passing cars or a fallen tree branch. Maybe a raccoon eating all your cat food. But sometimes — sometimes you find an elf dancing in your driveway.
You know, it’s all fun and games until you burn your own house down trying to defeat vampires. Or shoot someone because you think they’re Bigfoot. A few days ago, news hit out of Daytona Beach that a Florida man had burned his house down while trying to fend off hallucinatory vampires. According to Local …
Theory: Every time we hear one of these doomsday predictions, they actually do happen. However, because of something along the lines of quantum immortality, at the very end, everyone’s consciousness transfers into a new universe and we continue on living none the wiser. That’s the stuff the Mandela Effect is made of.
While my prediction last week that thousands of eagles would annihilate the Super Bowl shockingly didn’t come to pass, there is something just as Hitchcockian going on down in Texas right now.
As we all know, Keanu Reeves is an immortal vampire masquerading as an ordinary human being. We’re on to him. It’s established. The deception that he’s anything other than an ageless, regenerating time lord is forfeit. We know the truth, now. And yet, he persists with the charade.
The French actor Paul Mounet was born in 1847. By age 32, he had given up his studies as a doctor to pursue acting, and debuted at the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe at Paris in 1880. He then went on to star in several films, including 1909’s Macbeth.