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  1. Zombie Apocalypse and the Politics of Artificial ScarcityRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Dissident Voice

    ... of human society. We've been taught about Armageddon, Kali Yuga, Judgment Day, Yawm ad-Din, nuclear holocaust, the end times, the four horsemen, and the Sermon of the Seven Suns. Hierarchical societal arrangements leave us feeling powerless. ...


  2. End Times Activist Blames Gays For Looming Nuclear HolocaustRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | On Top Magazine

    End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles this week warned that when World War III breaks out God won't save America because we have embraced gay rights. On his Trunews radio program, Wiles, who has previously cheered Russia's crackdown on gays, predicted that the United States and other Western nations are playing Russian roulette by imposing sanctions on the Russian economy, the likely result of which will be a nuclear war.


  3. Your guide to Christmas radioRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Radio Times

    It's a fact. Some people do not enjoy Christmas. There are a number of perfectly pleasant, psychologically balanced adults who find the forced stuffing of festive frivolity as distasteful as a goose primed for its fatty-liver, fois-gras fate.


  4. Watch ncaa match 2014 live enjoy nowRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | American Artist

    Watch ncaa match 2014 live enjoy now But Exodus trades in added belief too: a lot of acutely a superhero origins adventure - quasi-Thor, vaguely Star Wars, in which a man accept to face up to black origins in adjustment to save the world. Accept to carelessness his child, too as in Interstellar, a blur which Exodus weirdly resembles, appropriate down to the abhorrent weather.


  5. Huang Yong Ping brings his monumental installations to the MAXXI in RomeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    A 10-meter-long minaret resting in the museum square, a gigantic reproduction of the mountain of Bugarach, a Buddhist prayer mill that brushes the museum ceiling, and the skeleton of a 30-meter-long serpent. These are just some of the colossal works exhibited in the show Huang Yong Ping.


  6. Best of 2014: ClassicalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    The first of the year's best classical events was also one of the furthest from ordinary: the Vancouver debut of Israeli mandolin virtuoso Avi Avital at a January performance for the Vancouver Recital Society. Mandolin is hardly a conventional recital instrument, but Avital's confident performance of folk-influenced music, plus his masterful way with Bach's great Chaconne, was a remarkable demonstration of superb musicianship, and great fun besides.


  7. 2014 in review: a great year for horror gamesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Polygon

    In some ways, it felt like horror games, once so very much in vogue with the survival-horror style in the late 90s, have been making a slow-but-steady comeback in the gaming public's mindshare. Two of the best games of 2014, in any genre, were capital-H horror works , and developers working well under those budgets are consistently creating some of the most interesting work in the indie space, using horror tropes or horror themes as a catalyst.


  8. The Music Club, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Slate Magazine

    Thanks, Carl, for all the podcast suggestions - there are a few on there I have been meaning to dig into and, barring anyone pulling a Black Messiah maybe the holiday will finally grant me the serenity to follow through. I'm also glad you brought up the whole notion of podcasts as an aural respite/palate cleanser for those of us lucky enough to get to listen to music professionally.


  9. A sequel, you say? How about 'Frozen Hunger Left Behind Girl'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    How many people know what they're doing June 19, 2020? I do. I'm seeing "The Green Lantern"! How many people know what they're doing June 19, 2020? I do.


  10. April 2015 DVD and Blu-ray Releases from Section23 FilmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SciFi Japan

    Home video distributor Section23 Films today announced its April slate of releases; including Sentai Filmworks' sci-fi fantasy series NOBUNAGA THE FOOL, which will be released on both DVD & Blu-ray. SHE, THE ULTIMATE WEAPON COMPLETE COLLECTION Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 325 min.


  11. The 10 Best Concerts In Houston This Weekend: Molotov, Lee Fields, Andrew WK, etc.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Houston Press

    Taking their admiration for Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and Rage Against the Machine south of the border, Molotov makes party-friendly rock en espanol with a pointed message. The Mexico City quartet has won four Latin Grammys since debuting with 1997's Donde Jugaran las Ninas?, which translates as "Where will the girls play?" and whose answer is "Why, at a Molotov concert, of course."


  12. Just the facts, ma'am or sir, regarding ChristmasRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Daily Advertiser

    Just the facts, ma'am or sir, regarding Christmas You can still say 'Merry Christmas' in the USA.


  13. The Existence of CodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The East Hampton Star

    Tom Hensler of East Hampton and Dai Dayton of Bridgehampton enjoyed a productive day of blackfish and sea bass fishing aboard the Breakwater charter boat on Sunday. Of cod, blackfish, black sea bass, winter in Montauk, One Million Years B.C., Christmas, and Susan Sontag: I was watching a documentary about Susan Sontag the other night, an extraordinary woman very much of her time in the '60s, a feminist, philosopher, and essayist with what were, and to some still are, radical views.


  14. Good Omens: the antichrist arrives in first preview clipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Radio Times

    Fans of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's 1990 novel Good Omens don't have long to wait until they hear the first episode of its Radio 4 adaptation on Monday but now RadioTimes.com can offer a sneaky look under the wrapping paper.


  15. If I were in charge of the universeRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Jerusalem Post

    In fact, being what I hope is a decent and good person, I spend each day trying to leave things a little better than they were, if by simply cleaning up after myself, and mowing the grass; let alone the beauty I might create, or the help I might render a fellow human being. So if I can imagine a better world, and strive to make it better, then what in the world is God thinking? This is not a very nice place; we are reminded of that simple fact, especially after the latest terrorist attacks.


  16. .com | As it was in the days of NoahRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | News24

    ... the ungodly"--Genesis 6:8, 9 and 2 Peter 2:5 respectively. John who was seeing the true worshipers of God in the end times says of them: "Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus ." ...


  17. Make My DayMARRIAGE Advice for the NewlywedsRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2010 | American Reporter

    ... ears and legs, yet we are not two people: we are one people, caught as Jon Stewart said, in "hard times, not the end times." The upwelling of fresh spirit, the profound vein of freeing humor that is as much a part of our heritage as rhetoric and ...


  18. Amber Scorah on Leaving the Witness in ShanghaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | China Digital Times

    Missionary work is illegal in China, and the government has recently toughened its response to proselytizing both clandestine and perceived. A Canadian couple living near the North Korean border were detained this August on suspicion of "espionage and stealing state secrets."


  19. Fanning the flames or facing factsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Examiner.com

    I daresay a critic of my columns this past week might accuse me of being an alarmist, crying wolf when everything is actually all right. I have said as much regarding primitive Christians who have set up shop predicting the Apocalypse, spouting proof quotes and herding people into their churches to live in terror of the Angry God and fill up the collection plates.


  20. The Year In Horror, 2014: Chris Alexandera s Top 10 FilmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | FANGORIA

    The days of December deplete and 2014 is well on its way to oblivion, and with it goes the 35th year of FANGORIA. I saw hundreds upon hundreds of films, most of them old or obscure as I am a prisoner of the past; some were new and awful; some were indie and unwatchable; some were bursting with ingenuity and ideas; a few were masterpieces.