The guy who predicted the Rapture this past Saturday, and once before in 1994, said that due to a miscalculation, the Rapture is going to be on October 21 this year. If third time’s a charm, this is it, folks.
I know what you’re thinking – leave it to Jesus to go all out and try to ruin the fun of Halloween. Why not wait until late November so people will be giving thanks anyway, or maybe make an extra special birthday appearance in late December? Why does Jesus hate Halloween? It’s probably the candy corn, which is understandable, I suppose, but you can pick out the candy corn and still have the other good stuff. It’s possible.
Anyway, mark your calendars, folks, just like before. This time, though, if you’re going to wipe out your life savings (or what you manage to save up between this past Saturday and Oct. 21), rather than buy billboard ads, why not donate it to people who need it now – like people in Joplin, Mo.?
In non-Rapture news, Pint Bottle Photography has posted more Hail the Titans photos. I know – the girl with the camera stays busy! Anyway, there are photos from the May 13 show with Rowe and the May 15 tornado relief benefit.
This is why I have been called a “bad ass mad scientist” (by Katie M. – credit where it’s due and all) or some sort of “mad scientist” while playing the theremin live:
And here is a full band shot from the Tornado benefit:
And here is Wes’s bad ass Monopoly sweater:
Also, the Atlanta-based band Mice in Cars posted their new EP on Bandcamp. It’s called “Burn the Reader.” You should give it a listen. Hail the Titans will be performing with them, Order of the Owl and Demonaut on June 18 at the Drunken Unicorn in Atlanta.