Paul William Fassett- Randon and Iggy prepare for the unwelcome company of others.
end of the world
Karla Fetrow: As we enter the twenty-first century, we must grapple with the problems facing a changing world where politics and religion collide. The wars in the Mideast are a reflection of the chaos that lies in every one of us.
Randon was a Patriot, that’s what they called him now. Like it was some dirty word. Branded a Patriot like someone would brand a witch, and hunted like one too. In his life long passed he was a full fledged member of The Council of Twenty, but he worked his way up to it, and she knew every little dirty secret he ever had. Every underhanded, sneaky, and terrible thing he’d ever done, willfully, or by complete chance. She called him the man with the overactive pen.
“In a couple weeks, however, he was well enough to go about his life. At least he would have something interesting to talk about if he ever saw another living being again.”
Don’t have a party to go to or family to apologize to? Grainne’s got you covered with enough movies to get you through the next couple of days.
The End is upon us! The Sky is Falling! The Messiah Cometh!
Mr. Mayan Calander wakes up in 2012 to find all his work has been done for him…He should have slept in.
Using whatever means they had at their disposal, Subversify’s staff and guest writers took a peek inside their psychic selves to gaze into the future. Welcome to another great year of Subversify predictions and possible; well; satirical consequences.
Amnesia Grok- I’m sitting here on a Saturday afternoon & I’m reading about the end. As in THE END.
Jane Stillwater- If you knew that seven billion people had approximately five years to live before climate-change-caused floods started pouring in from our rivers, and deserts started taking over our farmlands and oceans started drowning our coastal cities