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    If I had cancer and I was on my deathbed, seeing the world erode milllions of stupid little humans off its skin would really put a smile on my face. Just walking through Downtown with ash twisting around me and skeletons on the ground... it'd be strange but it would feel right. Because the way we're going, pushing towards our own ending, that's the only way the third act of this world could end. (Or something like that.)
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    Alien invasion, more mars attacks than war of the worlds mind .

    I will be hiding in the woods with an axe handle ... I've yet to find a problem that can't be solved by a good hard beating with a axe handle .... apart from algebra of course.
    • CommentAuthoreggzoomin
    • CommentTimeDec 7th 2007
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    In terms of my favoured apocalypse, the world getting eaten by an enormous space squirrel who mistook us for some sort of stellar nut sounds quite fun. What I'd do while the Squirrel of Doom approached... dull things, really. Try the drugs that I haven't dared to. Play some guitar. Shag. Eat. Pretty much run of the mill sensual pleasures, really.
    • CommentAuthorgrenacia
    • CommentTimeDec 7th 2007
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    My choice is Robots Gone Wild. They realize that their creator-race is a bunch of fuckups and get together to develop a master plan to fix the planet. Which unfortunately involves a lot of human-killing. Maybe they could look like the robots on the Game Station in the New Doctor Who series 2 finale.

    "You are the weakest link. Goodbye" - Anne Droid

    And I'd be trying to look like a good, useful human, until I spotted a flaw in their plan and probably got myself killed being a smartass to the robots. Better a smartass than a dumbass.
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeDec 7th 2007
     (144.45)
    If I discover the Apocalypse is on its way, I'm heading to Manhattan and pulling a Spider Jerusalem. I'm going to strip off all my clothes and go running down the street on top of cars - with a cigarette in one hand and a bottle of booze in the other.

    Maybe I should find myself a filthy assistant first.
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      CommentAuthorgwferguson
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2007
     (144.46)
    bschory & RenThing--

    World War Z rocked!

    *bang* *pow*
    "Sure is fun shootin' all them zombies, Zeke!"
    *ka-blam* *ka-blooie*
    "You betcha, Lloyd! Say, is that some zombie spit on your right arm?"
    *POW*
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    I'm so glad that I'm not the only person that apparently hungers, veritably thirsts for the end of all things. I'm quivering in anticipation just thinking about it.
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      CommentAuthoraike
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2007
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    I dunno, anything to significantly reduce the population to a manageable few handfuls spread across the world. I'm not big on causing a lot of pain, so maybe just mass spontaneous human combustion or an utterly random Loki-esque rapture style event where everybody is just whisked away. That way I can either be one of the survivors and be cool or not and I wont care.
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      CommentAuthorARES
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2007
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    I want to be a part of the 5% of population that survives and further (read: start) my research in skin-eating fetishes. Outside of that I'm not terribly picky about anything else.
    • CommentAuthorNecros
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2007
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    I would like to see Cthulhu and Azathoth return with all the Great Old Ones, and for them to totally annihilate the earth. This would leave the remaining dregs of the human species to be kept for meat by the blind flute playing goatherds of Shub-Niggurath.

    Ia Ia Cthulhu Ftagn!!!!
    • CommentAuthorsacredchao
    • CommentTimeDec 12th 2007
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    Choice A: Zombies. I love zombies. According to some internet survey thing I took, I'd survive a zombie apocalypse. So would my wife, so that's nice. One of our friends would not, so we agreed we'll keep him alive, until he becomes a burden.
    Choice B: Nuclear. Somewhere between the PC game Fallout and Michael Haneke's Time of the Wolf would be nice, I think.
    • CommentAuthorKosmopolit
    • CommentTimeDec 12th 2007
     (144.52)
    Sacredchao, well as the Best Friend he's condemned to die in the closing scenes anyway.

    See, for example, Shaun of the Dead.
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeDec 12th 2007
     (144.53)
    "not with a bang, but with a whimper" - T.S. Elliot

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