I could only get one of the trucks with my cell phone.
|the most oddly depressing strip center in Austin gets a little added spice|
In case you can't read the graphic:
|Guarantee is a very strong word... I'm just saying.|
As if that wasn't wacky enough, Andrew - a guy I am 6 degrees away from being a relation (uh, Jamie's brother's wife's brother. Yes, that sounds right) also posted images on Facebook of himself next to exactly the same truck in Virginia. He says there were five at his location. So, people, let me know if you're spotting this fleet of people declaring the Earth will end before the Green Lantern movie gets released.
As Jason said "well, there's been somebody predicting the end times are about to happen since time began". But I'm not exactly sure what the hook is here other than some mash-up of Mayan snake-god calendaring getting mixed up with Poltergeist-2/ tent revival/ end-times fun. And, look, if its a financial scam, three months isn't really much time to maximize your profit.
On the one hand, if the world were ending... Just imagine how kooky the next three months would really get. I tell you what, I wouldn't feel very incentivized to show up at work or fill out my tax return.