March 19, 2011 – The Supermoon rises! The most anticipated moon since the solstice eclipse. This perigee moon, the closest one in 19 years, following in the wake of dreaded St. Patrick’s Day. The forecast calls for earthquakes (done), tsunamis (done) and volcanoes (done). So what next?
Well maybe the worst news of all. This supermoon rises in the aftermath of St. Patrick’s Day, globally the seasonal peak of leprechaun activity. This year due to the Supermoon, it’s sure to be the worst in recent memory. I’m talking about lepreweres or leprewolves or wereprechauns or… however you say it, hide your gold and get out your four leaf clovers it’s getting hairy at perigee.
There’s a LOT going on around here! I’m still getting caught up after an epic night of pizza delivery to a lot of strangely ravenous short, hairy people. Check it out for yourself. You know what they say, what you don’t know that you don’t know can kill you even before you don’t know you don’t know it!
(Also if anyone has lost a zombie friend or family member please contact the site immediately he’s STILL wandering in Wyoming.)
Stay tuned, cause it’s sure to get hairy at perigee!by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com