Friday, 7 December 2012
Pigeons and the NEW date for the End of the World (sorry it keeps moving about)
As I write my diary I should be in conversation with others at a friends house eating posh food, but due to the curse of man flu I am instead at home writing my diary, on the bright side however I did not have to do things I did not fancy doing today. So as with most things in life there are positives and negatives to all situations. And while on the subject of positives and negatives it appears that news that the world is due to end on the 21st Dec may be wrong as my good friend Miss Fionaski has updated certain information and I quote
I was informed today that it is not the 21st we should be waiting on but the 10th of December. If my sources are correct this is when a golden yod appears in the sky and astrologically speaking this is a biggie! Yod is translated to mean the hand of higher realms.
So rather than the long wait until the 21st we only need to wait until the 10th, bearing in mind the world is round and we have time zones that could mean anything from the 9th to the 11th Dec. You see a flat earth may not be practical but its one great advantage is that the End of the Earth is much easier to predict in fact there are some that might suggest one on the reasons there are no flat planets left is because of their advantages in matters of apocalypse.
Anyway I am still suffering the effects of Man Flu so I will keep things short and to the point as best I can, bearing in mind I hate short and to the point a great deal as it seems such a waist of good words (OK I don’t use that many good words, but I am a simple chap who has not been taught many good words).
I saw something a little worrying earlier; as you know we feed the local birds in winter as they struggle finding food. Among the birds we feed are six collar doves, it used to be two but recently the numbers increased, anyway as dusk fell in the tree next to the house were about 50 pigeons WHAT ……. If that lot land on the bird table the food will last all of five seconds. I am going to have to tell those collar doves to keep the food supply to themselves instead of telling all their mates.