It all started on New Years, with the death of 5,000 birds in Arkansas.
Strange, yes, but then it just kept happening:
100,000 fish in Arkansas. 300 birds in Louisiana. 2 million fish in Maryland. 40,000 crabs in Kent. 100 tons of fish in Brasil. 8,000 birds in Italy. Thousands of fish in Florida. Birds in Kentucky, Sweden, Texas, New Zealand, Ontario, The Philippines, Great Britain, Haiti and Australia.
ALL MYSTERIOUSLY DEAD IN JUST A LITTLE OVER 2 WEEKS.
As I read article after article about the dying fish, birds and crabs, I wondered:
Well, looks like it has.
A town in Wisconsin recently reported that 200 cows have mysteriously died overnight, AND residents of Labrador, Canada have started reporting a large number of dead seals washing ashore.
I don't care what anyone says, there is nothing "normal" about the animal deaths. It's extremely alarming.
Over 100 scientists warn that this massive "superstorm" could cause $300-$400 billion in damage, and the potential scale of the destruction could be four to five times greater than damage done by a major earthquake.
I'm sure watching all these episodes of "Ancient Aliens" on The History Channel aren't helping, but the 2012 theories are starting to look a little more likely than before.
Dude, can I just travel the world, fall in love and have lots of passionate sex real quick?
*cues new theme song*
P.S. As I'm sure I've scared the ba-Jesus out of you, the least I can do is provide this enjoyable "Family Guy" clip of Peter singing R.E.M's smash-hit "It's The End Of The World".