Thursday, June 4, 2009

The Journal

The Journal

Friday June 3, 2020 Day 1

If we had only known, maybe we would not have stood around like a bunch of dumb cattle waiting for the slaughter. Throwing a world wide party, while death loomed at earth’s doorstep. The world was partying like it was New Years Eve in June. The day a new comet made its appearance. It was coming from deep space. No one knew where it was really coming from; they were just excited that it was coming. The pictures they would periodically show of it on TV were amazing. The colors were nothing like we had seen before, black-reds, orange-blues…breath taking. The astrologers estimated it to be twice the size of Halley’s Comet They named it Atlas. We were told that it pass so close to the earth that we would be able see it with our naked eye. But even so the stores sold out of all their binoculars and telescopes. The whole world was on a holiday, no one went to work, even the wars stopped.

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