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    I'll be spending the 21st at the office party - a room filled with accountants. The end of the world couldn't come quick enough.


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    I wish it were true. I would gladly die in the ensuing chaos if i could watch at least half the world go before I did, including the person who started this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    I'll be spending the 21st at the office party - a room filled with accountants. The end of the world couldn't come quick enough.
    I think Charles Stross's short story "Overtime" might be appropriate here:
    http://www.tor.com/stories/2009/12/overtime

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpaint View Post
    I wish it were true. I would gladly die in the ensuing chaos if i could watch at least half the world go before I did, including the person who started this thread.
    Flattering.
    However, I will outlive you simply out of spite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarbingerofIllRepute View Post
    Flattering.
    However, I will outlive you simply out of spite.
    You'll outlive me by the simple fact I'm probably twice, if not three times your age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpaint View Post
    You'll outlive me by the simple fact I'm probably twice, if not three times your age.
    Coulda fooled me handsome! -.^

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    Aw sweet I'll finally have some real reference material for the zombie comic I'm trying to figure out.

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    tobbA now I'm frightened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineris View Post
    I think Charles Stross's short story "Overtime" might be appropriate here:
    http://www.tor.com/stories/2009/12/overtime
    a laundry short? i heart you!

    ps read missile gap and a colder war if you havent already, the latter in particular scared the bejesus out of me. if the laundry stories are the lighthearted side of lovecraftian ipcress filery, A Colder War is Code Nightmare Green...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    a laundry short? i heart you!
    Laundry fans unite in awkward nerd fashion! Let's stare at one another's shoes while twiddling with our smartphones!

    If you haven't read it yet, here's the other one that I don't think was published in a book, "Down on the Farm":
    http://www.tor.com/stories/2008/07/down-on-the-farm

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    ps read missile gap and a colder war if you havent already, the latter in particular scared the bejesus out of me. if the laundry stories are the lighthearted side of lovecraftian ipcress filery, A Colder War is Code Nightmare Green...
    I haven't yet. I'll check them out!

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    so what i picked up from this thread is on dec 21st there will be a mayan zombie basement orgie to gangnam style ... my body is ready

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