SMOD is Coming!

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The good news: SMOD is coming!

The bad news: Not today.

Asteroid named 2012 DA14 to come closer than any other one on record to actually miss Earth

The asteroid expected to zoom by Earth on Friday — but narrowly miss it — may be the closest a space rock has ever come to hitting the planet without actually hitting it.

Scientists predict that the asteroid, known as 2012 DA14, will pass within 17,200 miles of Earth’s surface Friday, which is closer than most GPS and television satellites.


I’ve seen all the movies and today is Foliehatt Friday. What if they know that 2012 DA14 is really SMOD, but they don’t want to start a panic. That way the important people can quietly take refuge in their bunkers and wait for the smoke to clear.

Hey, look at the bright side! We won’t have to worry about the deficit any more.

But wait! There’s more!

400 injured after meteorite streaks across the sky in Russia

A meteor streaked across the sky above Russia’s Ural Mountains on Friday morning, causing sharp explosions and reportedly injuring more than 400 people, including many hurt by broken glass.

Fragments of the meteor fell in a thinly populated area of the Chelyabinsk region, the Emergency Ministry said in a statement.

Interior Ministry spokesman Vadim Kolesnikov said hundreds of people called for medical assistance following the incident, and at least three had been hospitalized in serious condition. Many of the injuries were from glass broken by the explosions.


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21 Responses to SMOD is Coming!

  1. OOOH! Foliehatt Friday!
    Can’t help but think that today would be a great day for tptb to test out their internet and electronic communications kill switches. Shut us all down and blame SMOD!

  2. votermom says:

    That Russian meteorite was obviously a ranging shot fired by the aliens.

  3. leslie says:

    I’m certain there will be many snarky comments about this. But I think it is utterly frightening. Can you imagine driving to work and seeing that? I think my heart would stop. I had to watch it several times before I actually put myself into the cars.

  4. yttik says:

    What we really need to start worrying about is our own space junk. That stuff is just now starting to come down and there is lots of it. So far we’ve been pretty lucky, it falls into the ocean or a remote area.

  5. piper says:

    A feel good story about a cop in Texas shutting down a busy highway to saw a precious 4 legger named Cujo

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/cop-shuts-down-highway-save-small-dog-becomes-232733437.html

  6. DandyTiger says:

    I for one welcome our new asteroid throwing overlords.

  7. HELENK says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21442863

    the Russian event is not related to smood

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Russian news for Foily Friday, did they shoot it down ? More photos….

    http://rt.com/news/meteorite-crash-urals-chelyabinsk-283/

  9. fif says:

    17,200 miles?! EVERYONE DUCK!!!!!

  10. leslie says:

    Donna Brazille will be where I work on Tuesday. What messages do you want me to share with her?

  11. Well that was a big old dud. And a waste of my time. None of the supposed “live” webcasts of the SMOD are live at all. And I checked a BUNCH of them. All showing the same animation over and over again. One supposedly is a view of the thing flying over some southern telescope. It just keeps looping the same thing over and over.
    PFFFFFTTTTTT

  12. foxyladi14 says:

    I am disappointed by them. 😦

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