With the Pacific full of glowing garbage, I shouldn't wonder why women have to batten down the hatches. The Great Equal Pay and Planned Parenthood War is the perfect distraction from our Iranian wet dreams and our Heartland falling into the sea.
Luckily we have allies on all sides: vying for the Paul Ryan Solutions to our Debt, exploding donations to Nixon's Planned Parenthood, the first book from a former Obama insider and of course drought-inspired programs to turn water into tremors.
The largest threat to Peace in the Middle East is a simple poem calling for an end to aggression.
A few years ago, Guenter Grass was drafted into the Nazi regime alongside Pope Benedict XVI. Guenter Grass is now an eighty-something Nobel-Prize winner who objects to selling a nuclear sub to Israel retrofitted for nuclear weapons - at a steep discount funded by German citizens.
Whatever vital role you feel Israel plays in The End Times, you must first read the poem What Must Be Said yourself (unless you speak American like I do and have to read the translation). I did not anticipate the history textbook nature of the language. But I was probably surprised the most by the fact that so many people still read poetry.
It is both inspiring and chilling to rediscover the power of the written word. Could every issue be brought to an international trial-by-fire with rhyme? I hope so.