The world ended a year ago. Remember?
It’s taken me a while to adjust to the world having ended, but now, a year later, I think I’m just getting my feet back under me.
(I roll my eyes.)
Walk with me now, as we take a short journey down memory lane, to just before the day the world ended, one year ago today.
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Today on The High Oddness Report: a look at a little-noticed Washington D.C. protest march — and behind the scenes at its charismatic leader, and his efforts to speak to an alarming trend.
WASHINGTON D.C. — A protest march in front of the White House of a group calling itself “Concerned Citizens for Temporal Freedom” clogged sidewalks and spilled onto Pennsylvania Avenue periodically blocking traffic last Friday.
The picketers, roughly 5300 in number, angrily chanted awkward slogans that frequently used scientific terms with more than four syllables.
A tense moment between officers of the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia and picketers occurred when an unidentified participant shouted “We are all out of time!” and a broken alarm clock was thrown from the crowd which glanced off of a police officer’s helmet. No arrests were made.
Another officer, who requested to remain anonymous, commented: “What are we going to charge ‘em with, ‘assault with a deadly timepiece’?”
Those curious enough to ask picketers about their cause received a densely-worded brochure and the event’s symbol, which was … a broken alarm clock.
That’s just it. No one understood their issue.
The march was the brainchild of Dr. Lester Fluegel, fifty two year old charismatic spokesman for what is known as the “free time travel movement,” and inventor of the Chrono-Synclastic Infundibulum Generator (CSIG), what he claims to be a commercially affordable personal time machine.
Fluegel organized the protest to force attention to the group’s claim that independent time travelers are unable to journey past the year 2017.
They assert the “Black Ops” side of the U.S. government is somehow responsible … and Fluegel claims he has the proof.
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