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Zombie apocalypse? Nothing so exciting, predicts Tam:

Every year, the shelves of America creak louder under ever-thickening volumes of federal, state and local laws and regulations, codes and ordinances. I’m telling you, while all the worrywarts are handwringing about the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, it’s gonna be some law library in New Jersey that collapses into a singularity and destroys the planet…

I figure they’ll blame Chris Christie for not taxing that black hole when he had the chance.





4 comments

  1. Joan of Argghh! »

    2 July 2011 · 8:12 am

    Damn if she isn’t right about that, and damn if that doesn’t sound like the best-case scenario at this point.

  2. McGehee »

    2 July 2011 · 9:58 am

    The Federal Register is already warping the space-time continuum, as can be seen by how much slower light travels in the D.C. area.

  3. Francis W. Porretto »

    3 July 2011 · 4:24 am

    Clearly, the Great Weehauken Coffee Table Disaster of February 1978 has faded too greatly in the public mind. Calamity approaches!

  4. Charles Pergiel »

    3 July 2011 · 8:02 pm

    There was one thing in the Rolling Stone story about Michele Bachmann that bugged me, and that was her being downgraded for not passing any legislation (or something like that). You know, maybe crazy is good, if it keeps Congress from passing anymore laws.

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