Revelation 13, submitted by A Certain Ratio. The hidden signs and symbols that people are able to pull out of thin air always impresses me. Given just a smidge of faith, the average human is willing to believe just about anything, including that otters are real animals and not myth. Revelation 13 is another crackpot's journey into predicting the future using about every mystical source possible, from Nostradamus to Bazooka Joe comic strips. The predictions, which strangely make me want to purchase things from Amazon.com, are magnificently idiotic and read more like some dumbass trying to connect the dots between the CNN Headline News ticker to form a larger cosmic conspiracy. Other Revelation 13 efforts are just plain stupid, like applying Bible Code to the Scott Peterson case. Let's not forget that there is an ominous cross, the very carpentry project that killed Jesus, dividing the states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. Throw in some random math and you've got a direct line to Israel! Spooky!
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