What with all the extraordinary events of the past week, not
the least of which being the election of Scott Brown as US Senator (the same week "Legion" is released? hmmm), I feel an
update on the Antichrist situation is in order.
Is Brown the Evil One, the one labeled 666 and prophesized
in the Book of Revelations to bring on Armageddon? In my opinion, the jury's
still out. I have searched his nude Cosmo spread and his wife Gail Huff's
topless turn in Digney Fignus's 1984 music video "The Girl With the Curious
Hand" for clues, not to mention the photo of
him and his two daughters, who seem to be wearing clamshells and little else,
and I think there is a case there to be made here (people on Facebook are
already working on getting him to come up with his birth certificate).
decided to put it to the tried and true test of putting his name and the word "Antichrist" on Google and
counting the hits.
The result? A comparatively weak 15,900, including one
offering a vote on the question "Is Scott Brown the Antichrist?" (so far nine votes
altogether, eight "hell yes," including mine), and another that asks the
question, "Is Obama the Antichrist?"
Well, is he? Obama gets 567,000 hits when you put it to Google,
including this item in the
"World Net Daily" about a YouTube video in which a theological scholar proves that the Bible identified Obama as the
Antichrist -- by name.
These results might not clarify who indeed the Antichrist
might be. But they might help explain how Brown got elected.
But back to project at hand. Other possibilities come to
mind. How about "King of the World" James Cameron? That boast doesn't seem so
innocent now, a billion and half dollars after "Avatar" debuted and the New
World Order of moviemaking began. Result: a blockbusting 244,000.
How about Glenn Beck? 115,000 hits
including this one in which he explains how Obama might be the Antichrist. Just
the kind of wicked deceit that the Antichrist would try to pull on us.
And, of course, myself. Current tally, 7,910. Doesn't seem
like much, but only four months ago
when I last wasted my time doing this, it was just 977.
Remember they once said Scott Brown was a hopeless underdog,