15: ApocalypseUp one level
September 1994: The apocalyptic mood is quite real, and needs to be accounted for.
- Introduction: Apocalypse
While it is unlikely that the end of the world is truly at hand, the apocalyptic mood is quite real, and needs to be accounted for.
- Apocalypse, No
The stereotypical 'religious fanatic' looks forward to apocalypse, because it heralds a new and better world, free of all which makes our current situation nearly unbearable.
- Apocalyptic Ecstasy
There has been a veritable deluge of books and articles full of dire predictions and apocalyptic warnings.
- Born Against the Apocalypse: Religion and the New American Left
I will always remember the summer of 1994 as the first time I thought the world was really going to come to an end.
- On the Edge of Change: Gender War and the Search for Utopia
That women are now arming themselves against men means that what has hitherto been a metaphorical 'war' of the sexes is now becoming a kind of disturbing reality.
- Incredibly Strange Culture and the End of the World As We Know It
Traces of apocalypse culture have found their way into the mainstream with increasing regularity.
- Pictures of the Dead Middle-Class
Destroying cars is an act of anger directed specifically at people's pocketbooks and economic egos. It is a 'fuck you' to a kind of class privilege.