Go Godzilla Go!

I know it's bad news about the 6.8 earthquake that struck northeast Japan, especially with the damage to the Kashiwazaki nuclear power plant, where apparently some 300 gallons of "slightly" radioactive water has seeped into the Sea of Japan.

Isn't this the way how Godzilla began? And if so, can he/she/it just happily obliterate the entire world? Me, I volunteer to be the guy in a suit pointing up at Godzilla, taking a picture, and then Godzilla just steps on me--nothing especially vengeful about it, but just all a part of the general mayhem.

Oh, and by Godzilla, I do mean the 1950s version. And by obliterating the world, I just mean the human world, just all us people and all the buildings and bridges and planes and cars and boats and tanks and helicopters and such. After that, Godzilla can keel over.


Keith Woodruff said…

With our super stupendous advanced ultra painful weaponry it may take more than Godzilla - perhaps Rodan and Gamera.

Clare said…
Oh, come on, what's a little more radioactive water in our seas -- there's hardly any more fish left to notice anyway! Seriously, I love your Godzilla post, and of course it would have to be the 1950's version. Would your camera get stepped on too -- if no humans are left in the world to see it, would the photo be in color or black and white?