From the Editor
What would it be like to be that guy who stands on street corners, proclaiming that the end of the world is coming? Pretty depressing, I'd think. Of course, you'd be right at some point, because the world can't go on forever, but wouldn't being so pessimistic ruin the rest of your life? You wouldn't even be able to enjoy an ice cream cone because you'd be too preoccupied with how ice cream won't exist tomorrow or in 1000 years.
In case you couldn't tell, our theme this month is Apocalypse and here at Woodworks we've been a bit preoccupied with figuring out all the different ways the world could end. A bit of a downer maybe, but you always have the opportunity to realize that you have this exact moment right now, and no one can take that away from you.
We'd appreciate you taking the time to read a few articles before going out to dance in the grass, though.
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