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Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: The Y2K hubbub was a lighthearted and whimsical misadventure. A wayward romp, if you will.This? Not so much.From the article: "So, it seems there should be a December 22, 2012."YOU DON'T SAY.
jake_lex: The Y2K thing, unlikely as it was, was actually based on something that could happen. Now, there were a ton of scumbags stirring up fear to cash in, but, yeah, if a lot of work hadn't been done, some bad stuff could have happened.This is total bullshiat. Even with the most cursory understanding of Mayan culture, you should know that that calendar running out on 12/21 is not a prediction of the end of the world at all. It's...just time to start the new calendar.
Mugato: Goddammit, when the 21st comes and goes will you finally STFU? I'm sorry your life sucks so much but the world is not going to end for several thousand years.
Linkster: Well, the calender itself doesn't predict shiat. Other Glyphs DO however.
CruJones: What are H2 and National Geographic going to do for programming after Dec. 22?
FunkOut: Linkster: Well, the calender itself doesn't predict shiat. Other Glyphs DO however.That one glyph predicts a jaguar may poop in one's slippers.
FunkOut: That one glyph predicts a jaguar may poop in one's slippers.
dryknife: Wouldn't you like to be a Prepper too?
djcunix: If the world is going to end, why bother to hoard?