Does December 21, 2012, mean anything to you? No? Trust me, . . . . it will. This is the new date for the end of the world. Ok, I hear that snickering. Go ahead and laugh, Mr. “Haven’t-I-heard-this-before-and-you’re-an-idiot”! This is far more serious than Hal Lindsey, Y2K, or anything Henry Kissinger ever thought of doing.
December 21, 2012 marks the end of a 5,126-year cycle on the Long Count calendar developed by the ancient Maya. It also is the day that the sun is aligned with the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Can’t be good. And I’m not the only one warning you about it (just google “2012” and you’ll see what I mean).
So laugh on Mr. “I-don’t-care-what-the-ancient-Mayans-thought-you-lamebrain” and, you too Mr. “What-an-imbecile-you-are-for-writing-about-this” — but hey, don’t come running to me when the solar storms, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes start — acting like you’re surprised or something. Cause then it’ll be too late and I’ll be very tempted to say, “So, who’s the lamebrain now, huh?”
[And just to show you how serious this is, they're making a movie. Am I right or am I right?]