It’s the end of the world as we know it.

I feel fine.
It’s funny, I recall years back in me teenage years in high school during the late 20th century.. Bill Clinton was having relations that he denied, the economy was great, and I was putting cheap gas into my first car in order to drive around and waste it. Oh, and I was making tons of jokes that by the time 2012 came, nothing would matter since it was the end of the world. Kids back then didn’t know what I meant. But I always prided myself in knowing the best of the doom and gloom scenarios of the future. (Water wars by 2025 I predict)..
And now here we are! Doomsday 2012! The Mayan calender is set to end this month, or some say. A new period of time begins. Or the end occurs. 
So it’s only natural that panic is setting in. While most people partied like it was 1999 when the century turned 21, others though Y2K would shut the world down and bring about the end of our world.. Others committed suicide when a comet flew by earth. We have been here before. Panic and fear.
But this is the big one. This is the mother of all end time scenarios. 
Even though Mayans are getting pretty angry that people are misinterpreting their calender, we are still doing it.. People are stockpiling food. A certain bit of the collective consciousness thinks the end is nigh. 
Here we go. It’s going to be a wild ride to the end of the Mayan calender.
Did anyone ever wonder why the Mayans just didn’t buy a new calender when their old one ended??? I guess there were few book stores back then, too.. 
So which of the four horsemen is your favorite? The pale one? And with him comes death.
What if the strike ends and no one cares?
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