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Mayan Calendar & 2012 AD

From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 16:18:47 EDT
Fwd Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 07:44:57 -0400
Subject: Mayan Calendar & 2012 AD


What in the world the Mayan calendar has to do with UFOs is
beyond me.

For some odd reason we're all now supposed to be worried to
fritz about the year 2012.

As if we didn't have enough problems with 1999, 2000, and 2001
AD.

Why do people take dates and plan doom?

I think the term is Merchant of Chaos.

What's going to happen in 2012? We'll be wondering why we spent
2011 living like idiots worried about 2012.

Next thing you know there'll be t-shirts and lunch boxes and
movies and mini-series involving some mystical 2012 bs.

Mind you, it's the_Mayan_Calendar.

Look what happened to the Mayans.

If their calendars were so accurate they would have prepared
themselves for their own destruction from within and without.

It reminds me of an ad the seniors in college were pondering
one day. A dozen of them from some advanced brain breeding
group from Washing D.C. sat around the cafeteria gobsmacked
over about an advertisment that read something like,
"Learn Superior Memory Techniques From Ancient Long Forgotten
Civilizations!"

My point to them as an upstart freshman was if the techniques
were so superior how'd the civilization they came from become so
long-forgotten in the first place?

The senior class president wrote me a recommendation for that
one.

We don't need anymore evil comets, faces on other planets nor
pending doom nonsense. We have enough snake oil to digest on as
it is.

Oh I had forgotten that Y2K nonsense.


Best,

Greg



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