The Best Christmas is coming fast!
The Best Christmas Ever!
I am looking forward to December 22, 2012. Why? Because all the crap about the world coming to an end on December 21 will finally be over. It’s false anyway, but then, all you scaremongers and worrymongers will simply have to shut up.
Anyone who actually believes that the Mayans or the Aztecs or the Hindus or the Egyptians actually predicted the end of the world thousands of years ago has a loose screw. The only wise ones among them are the ones who wrote the best selling books on the subject. If they play their cards right, they will have a nice nest egg to celebrate Christmas 2012.
Time to wake up to the fact that no one can predict the future. Why? Because it does not exist. There is only and always the present moment. And nothing is inevitable except your own death. Of that you can (probably) be certain.
And you can’t really use the birth of Jesus to determine all this nonsense. There’s no actual proof he ever existed, let alone being born in the year One. Besides, if he actually existed, he was born around 4-6 BC. The guy who set up our Gregorian calendar messed up on the years and eventually admitted it. So, considering that, from the time of Jesus’ birth to today is already 2013 years at least. Oh well. Back to the drawing board, futurists. The year has come and gone; we’re still here. Only a complete idiot would continue to prophesy the end of the world. But you're no idiot, right? I didn't think so.
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