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Ethan Green says
Catherine Kane says
Calendarocolypse! Ooooh nooo! :-) Love it.
Mmragie - I wonder why two people voted your answer down. If they didn't like the brevity, why not just not respond? But the very fact that you responded should be respected.
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Did you miss the " Just for fun" part?
This was already too silly without adding more goofy remarks on my part. Sorry, but sometimes I guess I just can't go along with the gag in certain situations.
That's ok, whonunuwho. Sometimes though, it's easy to laugh at ourselves. With the way the economy is and how hard it has gotten for a lot of us, all you can do is laugh to make yourself feel better. :-)
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Very nice! Thank you for the link.
Game Flex says
And we'll all be Left 4 Dead
Peter Freeman says
I'm a bit ticked at the 12/21 thing. We have 3 children with birthdays in December - 12/9, 12/10, and 12/15. Our wedding anniversary is 12/14. After what we call 'Birthocalypse', we don't even get to enjoy Christmas!
Tony Mead says
Great answer, but you forgot Mayans and Dick Clark. While my question was in jest, I feel that sometimes the only way we can help others get prepared or even think of preparing for any type of disaster is by joking. Bees to honey and all that.
Devine intervention could be Dick Clark and the Mayans reappearing. HEHEHE
Ha, it could be! Your scenerio is probably the most realistic. With the exception of DC and Mayans. ;-)
People voting this down---must have struck a chord.
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