What do you guys think about all the crazies who think that because the Aztecs ran out of stone on their slab that December 21, 2012 is the last day of the earth? That date happens to be my sister-in-law's birthday, which is somewhat humerous on an inside joke level, but seriously, they could have come up with a more creative date than that, don't you think? Why not 12/20/2012? I personally will be in a bunker on that date to protect me from said crazies, but it just reminds me of the whole Y2K uproar... I would love to hear your input :o)

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The day before I'll board a plane flying East-West, and I'll manage to cross the International Date Line at midnight. Just so I skip that fateful day.
Can I come?
As long as you bring the beer.
... and it's neither Heineken nor Budweiser.
Michelob Ultra? or maybe Blue Moon...
Living in Europe, I don't know either. Although given the circumstances, Blue Moon sounds appropriate.
Please step away from Blue Moon.

Make it Hoegaarden instead.

Why have an imitation when you can have the real thing?
but, but, but... I'm from America, we don't have good beer that I can bring with me :o( Michelob Ultra is low calorie ;o) lol
Saying that the Aztecs predicted the world will end on December 21, 2012 is like saying the Gregorians predicted the world would end on December 30, 1582.
Let's not forget that the Aztecs could not even predict the seasonal rains and sacrificed children to the Rain God to bring them.
But - but - but they predicted comets and junk!




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