well then start the calendar over from day one, or adopt a different calendar (Gregorian seems to be popular). am i really the only one that thought of that?
just a joke, don’t take it seriously
Not taking it seriously, but you do know that the Gregorian Calendar IS the calendar we use, right? Was that part of the joke or an honest mistake?
Sure, WE use gregorian, but somehow I don’t think that’s the one the calendar machine functions by =)
And gregorian theoretically doesn’t end… just goes in cycles. Which, oddly enough, so may the mayan calender, hence, no end of the world in 2012, just… another couple of millenia until another possible Y2K fanatacist group pop’s up
Actually my response to the people who go bat-crap crazy about what’s supposed to happen after the end of the Mayan calendar is how do you know it wasn’t one of two things:
1) the guy making the calendar was laid off when his employers decided “well, that’s long enough, we’ll make another one long before then”
2) for the end of the calendar they had not yet thought to add the line for the stupid people that reads “please see pharmacist for new calendar”
The funny part is the balanced people usually see my point and let it go, the truly unbalanced ones just get spun up even worse, so I grab the popcorn and enjoy.
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