December 21 2012: why we’re still here (video)

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It’s just past midnight on the east coast, and we’re still here. Actually it’s been December 21, 2012 or 12-21-12 for quite some time already in the entire Eastern hemisphere. And nothing happened. Just like the May 21st, 2011 doomsday prophecy, remember that hoax?

Here’s a video below to tell you why the Mayan apocalypse never came. It will educate and inform you. Then I also attached an appropriate Britney Spears video to dumb you down- as to maintain balance.

But the truth is, the Mayans never predicted the end of the world. They sure as hell didn’t set a time. And their calendar didn’t even truly end.

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May 21st 2011: ARMAGEDDON, Alison Brie, Kirsten Dunst’s Face

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So if you’re reading this, I guess the Rapture wasn’t really coming today after all. Or maybe it’s actually later on May 21st, 2011. Or maybe the end of days has already happened and this never actually made it to publication. Either way, it’s been a pleasure delivering news and entertaining you. See ya in the next life!

-From Yahoo:

“A new theory that Judgment Day is coming this Saturday has certainly generated lots of media attention, but done little to convince many Americans, including most evangelical Christians.

Some of those skeptical of the prophecy are planning on celebrating Saturday with tongue-in-cheek “rapture parties,” LiveScience reports. Tacoma, Wash., non-believer Paul Case told the Seattle Times that he wants to celebrate on Saturday because if the Rapture does happen, and all Christians are lifted to heaven, “we know as atheists, we’re not going.”

The theory that the “Rapture“–or Judgment Day–will occur on May 21 appears to have originated with the 89-year-old leader of the ministry Family Radio Worldwide, Harold Camping, who earlier predicted the end of days as Sept. 6, 1994. He went back to the drawing board and says his calculations are now correct.”

-Time for the Dr. Evil voice: “riiiiiiight.”

By Paul M. Banks

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