Thousands of years ago the Mayan calendar predicted that our world will come to an end on December 21, 2012. That's today! They didn't say what time, but given the fact that they were pretty close on the lunar cycle, it’s just possible they might have this end of the world thing right. Remember the Y2K fiasco? It didn't happen. Let's hope this won't either.
This unusual December has five Saturdays, five Sundays and five Mondays. I wasn't around the last time to verify this, but supposedly it only happens once every 824 years. And then there is the fiscal cliff fiasco facing us. We've been bombarded by the media that we're about to plunge into a bottomless ibis of financial ruin that will happen at the end of December.
I'm writing this on December 8th and putting it into my blog rotation to publish on the 21st, just in case. If you're reading this today, the stuff obviously didn't hit the fan.
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