It’s a little difficult for me to type right now, so why not do some reblogging? Here is a great little post from Mitch Teemley.
On this date five years ago,a series of cataclysmic events destroyed the world.
It all began with the end of a 5,000 year cycle on an ancient Mayan calendar. Which we knew to be completely factual because, dude, those Mayans had it goin’ on. Soon, experts in a number of unique (made-up) disciplines, showed the inevitability of:
- Our planet being sucked into a formerly undetected black hole (I hate it when that happens);
- Earth’s collision with the hitherto unnoticed planet Nibiru, the world from whence emanated our alien astronaut ancestors (man, I love alliteration);
- Or any number of other selfie-inspiring events, including a sudden, instantaneous quantum leap in human wisdom and intelligence.
Yeah, that happened.
There was, however, a much more obscure event that really did change the world as we know it. It happened in a tiny village called Bethlehem. And strangely enough, over 2,000…
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