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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Last call -- the very, very last call

Does anyone know what time the Mayan Apocalypse is supposed to happen on Friday? We are having our Cyber-office Christmas Party here on Thursday evening, and may try to party all the way through. Thanks.

Comments (15)

Did you invite anyone living in Guam? You know what they say: here today . . . .
Guam tomorrow!

Is that Pacific Standard Time?

Wouldn't they have been on Central or Eastern time? Does that mean less time for us? What a jip...

I plan to be asleep at 3:11am - see you all at the resurrection!

Perfect timing for the Cyber-office party!

Well, if the world is ending Friday morning...oh hell,

"I'd like to buy the house a round of top shelf whatever they want...put it on my tab. I'll settle up at the end of the month."

Is that Pacific Standard Time?

Got me.

Allen, my counterpart in Sydney will let me know by 8:00 AM CST Thursday if the Opera House spontaneously combusts at Midnight.

"Whatever it is, it can wait."

3:11 am Friday

So when I wake up at 6 am I'll already be dead?

I hate it when that happens.

It comes in individual stages of realization. Yours already happened, when the wind blew over your rose bush signifying the start of a new era.
The slowly developing one is Murdockalypse - we're nine months into it and about two more months to go. Imagine: no more FOX falsehoods, no more Limbaugh or Larson hoods.

Example: Argentina launches process to break up media group, Salon.com, Monday, Dec 17, 2012
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina’s government told the country’s largest media conglomerate on Monday that it has begun to assert control over the company and auction off its media licenses.

Martin Sabbatella, the head of the government media regulation body, said on Monday that the government will make the conglomerate and other companies comply with the law, which bars any company from owning too many different media properties.

That should put an end to ridiculous overhyped fear fumes of a bogus 'Mayan' forecast. Ain't no 'end day,' now keep moving, go back to work.

Even if it hits before the Daleks turn the planet into asteroidal debris, it's our perogative to keep partying on, until the atmosphere fades and we're all suffocated, burnt, evaporated, disintegrated, or discovering that "Klaatu barada nikto" really means "Yew shore got a purty mouth." Worrying about what time the party has to end is almost as much of a bummer as hiring a DJ who only wants to play Nickelback.

Is it then end of the world tomorrow? Or just the top half of it?

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