There is a more important date upcoming: 12/21/12...the End of the World as predicted by the famous Mayan calendar.
There are people all over the world that are worried, even scared to death about this upcoming Apocalypse.
They are taking all kinds of precautions, doing everything they can to avoid a horrible death from the certain destruction that Mayan priests foresaw hundreds of years earlier.
I guess it's smart to believe in the teachings of men whom could have used a serious visit from the fashion police.
These worried people put great stock in these priests, whose favorite pastime was to drag human victims up to the top of their temples and sacrifice them to their gods, as authorities to have the knowledge about the end of time.
So to accept this vision as fact, what should we do to enjoy our final days on earth?
Maybe I'll put off doing that oil change in the Journey. It's not going to do anybody any good to have a crankcase full of fresh oil when every atom on Earth is going to be blasted into oblivion.
Maybe we should all just go down to the beach like Sherry and watch the final sunset that we'll ever see. Or maybe Nancy and Bill might chuck their healthy eating and enjoy a double cheeseburger with a large side of french fries. Rick undoubtedly will back up every file on his computers, just in case. I know Judy will tear around on her 7 mph golf cart and try and get just one more perfect picture of the Red Tailed Woodpecking Hawk that has eluded her for years. As for Terri, she'll bake a couple of cherry pies to put aside as emergency rations in case the world doesn't completely collapse. And I know that Laurie will go out and get one more pedicure.
Jeri and Terry? I think we'll see them wander off into the sunset still looking for that perfect campground where they can drive their Razor off highway vehicle. Mui and Erin will be so busy doing upgrades on their Phaeton, they probably will work right through the date. And Steve and Karen, just days away from hitting the road fulltime, they'll be so covered with the things they are trying to fit into their Phaeton, they just might be shielded enough to survive the catastrophe. I wouldn't doubt for a minute that Jo Beth and Catherine would spend the time watching football while eating delicious Mexican food.
But...what happens if the world doesn't end? What will happen if we survive that wild ride? I know there are many of us that will be terribly disappointed.
Not to worry. I found this. It is called Impact Earth. You can destroy the Earth over and over again from the comfort of your own home on your computer.
So take that, you silly Mayans!
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