Friday Finds: Mayan Apocalypse Edition


Watch this video to find out our secret… we don’t really work on cruise ships, we’re just really really good at photoshop.  Also, we have fabricated our story so you are impressed BEFORE the apocalypse.  Because that’s just useless afterward.

So I don’t believe in the Mayan Apocalypse.  If this blog posts (I’m writing it in advance because: 1) I’m sneaky like that and 2) you never know) then I’ll really not believe it.  But seriously, in spite of the Mayan Apocalypse being a completely ridiculous idea, there are some pretty awesome internet finds related to December 21, 2012.  Here are my favorites:

NASA weighs in (seriously) on the Mayan “prediction”

Cars you should lease before the end of the world.  You know, so you don’t have to pay the first month.  We’ve missed out on this.

Things you can do to make the most of the short time you have before the end of the world.  We’re a little late on this, but if you take this to heart then I’m sure you’ll be ready prior to the next end of the world prediction.

Straight facts about the Mayan “prediction.”

There’s a French town where you can, apparently, escape the Apocalypse. Best Quote from this, completely real, article? “If it happens as in Mr. Spielberg’s ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind,’ it would be necessary to call in the army.”

I wasn’t aware that a boat would help.  Also, this guy needs to watch Evan Almighty, I think he’d really like it.

And in the event that you’d like to celebrate that the world did NOT end, but we can still make movies about how it might… a list of (not necessarily Mayan) apocalyptic movies.

Did you celebrate that the world didn’t end? How?

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