A newly discovered Garfield calendar is leading “experts” to believe that the world will end on December 31, 2012.
According to the “experts,” the Garfield calendar is very detailed about the months and dates within the 2012 year. The Garfield calendar even details the dates for Mother’s day in both the United States and Mexico. However, the Garfield calendar mysteriously ends on the date of December 31, 2012.
Frankly, the “experts” are concerned. After all, why would the makers of such an accurate calendar simply end the calendar on December 31, 2012? The “experts” indicate that the only conclusion that they can come to is that the makers of the Garfield calendar believed that time would end on that date and there would be no more need for a calendar.
Crackpot skeptics dismiss the “experts” conclusions. They wildly insist that calendars such as the Garfield calendar commonly only detailed a single year at a time (with sometimes a quick reference chart for months in the next year and/or maybe a month into the next). Without any credible support for their assertions, they insist that such calendars were intended to be used only for a single year and then discarded. Man, what lunatics.
The “experts” laugh at the crackpot skeptics and insist that they are not saying that the world will actually end on December 31, 2012, just that this is what the makers of the Garfield calendar believed. Whether the makers of the Garfield calendar were just superstitious or whether they had secret mystical knowledge that only too late will we wish we had listened to remains to be seen. Regardless, the “experts” suggest that we all consider panicking and squandering our lives on the off-chance that the mysterious makers of the Garfield calendar are right.