Disappointed Category: Real Life
So as of today, Sept 23rd 2017, "the world was going to end" - again. Yet another doomsday "prophecy" has gone straight into the toilet. Of course, there was the "Y2K bug" way back in 1999 - supposedly, computers wouldn't be able to recognize the year 2000 and everything was going to collapse, missiles would somehow launch themselves (Skynet style?) and our entire planet was going to turn into dust. Poof, just like that! And who could forget that other bout of hysteria around 2006? Apparently, on June 06 2006 (gasp, 666!) "the anti-Christ was going to rise" and, umm, something dreadful was going to happen. Something actually did - I think my first MySpace profile was deleted because Tom was triggered by some horsesh!t I posted. I came back with a new profile like 5 minutes later and continued being an obnoxious pr!ck. Nothing happened. But wait, there's more - who remembers the 2012 madness? Yeah, some crap was scribbled in the Mayan Calendar about "the end of the world" or "Planet X returning and smashing into the earth!" Apparently, the Mayans couldn't calculate for sh!t because nothing happened in 2012 either. You see, I warned them to stop using Windows but they didn't listen! And here we are today. Older, more experienced - but still dumb as bricks. Kids, there is no "prophecy" and there isn't a single creature on this planet who can predict anything major. Some cause hysteria because it's profitable, others because they're trolling you. And others just want to see the world burn - I'm probably in that last group, but at least I won't bullsh!t you. I have no fvckin' idea when the world will end. Sure, it's a toilet and we have more problems than any of us could count. But don't live in fear or fall for any "prophecy." No future is etched in stone. Unless you want it to be. That's all. Carry on.