Saturday, October 23, 2010


This might be a day late, but I was busy celebrating my birthday yesterday. Anyways, Lindsay Lohan violated her DUI probation yesterday, and what happens? Nothing at all. In fact, Lindsay was simply ordered to stay in rehab, making it her fifth time, and got her SCRAM device on her ankle removed. If I got the treatment Lindsay Lohan did, I would do drugs and alcohol all day knowing the law wouldn't do shit to stop me, besides maybe putting me into rehab and making me as comfortable as possible. I think that stupid bitch needs some hard jail time. What's your opinion on this?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

New NFL Rules

So as many of you people know, the National Football League is going to start persecuting players that make helmet to helmet tackles. Many football players in the NFL have been going crazy about this and have even threated to retire with the new rules, because we all know how much the NFL and their teams have such irreplaceable people. So, my question is what is your opinion on this? Personally, I don't really think it's that hard to adapt and stop doing head to head collisions.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Stupid 2010 Doomsday Promoters

So, to all the people who think that the world will end in 2010, there's news that's telling you to calm down. I've always thought people shitting themselves over what they think is the end of the world are stupid, as there have been so many doomsdays over the years that I've grown to ignore them. This 2010 doomsday is also starting to look like just another one of the many fake doomsdays that have popped up with this new finding.
A new critique, published as a chapter in the new textbook "Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World" (Oxbow Books, 2010), argues that the accepted conversions of dates from Mayan to the modern calendar may be off by as much as 50 or 100 years. That would throw the supposed and overhyped 2012 apocalypse off by decades and cast into doubt the dates of historical Mayan events. (The doomsday worries are based on the fact that the Mayan calendar ends in 2012, much as our year ends on Dec. 31.)
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Although "Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World" might be wrong,  their finding certainly puts some doubt into the prophecy made by the Ancient Mayans of the years 250AD to 900 AD.

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