Ever since 2012 ended and the Mayans were wrong about the end of the world, life hasn’t been the same.
We’ve been 5 years (aprox.) without a doomsday prophecy and I won’t lie, I miss it.
Nostradamus failed us, Y2K scammed us, the Mayans fooled us and people holding “The end is near” signs are so 1990’s.
Don’t take me wrong, I don’t want the world to end just now, I still have things to do but I miss the movies (2012 was a massive disappointment) and documentaries about the “what if”.
I miss Giorgio A. Tsoukalo’s (an alien-human hybrid), trying to convince us that what he says is true, maybe it is, he’s changed a lot, maybe the aliens are coming soon or walk among us (he’s a living proof). On the next video you see how he’s “evolving”.
And what about the “Doomsday Preppers” in middle America?
I think they are just an upgrade of the show “Hoarders” or downgrade, depends on how you see it, the clear winner is the shrink.
Is there’s a point to this post?
Glad you asked!
No, there isn’t. I just wanted to say that I traveled back in time. Yesterday I was feeling melancholic and decided to check my old blog (Doggy’s Style, offline now) and read some gems worth recovering and sharing.
This idea could go both ways, either mean the end of this blog (see how the post makes sense now? Smooth move!) or take me all the way to the Pulitzer I always wanted to win, maybe even the Nobel, we gotta dream big.
Maybe the next post will be a revival of “True Fairy Tales”, an award-winning fiction series, suitable for all ages as long as they can legally drink.
If you got this far and are still confused, it’s ok, I just did 20 miles and it was really cold, maybe my brain is frozen or thawing, so it isn’t you, it’s me.
Ohh! I have a good brain freeze story, about my grandma, may she rest in peace, the woman was hilarious, I’ll share it later on.
Enough about me, tell me:
How was your weekend?
How you deal with brain freeze?
Have a great week!