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starship33 starship33 36-40, F 23 Answers Aug 26, 2012 in Fiction

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A whole lot. People get born, people die, the sun rises, the sun sets. People eat, people starve, and the clock ticks till midnight, then it'll all be over and the next day starts.

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i like you answer.

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Someone will be born and someone will die, and i imagine someone will try to scratch that awkward pimple on their bum :)

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luis will turn 18

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The same will happen as on 31Dec 1999 when the whole world had Y2K fever. Nothing!!!! and twelve years later we will ask "what was the big hype about ? "

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People will be anticipating the following Tuesday - Christmas Day.

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Nothing--we're closing until after the holidays

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I'm guessing that CNN will put on a special telecast, kinda like they did for 9/11, only with more advance preparation

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i hope they make a lot of jokes.

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I will be drinking wine at an "End of the World Party" with my closest friends.

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I'll start my xmas shopping...I'm admit it, I'm a procrastinator :(

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I gotta go with the conventional wisdom on this one. Life will continue on as it always has here on dear old planet Earth.

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I'll write the date as 21 Dec 2012.

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thank you cartoonist.

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Nothing.<br />
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The Mayan calendar was good for 5000 years. They didn't survive long enough to draw one up to take them beyond 2012. It's some new-agey folks who dreamed up the idea that the end of the 5000 year Mayan calendar meant the end of the world.

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I'm planning on having a party.....just in case

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Nothing.I'll probably sleep all day.

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lol

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