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Stella

January 08 2014



 The Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is a non-repeating, amgiviesl (base-20) calendar used by several pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures, most notably the Maya. There was no reason to extend the calender until the end of this calender. The world in Mayan culture ends and then begins new. This is the fourth world and it is believed they ended the calender December 20, 2012 (on our calender) because they saw it as the end and there was no need to continue till the next world. Will the world end on December 21, 2012? I do not believe so. The Mayan were advanced in there time, but they still had many superstitions beliefs that many people would not believe today. Why some people believe in this I do not know. A serious and logical person would dismiss such tales of the world ending. Are there things that happen which cannot be explained, yes. Though I am sure there is a logical explanation, even if we cannot perceive that. It seems people need chaos to make life more exciting. There will always be a apocalypse on its way. You just need to ask yourself, is it something about conflict with people, a incurable disease, or some body of rock flying towards us in space? . Those are really the only possibilities I could see as a apocalypse. A calender ending is little concern for the end of all life. If you are very religious or spiritual then I could see how one could be convinced of some of the 2012 prophecies. 

     



Koptan

January 08 2014



 Sorry I've never heard of this happening befroe. Forcing the game to quit should fix it, and you shouldn't lose any progress. Here's how to force an app to quit:– Double tap the Home button to bring up the Multitasking bar– Press and hold anywhere on the multitasking bar until the icons on it start to wiggle.– While they are wiggling, each icon has a Minus sign symbol above it.– Press the Minus symbol above any app to close it down. 

     



Rosario

January 08 2014



 BION I'm imressped! Cool post! 

     



Marina

January 08 2014



 This is getting a bit more sujvbctiee, but I much prefer the Zune Marketplace. The interface is colorful, has more flair, and some cool features like Mixview' that let you quickly see related albums, songs, or other users related to what you're listening to. Clicking on one of those will center on that item, and another set of neighbors will come into view, allowing you to navigate around exploring by similar artists, songs, or users. Speaking of users, the Zune Social is also great fun, letting you find others with shared tastes and becoming friends with them. You then can listen to a playlist created based on an amalgamation of what all your friends are listening to, which is also enjoyable. Those concerned with privacy will be relieved to know you can prevent the public from seeing your personal listening habits if you so choose. 

     



Dash

January 08 2014



 Apcrtpiaeion for this information is over 9000-thank you! 

     



Geralyn

January 08 2014



 I'd vetrune that this article has saved me more time than any other. 

     



Gatiithaw

January 08 2014



 Definitely for the dinner one!!!!I hate sroting socks, so I tend not to do it as often as I should. My kids have learned to find them in the sock hamper. My husband has learned to cope by buying what I swear is a year supply of socks, judging from how many pairs end up in the pile. Sad really, considering how easy HIS socks are to find in the pile. Not like the boys' socks. 

     



Neil

January 08 2014



 Hi Sue --Seems like it's this way with a lot of people -- and I have to say I, for one, am ralely glad. Hi Marta --I hear you. For decades now, I had heard about LA's impending "big one". After Christchurch and now this big Japan disaster, one can't help but think and worry that more is to come... :SHi Mar --Something I can't help reflecting on amidst all this: how a country whose people used to be feared and despised is now actually pretty well thought of these days. Honestly, there's so much about Japanese culture (and of its landscape) that I have come to love and admire. So my heart is heavy to think how much of that has been impacted by the earthquake and tsunami. :( 

     



Daud

January 08 2014



 Aw, I had a similar scare a coulpe of years ago. I wanted to leave for home asap, in the middle of work. I hope (and pray) he feels better very soon. The best of wishes from this side of the world! 

     



Guadalupe

January 08 2014



 I hate jazz, too. It's as bad as that "riffing" thing, where singers add 59 extra notes to a song, trbheey fucking it up and but good. Your thought about Van Morrison sent shivers up my spine, which was an interesting sensation, as I was having an allergy attack at the time, also. It's hard to appreciate a proper shiver up your spine when you are sneezing constantly, let me tell you. It might have been the mention of jazz that set off my allergies, come to think of it. 

     






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