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...12/2012...
by Ed Matlack
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Will the world end,

Since of God we did offend,

Did the Aztecs to us send,

The knowledge of our eventual end…

 

So much destruction of late,

Is our world getting closer to its fate,

If so I got to admit I think its great,

Hopefully I will be here for its final date…

 

Will we all in the end perish,

Or will we be able to of our lives cherish,

Our world seems to be of itself ending,

Hard to believe there is anyway,

To ever see it in the near future be mending…

© ed 11/19/11

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Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Who knows, Ed? We've been on a destructive path since the beginning....just moving a lot faster now....

Anna
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE
...ah well, the journey matters more than the end anyways, like dear Ursula used to say.

but like I always say, it really depends on who is driving.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
A wheel within a wheel
Living life in circles
a must before perishing!
*Ed*
This be your inspiration,
keep on writing!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Donna Chandler
I love the cartoon. It takes the sting out of the sobering words a bit.

Donna
Reviewed by richard cederberg
A lot of conjecture about 12/21/12. [Certainly] we shall all see when that day arrives. The font is perfect for this. Take care. Have a decent TGing day. richard
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
That wheel is not a calender of but the year and date our collective pension funds will run out, and then maybe a few weeks later, starving, we collectively blow our brains out. I think that wheel was for the cheating bankers, and what follows from there. Love yer style Jersey, you gots class. Bless ya!
Reviewed by Dayvid Graybill
Good and scary Ed! Shoulda wrote this for Halloween!

Peace,

Dayvid
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
You certainly can come up with some cheerful stuff. There is really no indication that number mode 12/21/12 will be any different from any other day.

Ron
Reviewed by jude forese
remember that song from '65? "eve of destruction"? ... still waiting ...

seriously, doesn't look too good ...
Reviewed by Paul Berube
It will be what it will be; if so, I for one am ready. Well said, Ed.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Great cartoon that speaks volumes. We're a mess but a date is just a date. Patrick
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
I've already told Mean Tall Woman to skip work on 12/21/12 so she and I can both hug our pets good-bye in case those ancient Mayans were right, and we all become cosmic dust particles that day.

PS: On the bright side, we won't have to buy anybody Christmas Gifts next year - including you!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Yup, I don't see it mending either, Ed. We are in for some bad times.
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