Wednesday, July 8, 2009

The crop circle community has spoken


The giant pattern - thought to represent a traditional Mayan head-dress - appeared next to the tallest prehistoric man-made mound in Europe last week.

Members of the crop circle community believe the mystic symbol is a signal of the end of the 5,126-year Mayan 'Long Count' calendar on December 21, 2012.

Karen Alexander, a crop circle enthusiast, said: "This is one of the most interesting crop circles I have ever seen. It is definitely a Mayan symbol and we are sure it is linked to the Mayan calendar, which ends in 2012.

"It appears to be a warning about the world coming to an end when the calendar does. For the ancient Maya, reaching the end of a cycle was a momentous event, so we are taking this crop circle very seriously as an indicator of a possibly huge event in 2012."

After much thought, I'm pretty sure there are 2 schools of thought regarding these crop circles. The first group, apparently known as the "crop circle community" is trying to be helpful and has finally decided to share the official date for the end of the world. I've been waiting for-fucking-ever to get confirmation on the date, and now I can finally go about planning my final days before microwaves and iPhones take over and kill everyone.

But then there's a second school of thought. This group primarily consists of people who aren't fucking nuts, and who know from watching the movie Signs that crop circles can only mean 1 thing. And that 1 thing is pussy aliens who can be beat up with a baseball bat swung by Joaquin Phoenix.

Note: I realize if you've never seen Signs, this probably doesn't make sense. But just trust me.

i don't know how the shit that crop circle got there, but this is a great opportunity to watch this clip and then ask yourself, why the fuck did he say vamonos to the tv? also, party at my house on december 20, 2012. the end of the world is the next day, so don't worry about a ride home


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