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Monday, September 28, 2009


10. The Halloween Costume Catalog Comes In The Mail: Check
9. Halloween Candy Is On Sale At BJ's And Halloween Oreos Are On Sale At Wal-Mart: Check
8. You Start Seeing It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown Commercials On ABC
7. When You Drive to Wal-Mart Pumpkins Are Either Along The Way Or Outside The Store: Check
6. Boo Berry, Frankenberry and Count Chocula Are Lining The Cereal Shelves: Check
5. There Are Horror Movie Marathons Everywhere
4. Houses Are Decorated Wherever You Go
3. People Ask You What Are You Going To Be For Halloween: Check
2. Google Has A Halloween Logo
1. In The Kids Section At Barnes & Noble There Are A Bunch Of Halloween Books : Check

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Trailer of the Day

Michael Jackson's This Is It

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Tebow's Down

Max's Christmas Wish List

My 100th September Post!

Oh my goodness!!! This is my 100th post in September! From a mere 7 in July to 100 in September. A comment from Brian Miller read "I think you're trying to get to 200 by the end of the week!" Well, I got 100 in 26 days. Yeap, 4 days left in September. Wasn't even a whole month! But for Cal, Congratulations on your 100 in a week. He nonstops posting. I finished the 767 items in my Google Reader when who else but Cal posts 14 things. So I won't ever catch Cal. Wake me up when September ends? I think not!

Beetle Bailey Mystery!

Friday, September 25, 2009

A Garfield Minus Garfield, I Made

Donald Duck Sounds

I can do this voice too just not saying anything. I can make the noises.

Found Em!

Ah library memories...


Back in 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade everytime around ChristmasTime I would check out a Christmas book and now I can't find it. My library teacher would say "It's Christmastime already, eh?"

Fun With Bill!!

This is a Bill Belichick SI Cover with all the covers from 2007. See if you can spot the Bill one in the border and then keep going around and around like a mirror house!

Fun with Google!

On Google type in Bing or in Bing type in Google. In Google type in Google then click on Google then type in Google and so on. Do the same for Bing.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Fun on Facebook

Just A Few Facebook Games


NASCAR Web Racing

This is a cool game on pogo.com. You can play as: Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Mark Martin, Dale Jarret, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Ryan Newman. You can do a season at Infineon, Bristol and Atlanta. Or just 1 race. Choose a quailifying lap or not. 5,7, or 11 laps and you're good to go


Theme Thursday- Wild

This was voted by SI the 'Most Wild Sport'. It's called pig diving and yeah it lvies up to the hype

Monday, September 21, 2009

Emmy Winners

Drama: Mad Men
Comedy: 30 Rock
Drama Actor: Bryan Cranston
Drama Actress: Glenn Close
Comedy Actor: Alec Baldwin
Comedy Actress: Toni Collette
Variety: Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Miniseries: Little Dorrit
Miniseries Actor: Brendan Gleeson
Miniseries Actress: Jessica Lange

I went 4-10 at 40%

Emmy 2009

Legen--Wait For It--DARY!

Yeah he was all like. Let's hope Kanye likes 30 Rock! Ownd!!!!

And they showed a video that was all like: "I Can See Russia From My House" "I'm WOLVERINE!" It was awesome.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

I Willz Beez Stylin!

With this outfit. I willz beez stylin!

One More

My First Tagged Competition Has Been Won

The competition of who will have more posts. Me, Wings or Vampirate. I exceeded Vampirate yesterday. And now with a total of 159 posts so far. I have surpassed Wings. I finally won a competition I was tagged to do!

My 150th Post!

Here's another 150 for ya!


Show Us Your Moves

Show Us Your Moves

Thanks Tammy!

Tammy gave me more info on 2012 check it out.


How to Succeed in Pictonary

If you want the game to run long, here's how to do it. Don't do long words, the 1st hint will give it away. Do a short first name and logn last name of a person. I did Paul Pierce. I went from oranges all the way to belly button. Trust me, it works.

Golden Double Stuf Oreo

Anyone know where to get these?

Emmy Predictions 2009

Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper
Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Tina Fey as Liz Lemon
Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Simon Baker as Patrick Jane
Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Elizabeth Moss as Peggy Olson
Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie: Brendan Gleeson as Winston Churchill
Best Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Shirley MacLaine as Coco Chanel
Best Comedy Series: 30 Rock
Best Drama Series: Mad Men
Best Made for TV Movie: Coco Chanel
Best Miniseries: Little Dorrit
Best Reality Series: Dancing with the Stars
Best Variety Series: Late Show with David Letterman

Awesome Red Sox Nation Commercial

I couldn't find the video so here's what it said: "It's why your name is Tony and your son's name is Jason. It's why you grew that beard than shaved it, than grew it back again. It's why we watch."

I Can Haz Cheezburger Generator!!

I Made Them All. Which One is Actually My Dog, Max?

http://icanhascheezburger.com/ , http://cheezburger.com/lolbuilder.aspx


The MLB Players of 09

All the great players of 2009: But only 2 can be MVP! Will Pujols or Pedroia repeat? Will it fianlly be Mauer's time? Will Utley upset Pujols?

Exceeding the Super!

Remember the competititon to have more blogposts than Vampirate and Super Blogliness! and Wings and Caffeinated Joe. Well I have surpassed Vampirate. This is my 145th post. Vampirate has 141 posts. Wings has 158. I have almost won my first ever thing I have been tagged to do. Just 13 more posts!

Saturday, September 19, 2009


Excuse me? Please dear eyes do not decieve me!

Let Yo Freak Flag Fly

Rock On

Here's how you do it: \m/(<.>)\m/


RugBall is a sport my dad and I invented. There is one person who is the blocker and one is the thrower. The thrower has to get the rugball (a rubber bouncy ball) onto the rug behind the blocker. The blocker is on a rug and guarding the other rug behind him. The thrower has to get the ball on the other rug 10 times for a set. The blocker has to get 5 blocks in a row to get a set. If the thrower gets the ball on the other rug while the blocker already has 1,2,3 or 4 blocks than his points go back to 0. First player to 5 sets wins. Fun game!

Boston Sports 2007-2008 by McFarlane

This McFarlane made collage shows the Red Sox 2007 World Champion Team, The 16-0 Patriots' Brady and Moss and the Celtics' Big 3!

Dustin Pedroia: Born To Play: My Life in the Game: Book Review

I recently finished reading 'Born To Play' by Dustin Pedroia. And I have to say it was quite good. I give it ***** stars. This book is now among my Top 5 Favorites along with 'Christmas' Most Wanted' 'Sports Illustrated 2009 Almanac' '2008 Birnbaum's Official Guide to Walt Disney World' and 'Loser'. This book shows Dustin Pedroia's journey through the game of baseball from when he was swinging a bat at age 4 to when he enrolled at ASU to when he was named as the cover athlete for 'MLB 09 The Show'. The use of swears Pedey uses are awesome. This book also features commentary from Pat Williams, Pedroia's baseball coach at ASU, Alex Cora, Pedroia's teammate from 2006-2008, and Julia Ruth Stevens, a long-time Red Sox fan and daughter of Babe Ruth. This book is also humurous. Reccomended for Die-Hard BoSox fans, ASU fans and Woodland, CA fans.


The Tenth Daughter of Memory- Distance

Birds where chirping, the sun was shining. A perfect day for baseball. The players trot out to the field for ALCS Game 5. Now nightfall, 7:05, crisp, cold October baseball air. Daisuke's on the mound and the Red Sox can comeback down 3-0 or 3-1 for the third time. And the game begins.

Carlos Pena tied an ALCS record by homering in his third straight game, then Longoria broke it five pitches later with his sixth postseason homer. Tampa Bay's 13 homers set an ALCS record, breaking Boston's mark of 12 against the Yankees in 2003. B.J. Upton and Longoria became the first teammates in AL history with at least six homers apiece in the postseason.

Then Upton pounced on Daisuke Matsuzaka for a two-run homer on the game's ninth pitch. Carlos Pena and Longoria hit back-to-back homers for the second straight game, and Scott Kazmir held Boston to two hits over six innings, never allowing a runner past second base.

Fenway Park fell silent, and the Boston Red Sox were on the verge of going down without a whimper.

Then baseball's comeback kings did it again,
Then the Red Sox sprung to life, It Ain't Over

The first six innings and the final three innings of the Red Sox's improbable comeback couldn't have been more night and day.

Trailing by seven runs with seven outs left in their season, Boston trailed 7-0 with two outs in the seventh, then rallied when Dustin Pedroia hit an RBI single and David Ortiz added a three-run homer against Grant Balfour. Drew hit a two-run homer in the eighth, and Coco Crisp tied it with a two-out RBI single off Dan Wheeler.

In the ninth, Kevin Youkilis reached on an infield single with two outs when he grounded to Evan Longoria and wound up at second as the throw bounced in front of first baseman Carlos Pena and into the stands for an error.

Jason Bay was intentionally walked, than Youk took off and Drew hit over the outstreched glove of Gabe Gross. He watched the ball hop into the bullpen. He watched the ball leave. He watched the ball go into the distance.

2012 Phenomenon

The 2012 phenomenon[1][2] is a present-day cultural meme proposing that cataclysmic or transformative events will occur in the year 2012. The forecast is based primarily on what is claimed to be the end-date of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, which is presented as lasting 5,125 years and as terminating on December 21 or 23, 2012, along with interpretations of assorted legends, scriptures, numerological constructions and prophecies.

A New Age interpretation of this transition posits that, during this time, the planet and its inhabitants may undergo a positive physical or spiritual transformation, and that 2012 may mark the beginning of a totally new era.[3] Conversely, some believe that the 2012 date marks the beginning of an apocalypse. The 2012 doomsday prediction idea has been disseminated in numerous books and TV documentaries, and has spread around the world as an Internet meme through websites and discussion groups. The idea of a global event occurring in 2012 based on any interpretation of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is rejected as pseudoscience by the scientific community, and as misrepresentative of Maya history by Mayanist scholars.[2][4]

Contents [hide]
1 Mesoamerican Long Count calendar
1.1 Maya references to 2012
1.1.1 Tortuguero
1.1.2 Chilam Balam
2 New Age theories
2.1 Galactic alignment
2.2 Timewave zero and the I Ching
3 Doomsday theories
3.1 Geomagnetic reversal
3.2 Planet Nibiru
4 2012 film
5 See also
6 Further reading
7 Notes
8 References
9 External links

Mesoamerican Long Count calendar
Main article: Mesoamerican Long Count calendar
December 2012 marks the ending of the current baktun cycle of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. The Long Count set its "time zero" at a point in the past marking the end of the previous world and the beginning of the current one, which corresponds to either 11 or 13 August 3114 BC in the Gregorian calendar, depending on the formula used.[5]

The Long Count kept time roughly in units of 20, so 20 days made a uinal, 18 uinals, or 360 days, made a tun, 20 tuns made a katun, and 20 katuns, or 144,000 days, made up a baktun. So, for example, the Mayan date of represents 8 baktuns, 3 katuns, 2 tuns, 10 uinals and 15 days since creation. Many Mayan inscriptions have the count shifting to a higher order after 13 baktuns.[6][7] Today, the most widely accepted correlations of the end of the thirteenth baktun, or Mayan date, with the Western calendar are either December 21 or December 23, 2012.[8] Even before the dating issue was settled, the early Mayanist and astronomer Maud Worcester Makemson had written in 1957 that "[t]he completion of a Great Period of 13 baktuns would have been of the utmost significance to the Maya".[9] After the correct date was determined, the anthropologist Munro S. Edmonson added that "there appears to be a strong likelihood that the eral calendar, like the year calendar, was motivated by a long-range astronomical prediction, one that made a correct solsticial forecast 2,367 years into the future in 355 B.C. [sic]".[10]

In 1966, Michael D. Coe more ambitiously claimed in The Maya that "[t]here is a suggestion . . . that Armageddon would overtake the degenerate peoples of the world and all creation on the final day of the thirteenth [baktun]. Thus ... our present universe ... [would] be annihilated on December 23, 2012, when the Great Cycle of the Long Count reaches completion."[11] These apocalyptic connotations were accepted by other scholars through the early 1990s.[12] But more recent academic scholars have specifically disputed the apocalyptic interpretation of the Long Count calendar end-date, saying instead that it would be a cause for celebration but that the cycle would continue uninterrupted by any cataclysmic event.[2]

These scholars argue that the Long Count does not end on[13] In their seminal work of 1990, the Maya scholars Linda Schele and David Freidel, who reference Edmonson, argue that the Maya "did not conceive this to be the end of creation, as many have suggested,"[14] citing Mayan predictions of events to occur after the end of the 13th baktun. The Maya, due to the cyclical nature of their calendar, also wrote the date of creation, their zero date, as[15] Schele and Freidel note that creation date was inscribed at Coba as, with twenty units above the katun. According to Schele and Friedel, these 13s should be treated as 0s, so the Coba number would be read as if it were, with the units of each column beyond the second (counting from right to left) equal to 20 times those of the previous one. This number represented "the starting point of a huge odometer of time". Schele and Freidel calculate that the date at which this odometer would run out lies some 4.134105 × 1028 years in the future, or 3 quintillion times the scientifically accepted age of the universe.

The issue is complicated further by the fact that many different Maya city-states employed the Long Count in different ways. At Palenque, evidence suggests that the priest timekeepers believed the cycle would end after 20 baktuns, rather than 13. A monument commemorating the ascension of the king Pakal the Great connects his coronation with events as far as 4000 years in the future, indicating that those scribes did not believe the world would end on[15]

Maya references to 2012
Most Maya inscriptions are strictly historical and do not make any prophetic declarations.[16] Two items in the Maya corpus, however, mention the end of the 13th baktun: Tortuguero Monument 6 and the Chilam Balam.

The Tortuguero site dates from the 7th century AD and consists of a series of inscriptions in honor of the contemporary ruler. One inscription, known as Tortuguero monument 6, is generally agreed among Mayanists to refer to the 2012 date. It has been partially defaced; Mayanist scholar Mark Van Stone has given the most complete translation:

Tzuhtz-(a)j-oom u(y)-uxlajuun pik
The Thirteenth [b'ak'tun] will end
(ta) Chan Ajaw ux(-te') Uniiw.
(on) 4 Ajaw, the 3rd of Uniiw [3 K'ank'in].
Uht-oom Ek'-...
Black ... will occur.
Y-em(al) ... Bolon Yookte' K'uh ta-chak-ma...
(It will be) the descent(?) of Bolon Yookte' K'uh to the great (or red?)...[17]
Very little is known about the god (or gods) Bolon Yookte' K'uh. Possible translations of his or their name include "nine support [gods]", "Many‐Strides God", "Nine‐Dog Tree", or "Many‐Root Tree".[15] He appears in other inscriptions as a god of war, conflict, and the underworld, though Markus Eberl and Christian Prager believe that the Tortuguero inscription parallels the typical Maya ruler's pronouncement of a future dedicatory celebration.[18] The long count used at Tortuguero contains 20 b'ak'tuns in a cycle, so the end of the 13th b'ak'tun would not end the cycle according to Tortuguero astronomers.[17] No illustrations of Bolon Yookte' exist, though dozens of other gods' images are known.[15]

Chilam Balam
The Chilam Balam of Tizimin has been translated twice: once by Maud Worcester Makemson and once by Munro S. Edmonson. Makemson believed that one of the lines in the book (licutal oxlahun bak chem, ti u cenic u tzan a ceni ciac aba yum texe) refered to the "tremendously important event of the arrival of 4 Ahau 3 Kankin in the not too distant future",[19] translating it as "Presently Baktun 13 shall come sailing, figuratively speaking, bringing the ornaments of which I have spoken from your ancestors." (Her version of the the text continues, "Then the god will come to visit his little ones. Perhaps 'After Death' will be the subject of his discourse.") Makemson was still relying on her own dating of to 1752 and therefore the "not too distant future" in her annotations meant a few years after the scribe in Tizimin recorded his Chilam Balam.[20] Edmonson's translation does not support this reading; he considers the Long Count entirely absent from the book, with a 24-round may system used instead.[21]

Other Chilam Balam books contain references to the 13th baktun, but it is unclear if these are in the past or future; for example, oxhun bakam u katunil (thirteen bakam of katuns) in the Chilam Balam of Chumayel.[22]

New Age theories
In contrast to the apocalyptic view popularly attributed to the Maya, many New Agers believe that the ending of this cycle will correspond to a global "consciousness shift" and the beginning of a new age. This theory is grounded in a apocalyptic vocabulary dating back to the 1950s and draws on many of the same sources and personalities of the 1987 Harmonic Convergence. Established themes found in 2012 literature include "suspicion towards mainstream Western culture", the idea of spiritual evolution, and the possibility of leading the world into the New Age, by individual example or by a group's joined consciousness. The general intent of this literature is not to warn of impending doom but "to foster counter-cultural sympathies and eventually socio-political and 'spiritual' activism".[23]

The date became the subject of speculation by Frank Waters, who devotes two chapters to its interpretation, including discussion of an astrological chart for this date and its association with Hopi prophecies in Mexico Mystique: The Coming Sixth Age of Consciousness (1975).[24] The significance of the year 2012 (but not a specific day) was mentioned briefly by José Argüelles in The Transformative Vision, (1975)[25] and later in The Mayan Factor (1987).[26]

Author Daniel Pinchbeck popularized New Age concepts about this date, linking it to beliefs about crop circles, alien abduction, and personal revelations based on the use of entheogens and mediumship in his 2006 book 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl.[27] Pinchbeck argues for a shift in consciousness rather than an apocalypse, suggesting that materialistic attitudes, rather than the material world, are in jeopardy.[28] Semir Osmanagić, the author and metalworker responsible for promoting the Bosnian pyramids, referred to 2012 in the conclusion of his book The World of the Maya.[29] He suggests that "Advancement of DNA may raise us to a higher level" and concludes, "When the 'heavens open' and cosmic energy is allowed to flow throughout our tiny Planet, will we be raised to a higher level by the vibrations".[29]

Galactic alignment
Frank Waters' book inspired further speculation by John Major Jenkins in the mid-1980s, noting the correspondence of the December 21 date with the winter solstice in 2012. This date was in line with an idea he terms the Galactic Alignment.

In the solar system, the planets and the Sun share roughly the same plane of orbit, known as the plane of the ecliptic. From our perspective on Earth, the Zodiacal constellations move along or near the ecliptic, and over time, appear to recede counterclockwise by one degree every 72 years. This movement is attributed to a slight wobble in the Earth's axis as it spins. As a result, approximately every 2160 years, the constellation visible on the early morning of the spring equinox changes. In Western astrological traditions, this signals the end of one astrological age (currently the Age of Pisces) and the beginning of another (Age of Aquarius). Over the course of 26,000 years, the precession of the equinoxes makes one full circuit around the ecliptic.

Just as the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere is currently in the constellation of Pisces, so the winter solstice is currently in the constellation of Sagittarius, which happens to be the constellation intersected by the galactic equator. Every year for the last 1000 years or so, on the winter solstice, the Earth, Sun and the galactic equator come into alignment, and every year, precession pushes the Sun's position a little way further through the Milky Way's band.

The Milky Way near Cygnus showing the lane of the Dark Rift which the Maya called the Xibalba be or Black Road.Jenkins suggests that the Maya based their calendar on observations of the "dark rift", a band of black dust clouds in the Milky Way, which the Maya called the Xibalba be or Black Road.[30] Jenkins claims that the Maya were aware of where the ecliptic intersected the Black Road and gave this position in the sky a special significance in their cosmology.[31] According to the hypothesis, the Sun precisely aligns with this intersection point at the winter solstice of 2012.[31] Jenkins claimed that the classical Mayans anticipated this conjunction and celebrated it as the harbinger of a profound spiritual transition for mankind.[32] New Age proponents of the galactic alignment hypothesis argue that, just as astrology uses the positions of stars and planets to make claims of future events, the Mayans plotted their calendars with the objective of preparing for significant world events.[33]

The alignment in question is not exclusive to 2012 but takes place over a 36-year period, corresponding to the diameter of the Sun, with the most precise convergence having already occurred in 1998.[34] Also, Jenkins himself notes that there is no concrete evidence that the Maya were aware of precession.[35] While some Mayan scholars, such as Barbara MacLeod, have suggested that some Mayan holy dates were timed to precessional cycles, scholarly opinion on the subject is divided.[15] There is also little evidence, archaeological or historical, that the Maya placed any importance on solstices or equinoxes.[15]

Timewave zero and the I Ching

A screenshot of the Timewave Zero software."Timewave zero" is a pseudoscientific numerological formula that purports to calculate the ebb and flow of "novelty", defined as increase in the universe's interconnectedness, or organised complexity,[36] over time. According to Terence McKenna, who conceived the idea in the early 1970s, the universe has a teleological attractor at the end of time that increases interconnectedness, eventually reaching a singularity of infinite complexity on December 21, 2012, at which point anything and everything imaginable will occur instantaneously.[citation needed]

McKenna expressed "novelty" in a computer program, which purportedly produces a waveform known as timewave zero or the timewave. Based on McKenna's interpretation of the King Wen sequence of the I Ching,[37] the graph appears to show great periods of novelty corresponding with major shifts in humanity's biological and cultural evolution. He believed the events of any given time are recursively related to the events of other times, and chose the atomic bombing of Hiroshima as the basis for calculating his end date of November, 2012. When he discovered this date's proximity to the end of the 13th baktun, he adjusted it so that the two dates matched.[38]

The first edition of Invisible Landscapes refers to 2012 (as the year, not a specific day) only twice. McKenna originally considered it an incidental observation that the two dates matched, a sign of the end date "being programmed into our unconscious". It was only after he met Jose Argüelles in 1985 that he became convinced that December 21, 2012 had significant meaning and peppered this specific date throughout the second, 1993 edition of the same book.[23]

Doomsday theories
A far more apocalyptic view of the year 2012 is represented by the History Channel which, beginning in 2006, aired "Decoding the Past: Mayan Doomsday Prophecy", based loosely on John Major Jenkins' theories but with a tone he characterized as "45 minutes of unabashed doomsday hype and the worst kind of inane sensationalism". It was co-written by a science fiction author.[39][40] This show proved popular and was followed by many sequels: 2012, End of Days (2006), The Last Days on Earth (2008) Seven Signs of the Apocalypse (2008) and Nostradamus 2012 (2008), together with programs recounting past doomsdays: Comet Catastrophe (2007), Noah's Great Flood (2008) and Journey to 10000 B.C.[41]

History Channel documentaries have also related their End of the World scenario to the following:

The Bible's Book of Revelation. This text, composed some 1900 years ago, did indeed offer a dramatic picture of the end of the world—but it also promised that it would happen "very soon".[42] The Bible says nothing about 2012 or any similar date.
The Tiburtine Sibyl. As reproduced in the 16th century, this book did indeed likewise present a dramatic picture of the apocalypse, but did not date it, least of all to 2012.[43]
The quatrains of Nostradamus. While these are clearly intended to be read in a pre-apocalyptic context, they do not specifically mention (or, consequently, date) the end of the world:[44] their Preface states that they are valid until the year 3797.[45]
The so-called Lost Book of Nostradamus. This is in fact merely a retitling[46] of the anonymous Vaticinia de Summis Pontificibus — a book of prophetic papal emblems dating from centuries before his time – and does not mention the year 2012.
The Prophecies of Merlin. This was a fictional composition by the medieval Geoffrey of Monmouth,[47] amplified in 13th-century Venice, and did not mention the year 2012.[48]
The Prophecies of Mother Shipton. The original 1641 edition of these says nothing at all about doomsday or the end of the world or, consequently, any proposed date for either.[49]
Geomagnetic reversal
One idea proposed in these films involves a geomagnetic reversal (often incorrectly referred to as a polar shift by proponents of this hypothesis), which could be triggered by a massive solar flare, one with energy equal to 100 billion atomic bombs.[50] This belief is supposedly supported by observations that the Earth's magnetic field is weakening,[51] which indicates an impending reversal of the north and south magnetic poles. Scientists believe the Earth is overdue for a geomagnetic reversal, and has been for a long time, even since the time of the Mayans, because the last reversal was 780,000 years ago.[52] Critics, however, claim geomagnetic reversals take up to 5,000 years to complete, and do not start on any particular date. Also, while NASA expects a particularly strong solar maximum sometime between 2010 and 2012,[53] there is no scientific evidence linking a solar maximum to a geomagnetic reversal.[54] A solar maximum would be mostly notable for its effects on satellite and cellular phone communications.[53]

Planet Nibiru
Proponents of a Nibiru collision claim that a planet called Nibiru will collide with or pass by Earth in that year. This idea, which has been circulating since 1995 in New Age circles and initially slated the event for 2003, is based on claims of channeling from alien species and has been widely ridiculed.[55][56] Astronomers calculate that such an object so close to Earth would be visible to anyone looking up at the night sky.[57][58][59]

Friday, September 18, 2009

ESPN Boston

Check out the new ESPN Branch site! Really cool for the die hard boston fans.


Thursday, September 17, 2009

Welcome Back to Beantown

Yesterday, The Red Sox beat the Angels 9-8. In the bottom of the ninth with two out Papi walked and then Gathright pinch ran. When one thing led to another and here's Nick Green. Nick Green checks his swing and everyone thinks it's a strikeout but the umpire says he held up. Than on the next pitch Green is walked and the game is tied. When Alex Gonzalez coems up and bloops it to left and the Red Sox walk off with the win! On Monday, The Patriots were down 24-13 with 2:00 left. Brady to Watson than it was 24-19. The pats missed the extra point and were forced to kick. They didn't onside kick they just kicked it. The Bills had the ball when Brandon Meriwether forced a fumble and Stephen Gostkowski (I met him) recovered it. Brady than through it to Watson again for another TD! And the Pats won!

Theme Thursday- Over The Hill

Picking Pumpkins. Picking Apples. Harvesting. Raking. Cold Days. Even Colder Nights. Glistening Moon. Red. Orange. Yellow. Leaves Are Falling. Running. Football. Leaves Falling Over The Hill. Welcome To Autumn.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Go Campbell

Jason Campbell has a goal on Facebook. If he gets 1,000 fans by November 1st then he will pick a top fan of the month every month. And it just could be you! Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Jason-Campbell/147715829973?ref=nf
He has 4 fans so far. Come on pick him up off his feet!

Jason Campbell Hey everyone let's get to 1,000 fans by November 1st! Invite your friends! The day may seem far away but the clock is ticking!


I'm in computer class

Movie Poster of The Day

POTC Returns with Number 4. But Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly will not be returning. So I do not expect this movie to be any good.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Toy Story

The official teaser trailer for Toy Story 3 has been released

Happy 30th Anniversary SC!

SportsCenter is a daily sports news television show, and the flagship program of American cable network ESPN since the network launched on September 7, 1979. Originally airing once per day, SportsCenter is now shown up to twelve times a day, replaying the day's scores and highlights from major sporting events, along with commentary, previews and feature stories. Due to its durability, it has been aired more times than any other program in American television, with more than 30,000 unique episodes. It celebrated its 30,000th show on February 11, 2007. The show is taped in ESPN's HDTV studio facilities in Bristol, Connecticut.

ESPN announced on February 18, 2009 that in addition to its operations in Bristol, the 1 AM ET/10 PM PT edition of SportsCenter will originate from ESPN's new Los Angeles studio beginning in April 2009 and begin broadcasting live five nights a week.

Man, I'm Famous!

I'm The Jonas Brothers and their Fans

A Couple More Things I Made