The time has come to say goodbye to the old year and hello to 2012. It’s been a hard year for everyone and I’m sure you can’t wait to see whether we’re all going to go out in a firestorm at the end of the world when the Mayan calendar finishes its long count. I personally think Godzilla’s going to eat us all on December 20th, 2012, a few days earlier than the end of the world was predicted.
Why do I bring the subject of the end of the world up? I dunno. Why do you ask? This is a tech site.
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I’d like to personally wish every one of you a very happy new year, and hope we don’t get squashed by a meteor the size of Texas. That’s going to put some real scratches on my windows. But seriously… I can’t wait to see what Harold Camping has to say next. Is he going to predict the next God bomb, or is he finally going to admit defeat, rip out his mask, and reveal a lizard face?
Surely enough, it’s been a great year, and an entertaining one at least. It wasn’t as entertaining as the year we all found out that Ted Haggard got fiddly with a masseur, but it had its laughs also. Remember that “Girls Run The World” (*gag*) song by Beyonce? I just found out that it took 6 writers and 4 producers to get that one going. Believe me, I’m surprised as well. How many writers did it take to write “Happy New Year” at The Tech Guy? And you have to admit that this piece is much more entertaining than that hit single that a bunch of tweens with a little too much of a sense of self-entitlement are listening to. Heck, watching a walrus take a dump is more entertaining than that.
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Today, let’s join our glasses and just wish each other a happy new year. That is, after we defeat Godzilla.
Miguel has been working with computers back when the latest processor could print "Hello World" on the screen a couple of times and everyone was going nuts about that. From the days of DOS to the days of 'dows, he's been exploring every minute detail about computers, banging his head against the keyboard until he got it. Now he's blogging about it on his dedicated server until it breaks down, he repairs it, and just keeps on blogging.