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Did You Survive the Imaginary December 21, 2012, Apocalypse?

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According to a handful of dolts, we're all supposed to be dead right now, based on some theory about calendars made by a guy who we'll guess was high on hallucinogenic drugs at the time.

Nobody really said what time the world was supposed to end today, but it's already Saturday in some parts of the world, so we'll count your current survival of the apocalypse thing official.

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So, please indicate below whether you have survived the 2012 apocalypse:

If you need a more thorough explanation of why you're not dead right now, please consult NASA.

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