The Day After The Mayan Calendar Editorial Cartoon and end of the world jokes

“While the end of the Mayan calendar may not signal the end of the world today, it is the end of the usefulness of yet another ancient art relic, whose copyright and trademark can no longer be enforced in a long-since-extinct Mayan court of law.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 end of the world jokes
10. Many of the people who believe the world is ending today along with the end of the Mayan calendar are gathered together in large groups just to watch it happen. That makes me think “Why are they so boring and not doing something extreme and fun?”
9. If the world had ended today, it would have explained why for some days on the public calendar on the website of the French President, Francois Hollande, had nothing scheduled for the visible future dates.
8. If according to the Mayan Calendar, the world was to end today, why are environmentalists still kvetching?
7. Whether it happens with the end of the Mayan calendar or at another time, the people who will survive the end of the world the longest are most likely to be the astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
6. If the world is ending today, why does anyone care about solving the debt?
5. Whenever the end of the world happens, it will leave drunk flying space aliens confused when they show up and there’s no planet here full of sci-fi-curious people to greet them.
4. So the end of the Mayan calendar, the end of the world is just before Christmas of 2012. That’s not very Christian of them, is it?
3. If the world did not end on December 21st, 2012 as some have predicted, don’t blame the Mayan calendar. Blame the scientists who can’t tell a strange mask drawing from a calendar to save their googley eyes.
2. Last song played by Mayan calendar followers:  It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.
… and the #1 end of the world joke is:
1. Three words: It’s over. Psyche!
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.
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