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ThunderThighs


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Happy New Year




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crzyjournalist03


quality posts: 1 Private Messages crzyjournalist03

This shirt is so last year...

readymade


quality posts: 19 Private Messages readymade

I'm thinking about buying one of these for my Mayan friend but he's still a bit touchy about the world not ending.

I got something better than luck.

BabyBear


quality posts: 18 Private Messages BabyBear

Good thing we are rid of that superstitious Mayan mumbo-jumbo of '12 and it onward to '13.. oh... ummm.. yeah, Happy 2013!

bluejester


quality posts: 557 Private Messages bluejester

Too soon Woot, too soon...or is it?

icthulhu


quality posts: 6 Private Messages icthulhu
ThunderThighs wrote:Happy New Year



Happy New Year, TT -- you're the bright sparkle in all the late-night Woot threads......by which I mean, don't you ever sleep? ;)

ThunderThighs


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icthulhu wrote:Happy New Year, TT -- you're the bright sparkle in all the late-night Woot threads......by which I mean, don't you ever sleep? ;)



Happy 2013, icthulhu. I hope the year is wonderful for you and yours.

And yes I sleep, during the day.



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lonelypond


quality posts: 409 Private Messages lonelypond

Adorable + colorful but aren't we bigger than gloating about scoring a point over someone else's misinterpretation of Mayan math. Or do we have to be Jupiter sized for that ; )

Happy New Year, folks.

bpr2


quality posts: 181 Private Messages bpr2
lonelypond wrote:Adorable + colorful but aren't we bigger than gloating about scoring a point over someone else's misinterpretation of Mayan math. Or do we have to be Pluto sized for that ; )

Happy New Year, folks.



that was fun while it lasted!

Shuaka


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Shuaka

I want this shirt without the text. The Earth and Moon image is really cool, but I feel the mayan thing is gonna be way dated in just a few months.

bpr2


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Shuaka wrote:I want this shirt without the text. The Earth and Moon image is really cool, but I feel the mayan thing is gonna be way dated in just a few months.



In fact, it's 10 days dated.

that was fun while it lasted!

miken927


quality posts: 122 Private Messages miken927

The moon is wearing a party hat!


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logicape


quality posts: 3 Private Messages logicape
Shuaka wrote:I want this shirt without the text. The Earth and Moon image is really cool, but I feel the mayan thing is gonna be way dated in just a few months.



It was actually dated years ago, as soon as it gained notoriety and was entirely debunked.

heylight


quality posts: 0 Private Messages heylight
logicape wrote:It was actually dated years ago, as soon as it gained notoriety and was entirely debunked.



Yeah, I gotta admit, this shirt just displays huge ignorance about what the Mayan calendar meant. The Mayans never said the world was going to end, ever. I don't really understand the point of making a jab at currently living people who didn't predict anything even LIKE that, lol. I'm an anthropologist (and 1/4th Mayan!) so this kind of thing is always doubly irritating to me.

sinsemilla


quality posts: 6 Private Messages sinsemilla

This shirt sucks for two reasons. The moon is orbiting the wrong direction, and the whole Mayan calendar craze was totally ignorant.

mrgrogg


quality posts: 10 Private Messages mrgrogg

I would have bought this shirt if it had been available in time to get it for 12/21. As it was, I had to settle for a Monty Python "I'm Not Dead Yet" shirt to wear that day. Only one person commented on it, and that was to inform me that she'd heard there'd been a miscalculation and that the REAL apocalypse would be December 21st... THREE thousand twelve. Uh, yeah.

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Nzen


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Nzen

Maybe if it said "Earth 4 billion - 0 Apocalypse".

jrs1980


quality posts: 28 Private Messages jrs1980

Curious as to if this shirt was designed before or after the 21st. Did Spirit decide to test fate or was this celebratory?

Pardon me, would you have any bags of crap?

tbq


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tbq
lonelypond wrote:...aren't we bigger than gloating about scoring a point over someone else's misinterpretation of Mayan math.



No, we're not.

mfheadcase


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mfheadcase
heylight wrote:Yeah, I gotta admit, this shirt just displays huge ignorance about what the Mayan calendar meant. The Mayans never said the world was going to end, ever. I don't really understand the point of making a jab at currently living people who didn't predict anything even LIKE that, lol. I'm an anthropologist (and 1/4th Mayan!) so this kind of thing is always doubly irritating to me.




Thank you. The "Mayan Apocalypse" was entirely a mix of newagey and religious, mostly white people. who either wanted something to panic over, or to make other people panic and buy survival gear.

Same as all the other 70+ apocalypses that passed unbeventfully since i was born 42 years ago.

And all the ones before, and all the ones that haven't missed yet.

bolis


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mfheadcase wrote:Thank you. The "Mayan Apocalypse" was entirely a mix of newagey and religious, mostly white people. who either wanted something to panic over, or to make other people panic and buy survival gear.

Same as all the other 70+ apocalypses that passed unbeventfully since i was born 42 years ago.

And all the ones before, and all the ones that haven't missed yet.



I think the shirt represents how one felt as we did the first time we heard the earth was going to end and we woke up the next day and it was still here. Granted I'm a few years older than you and the first time the world was going to end I didn't do my homework and had to explain that to my teacher the next day. Come on if the world was really going to end why would I spend my last few hours doing homework. (:

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 210 Private Messages Spiritgreen

Happy New Year, earthlings! 2012 is gone and it didn't take us with it. Let's try to keep our streak going. :^)

(See a BIG VERSION here)

woottoady


quality posts: 33 Private Messages woottoady

Truth: We'll see this one in the next "random shirt" shipment.

iamwiz82


quality posts: 3 Private Messages iamwiz82

I'm going to be going to the Yucatan this month and will be visiting some of the ruins, I feel like I need to wear this shirt.

sigifreud


quality posts: 0 Private Messages sigifreud
mfheadcase wrote:Thank you. The "Mayan Apocalypse" was entirely a mix of newagey and religious, mostly white people. who either wanted something to panic over, or to make other people panic and buy survival gear.

Same as all the other 70+ apocalypses that passed unbeventfully since i was born 42 years ago.

And all the ones before, and all the ones that haven't missed yet.



Shouldn't that be "Apocalopi"? (insert emoticon here which I have no idea how to do)

purplefeather


quality posts: 8 Private Messages purplefeather

When I first heard of the Mayan prediction, it was worded as "the end of time" which could be interpreted as "the end of the current calendar."

Now we'll never know because the Spanish just had to come wipe them all out. Thanks a lot, Spain. :P

Reclaimer456


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Reclaimer456

This shirt had a shelf life of one day and you are selling it over a week after that day. That's pretty bad.

sunaness


quality posts: 19 Private Messages sunaness
Shuaka wrote:I want this shirt without the text. The Earth and Moon image is really cool, but I feel the mayan thing is gonna be way dated in just a few months.



This was exactly my thought!

Linkums


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Linkums

"Mayan" is the language spoken by the Maya. "Maya" is the adjectival form of things relating to the Maya people or the noun identifying the people themselves. Therefore, I declare this shirt a mistake.
Maybe. It's pretty confusing. ^_^;;
Source: http://www.osea-cite.org/program/maya_or_mayans.php

odysseyroc


quality posts: 32 Private Messages odysseyroc
purplefeather wrote:When I first heard of the Mayan prediction, it was worded as "the end of time" which could be interpreted as "the end of the current calendar."

Now we'll never know because the Spanish just had to come wipe them all out. Thanks a lot, Spain. :P



Aren't there still Maya living in Mexico and Guatemala?





isavino


quality posts: 0 Private Messages isavino
Shuaka wrote:I want this shirt without the text. The Earth and Moon image is really cool, but I feel the mayan thing is gonna be way dated in just a few months.



I agree. It seems like the past like 100 shirts have been all text shirts, which makes them much less witty. The best part about woot shirts is that they make people have to think before they get the reference.

DaleCoop14


quality posts: 0 Private Messages DaleCoop14

This is an ignorant and idiQtic contribution to pop art. Did you know Mayas are real people? A significant portion of them live in poverty and work the land. And there were approximately ZERO Mayans (past or present) that thought the world was going to end, let alone were rooting for it.

To suggest that the Earth is winning some competition against the Mayans is racist and just plain stupid.

ugrasse2


quality posts: 6 Private Messages ugrasse2

Wear this shirt: To tell the world you don't know the difference between "Maya" and "Mayans", and to advertise that you were too lazy to even read the wikipedia article on the calendar roll-over and/or have the reading comprehension of a 2nd grader.

wisetara


quality posts: 2 Private Messages wisetara
heylight wrote:Yeah, I gotta admit, this shirt just displays huge ignorance about what the Mayan calendar meant. The Mayans never said the world was going to end, ever. I don't really understand the point of making a jab at currently living people who didn't predict anything even LIKE that, lol. I'm an anthropologist (and 1/4th Mayan!) so this kind of thing is always doubly irritating to me.



The Maya. Your people are the Maya, not the Mayans. And that's also why I'm not getting this shirt. I'm okay with fun inaccuracies about the world ending, but the Mayan people are called the Maya. Not the Mayans.

davidgullett


quality posts: 0 Private Messages davidgullett

No such thing as "Mayans". It's "Maya".

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5

I guess I'm the only one singing the GLaDOS song?

move along

avengerofpi


quality posts: 3 Private Messages avengerofpi

Leave it to Woot! to find a way to make money off the world still being here. I hate our commercialism-driven society.

But still, it is a cool shirt...

computermd82


quality posts: 31 Private Messages computermd82
j5 wrote:I guess I'm the only one singing the GLaDOS song?



It did cross my mind actually. +1!

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