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realclearworld

Repent ye sinners! The end of the world is nigh!

Is this thing on? Check. Check. One, two, three. Check. Check. It's one minute past 11:12 UTC (06:12 EST).  Is everyone okay? Are we all still here? Good.

So now that we've settled that moronic nonsense, here's a little music to soothe your post-Mayan Apocalypse elation (or disappointment):

One of my all-time favorite songs performed by my all-time favorite saxophonist, Stan Getz with his flawless and perfect tone...

(Stan Getz, tenor saxophone; Gary Burton, vibraphone; Gene Cherico, bass; and Joe Hunt, drums. Recorded on March 4, 1964 at the Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.)

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