This weekend, the New York Times printed an Op-Ed by Lawrence E. Joseph, positing that powerful electromagnetic pulses from storms on the sun could wipe out our electricity grid for months or even years if we do not equip transformers now with surge suppressors. In his final paragraph, he wrote, "the next period of heavy solar activity will be in late 2012." Ayo! Unless he's truly a Mayan apocalypse enthusiast, Cash Money pop singer Jay Sean likely hasn't read Joseph's latest book, Aftermath: A Guide to Preparing for and Surviving Apocalypse 2012, but it seems like he's not all that concerned with it anyway, considering he would like to pop bottles and go crazy at the end of the world while crooning in a highly amicable voice. It ain't The Road up in here. We're gonna rate Minaj's 2012 preparedness at maybe a six, though, based on general toughness and the fact that she is wearing sunglasses (will protect her from harmful UV rays).
August 16, 2010