How Baltimore celebrities would spend their last day on Earth [Pictures]
What if the Mayans were onto something? What if Friday, Dec. 21, really is The End?
Well, for one thing, it means most of us have some serious planning to do. If Friday will be the last day of life on Earth (at least as we know it), how would you spend it? Would you try that bungee jump you've been putting off all these years? Tell the bosses what you really think of them? Binge on Tastykakes?
We put that very question to a host of area celebs, and got a surprising range of answers. Clearly, they've been giving this some thought.
-- Chris Kaltenbach
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Mark Redfield: Actor, Poe Baltimore vice president( Jed Kirschbaum, Baltimore Sun photo / October 1, 2009 )
"Like most things, because of my crazy schedule as an actor, writer, producer and publisher and the clutch of projects I'm working on, I'll probably forget all about it and do something to make up for it the next day. I'm finishing revisions on a novel about Houdini, so nothing, not even the last day of existence, will wreck my schedule. Only 'the last day of coffee' will wreck my world...so I'll continue to learn, create, love the people in my life and get on with it. Oh, and I'm going to see to it that The Poe House in Baltimore re-opens in 2013. So the big snuff-out just has to get in line and wait."