As the ancient Chinese saying goes, "May you live in interesting times." This has certainly been one of the more interesting years that I, and most of the rest of us, have ever experienced.
What was the most bizarre, unbelievable, incomprehensive thing that happened in the year which will no longer be spoken of?
Some might say that it was Jetpack Guy buzzing planes around LAX. Others might argue that Mystery Seeds from China is the story. No one can quite explain the morbid fascination with Tiger King. There was the Megxit. Murder Hornets briefly terrorized us until we all went into collective isolation. There was a silver monolith in a desert in Utah. Until there wasn't.
BTW - I still say that "Murder Hornets" would be an excellent heavy metal band name. And if they can get "Chinese Mystery Seeds" to open for them I would camp out overnight to buy tickets!
Japan and China have brought back rocks and dust from an asteroid and the moon. A giant star has completely disappeared from the cosmos and now we have the United States Space Force with it's Guardians.
Crazy as all get out.
But I'm going with the fact that the United States military released videos and actually admitted that their pilots saw UFO's first hand. Saw them, recorded them, can't explain them. Really weird stuff that in normal times would have been met with numerous reactions including hysteria, accusations, denials, affirmations, disbelief, etc.
But in 2020? It was more like - yeah, whatever. Ho-hum.
What other oddness can you think of that happened the Year of the Multiple Disasters?