|Vicious - 2011-03-07 |
How many apocalypse's have we lived through these past few decades? Five?
Also, a lot of Americans today live their lives as if a complete breakdown of society, law, whatever, is right around the corner, which annoys me to no end. Seemingly rational people are stockpiling mountains of canned goods and guns and ammunition because they truly believe they are going to need them in six months.
your parents are not the only ones living in perpetual end times
a former coworker of mine was young, college educated, gainfully employed in technology, and a hundred percent convinced that America was less than a decade from complete collapse
jangbones, that's half the people on this site.
|BorrowedSolution - 2011-03-07 |
I think we should find out where these people are going to be gathering on Judgement Day, and slip them all sleeping pills at staggered intervals. Then, we'll join in the festivities as they convince themselves that this time it's actually happening.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-03-07 |
Rapture me away oh Lord!!
|simon666 - 2011-03-07 |
There's a guy in town who hands out fliers about this almost everyday with a chalk sign that counts down the days. I've been meaning to ask him if it's May 21st as it begins in Australia, Europe, or the US. Or if the rapture will happen as fast as the earth rotates. I'll let you guys know what I find out.
Ye know not the hour, dog. Could be 4, could be 5.
|Xenocide - 2011-03-07 |
I've been to Gasperilla a number of times. It's like Mardis Gras, but appropriate for kids and families. By which I mean it sucks.
Good news, William Miller: your legacy lives on.
|Mother_Puncher - 2011-03-07 |
This is like the 7th time there has been apocalypse due dates since 2000. It's always the Mayan Calendar, crazy Christians or Ron Paul supporters spamming the shit too.
|pastorofmuppets - 2011-03-07 |
Please please please interview them on the 22nd.
Sadly, unless they do something positive for humanity like jump off a building in the hopes to be raptured away before they hit, they've probably got their "oh, well, I didn't carry the two. 2024 for sure!" story all ready to go.
Michael Travesser. National Geographic channel did a couple of specials on him and they had camera crews there on Halloween of 2007, when he claimed the world would end. Of course it didn't, but that didn't stop him or his followers from believing something major had occurred anyhow.
|Riskbreaker - 2011-03-07 |
You could trick all these people into riding a rocket to the sun, and they will fall for it.
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