Some believe Friday is doomsday

Dec 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Click2Houston

Some believe the world is coming to an end Friday -- on 12/21/12 -- which is when an important phase on the ancient calendar of the Mayan people terminates.

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“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#25 Dec 21, 2012
Pig Benis wrote:
I'm still here!
I am too.LOL..they actually had some schools in Michigan closed today....ha ha.
Pig Benis

Shepherdsville, KY

#26 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>I am too.LOL..they actually had some schools in Michigan closed today....ha ha.
The way the weather was yesterday I was concerned..lol
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#27 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
*I dont think anyone posting here believes the world will end today*....
Did you hear about the man in Japan who sold all of his belongings and spent the money because he thought the world was coming to an end? I wonder what went through his mind when he woke up with the sun shining?

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#28 Dec 21, 2012
Badtothebone wrote:
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Did you hear about the man in Japan who sold all of his belongings and spent the money because he thought the world was coming to an end? I wonder what went through his mind when he woke up with the sun shining?
Like an idiot of the worst kind...0_0
Only God Knows

Noblesville, IN

#29 Dec 21, 2012
Only God knows the day, we don't. we can guess & predict when it might happen,
but only God knows when it will actually happen. And someday........., it will....
Pig Benis

Shepherdsville, KY

#30 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>Like an idiot of the worst kind...0_0

I have a friend in the Netherlands that reported the world didn't end 9 hours in advance of everyone else knowing.
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#31 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>Like an idiot of the worst kind...0_0
You're right and there are a lot of people like this all over the world. It took less than two weeks after hurricane Sandy for people to start turning against one another. We had a gas shortage and people were pulling guns on each other on the gas lines! Sandy was a very bad storm but it was nothing compared to a catastorophy. I shudder to think what would happen then. I went Christmas shopping today and took my gun with me just in case. I'm not supposed to but I'll be damed if I see someone start their BS and not be able to do anything about it. I'll let a jury decide my fate later.
Pig Benis

Shepherdsville, KY

#32 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>Like an idiot of the worst kind...0_0
Friend me on Facebook?
You probably don't remember me but I'll give a hint..
My last name on here is Vamp.

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#33 Dec 21, 2012
Pig Benis wrote:
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Friend me on Facebook?
You probably don't remember me but I'll give a hint..
My last name on here is Vamp.
your vampy..? How can i friend you if i dont know your name,lol.Im FB friends with a couple others off of here..

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#34 Dec 21, 2012
Badtothebone wrote:
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You're right and there are a lot of people like this all over the world. It took less than two weeks after hurricane Sandy for people to start turning against one another. We had a gas shortage and people were pulling guns on each other on the gas lines! Sandy was a very bad storm but it was nothing compared to a catastorophy. I shudder to think what would happen then. I went Christmas shopping today and took my gun with me just in case. I'm not supposed to but I'll be damed if I see someone start their BS and not be able to do anything about it. I'll let a jury decide my fate later.
Dont do anything that you'll regret later.I know about jerks in the stores,but i just play it cool now.Are you up there near where sandy hit?
Dookie With Corn

Oklahoma City, OK

#35 Dec 21, 2012
Has anyone on topix ever met a Mayan?.....and if not then how do we know if their not a buncha bullshiters?
Ask A Mojado

Palm Desert, CA

#36 Dec 21, 2012
Nursingmommys5 wrote:
YES I WILL because nursing has nothing to do with MORONS who beleive all the END OF TIMES CRAP.
Nursing is about providing for your children. As long as I care ofr mine don't worry your self over it. Go back to snorting your STUPID DUST
At least your not like the mexicoon Viejas and chavalas who live in the county called " Canta Ranitas " they have been rubbing tub cheese with a mixture of local herbs i.e. " yerbas buenas " on their droopy coolos and saggy tits since Thursday in a belief that the mayan doomsday will help them with their saggy coolos and tits....
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#37 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>Dont do anything that you'll regret later.I know about jerks in the stores,but i just play it cool now.Are you up there near where sandy hit?
I'm not concerned about the jerks in the stores, I'm more concerned about the jerks who decide to kill dozens of people in a crowded mall or store that I happen to be in. Did you hear about the guy in Pennsylvania today who shot and killed three people on a rural road as if it were target practice? The troopers got him but this is the type of person I'm talking about because there seems to be a lot of this going on now.

I was right in the middle of Sandy but I was fortunate and only lost power for 5 days. Down the street from me where people are closer to the water, they took a beating with the flood surge. My entire neighborhood was told to evacuate but I stayed. I would get up during the night to see if water was coming down the road and I was nervous about trees crashing into the house. I bought a generator during the summer so I was lucky to have power and heat. We had help come in from down south and the mid west to fix the downed power lines and they couldn't believe the hodge podge system we have here on Long Island with the telephone poles. LIPA has to get their act together and start putting lines underground. Are power lines buried underground where you are?

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#38 Dec 21, 2012
Badtothebone wrote:
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I'm not concerned about the jerks in the stores, I'm more concerned about the jerks who decide to kill dozens of people in a crowded mall or store that I happen to be in. Did you hear about the guy in Pennsylvania today who shot and killed three people on a rural road as if it were target practice? The troopers got him but this is the type of person I'm talking about because there seems to be a lot of this going on now.
I was right in the middle of Sandy but I was fortunate and only lost power for 5 days. Down the street from me where people are closer to the water, they took a beating with the flood surge. My entire neighborhood was told to evacuate but I stayed. I would get up during the night to see if water was coming down the road and I was nervous about trees crashing into the house. I bought a generator during the summer so I was lucky to have power and heat. We had help come in from down south and the mid west to fix the downed power lines and they couldn't believe the hodge podge system we have here on Long Island with the telephone poles. LIPA has to get their act together and start putting lines underground. Are power lines buried underground where you are?
In the older neighborhoods where i live,the power lines are not buried,but in the newer neighborhoods they are.Me and my hubby lived in the Poconos a few years ago,near I-8O.I havent heard yet about that incident but i hear ya,sometimes you gotta do what ya gotta do.They want to bury more lines around the older neighborhoods,but the cost would be astronomical..

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#39 Dec 21, 2012
Badtothebone wrote:
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I'm not concerned about the jerks in the stores, I'm more concerned about the jerks who decide to kill dozens of people in a crowded mall or store that I happen to be in. Did you hear about the guy in Pennsylvania today who shot and killed three people on a rural road as if it were target practice? The troopers got him but this is the type of person I'm talking about because there seems to be a lot of this going on now.
I was right in the middle of Sandy but I was fortunate and only lost power for 5 days. Down the street from me where people are closer to the water, they took a beating with the flood surge. My entire neighborhood was told to evacuate but I stayed. I would get up during the night to see if water was coming down the road and I was nervous about trees crashing into the house. I bought a generator during the summer so I was lucky to have power and heat. We had help come in from down south and the mid west to fix the downed power lines and they couldn't believe the hodge podge system we have here on Long Island with the telephone poles. LIPA has to get their act together and start putting lines underground. Are power lines buried underground where you are?
I just read about the shooting in PA.I swear,your not safe anywhere,and thank god no state troopers were killed.
Revelations

United States

#40 Dec 21, 2012
_princess1_ wrote:
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Thought the same rev.....
lol, her response....wow, ok ill buy that for a dollar!
Revelations

United States

#41 Dec 21, 2012
Some guy was supposed to jump off a cliff today at 11:11am to sacrifice himself to save the world, wonder if he did it? And if he did....it worked! So many lives wasted and ruined because of one day. Thats why the bible wants you to stay smary,live your life accordingly and just be ready. No sense in date setting, its very dangerous...the new date is april 2029 then 2036, wonder the third?
Shane

Dubbo, Australia

#42 Dec 21, 2012
It's a pity more of the fruitcakes didn't jump off a cliff. The gene pool needs a bit a chlorine every now and then.
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#43 Dec 21, 2012
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>In the older neighborhoods where i live,the power lines are not buried,but in the newer neighborhoods they are.Me and my hubby lived in the Poconos a few years ago,near I-8O.I havent heard yet about that incident but i hear ya,sometimes you gotta do what ya gotta do.They want to bury more lines around the older neighborhoods,but the cost would be astronomical..
Here is the article of the shooting:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/21/4-dead-i...

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