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For those that believe in Dec 21st doom...Any contingency plans if nothing happens?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1472407:MV8yMDYxNjc1XzM0NjgzMDcxXzhFOTk3Mjc4] ima gonna go to truckin' school. but really, don't hold your breathe for one singular event to happen on that day, it's a culmination of events. it's the end of one era and the beginning of the next. just like the end of one day and the beginning of the next, or the end of one year and the beginning of the next. you don't necessarily think that anything special might happen tomorrow, or next year, but take it all into account over time and you'll see that things do happen. life love death. if you look around at the world today, you can see it happening,,, how much long can things go on 'business as usual'?? how much longer can we destroy the environment? how much longer will our nuclear power plants last? how much longer can we expect to have infinite growth on a finite planet? how much longer until there is world peace? if you don't think that this is a special time, then I don't know what to tell you... just look around. [/quote]
For those that believe in Dec 21st doom...Any contingency plans if nothing happens? In other words, what are you planning on with life after the date?
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