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HOW can you possibly believe in December 21, 2012 when there is no SHED of proof of anything happening on that day...
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 18713240:MV8yMDYyMTA3XzM0NjkwNjY4XzIxOUE0MThF] I tend to agree with you. I think 12/21/12 is going to be just another boring day with not even the slightest bit of doom. If something was going to happen we'd already be seeing a very significant uptick in natural disasters like eqs - but instead barely anything is going on. Even on the war front, things have calmed down everywhere. So I expect 12/21/12 is going to a seriously disappointing day for those who were wishing for doom. [/quote]
Seriously, how can you believe in it because there is ultimately NO PROOF of ANYTHING on this day.
I don't give a fuck about the Mayans and what they "predicted". There is just NO way on EARTH that any human being on this planet, even the "great" Jesus can predict such a date.
How the fuck were these tards able to predict something happening on that day, yet with ALL of our technology and only a month away, we still can't see anything.
Come on folks, grow up. There is absolutely NOT A SINGLE SHRED OF SCIENTIFIC proof that anything significant is happening that day.
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