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Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death

 
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Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
On Sunday's new episode of the Simpsons - Valentine's Day episode 499, at 18 minutes Lisa asks Grandpa Simpson to take her on a romantic voyage and he says he doesn't know if he's free and checks his calendar. Every other day says "waiting to die". Then the week of March 2nd every day says waiting to die and Friday March 2nd obviously says die. Coincidence or are they messing with you? Because, February 6th Clif says your last 26 days of life which is March 2nd. Then February 12th the show airs.
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
nah
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Interesting, thanks. The $9 11 reference is too freaky for me to write this off
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
i'll just leave this here... [link to www.theloraxmovie.com]
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
putinif it didn't say march 2nd, it would of said some other date!
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
It's also the birthday of Desi Arnaz, Lou Reed, Karen Carpenter, Jon Bon Jovi, and Ben Roethlisberger.
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i'll just leave this here... [link to www.theloraxmovie.com]
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I remember the original being very depressing. Seuss was poking at capitalism while hugging the tree. There must be something in those green eggs.
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
:megabullshit:

Thread: List of false prophets and failed predictions.
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
Should I be dead then? go with what wally said. totally true.
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
On Sunday's new episode of the Simpsons - Valentine's Day episode 499, at 18 minutes Lisa asks Grandpa Simpson to take her on a romantic voyage and he says he doesn't know if he's free and checks his calendar. Every other day says "waiting to die". Then the week of March 2nd every day says waiting to die and Friday March 2nd obviously says die. Coincidence or are they messing with you? Because, February 6th Clif says your last 26 days of life which is March 2nd. Then February 12th the show airs.
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One should not come to any definite conclusions without analysing South Park for hidden message content also.
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Re: Simpsons recent episode alludes to March 2 day of death
after todays weather, many have

pray for the survivors/families

did they know?

dr