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Message Subject DECEMBER 21st only hours away now,,,,What to expect?
Poster Handle Whit3 Rabbit
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you see next year i would have been 50 and retiring with good pension and about two million in lump sum cash. i though if doom were to come late this year, i should be retiring now....

then opportunity came when the new management of my company offered early retirement to our HR department and i thought of somehow applying and my wish being granted. i know they would have let me go. it's just that my wife had a change of heart and mind and cried that i don't retire yet.

you see, the money could've have paid off our debts (or i also thought of holding on to it IN CASE OF AN ECONOMIC RESET ...maybe a part of the money to buy food supplies and survival kits. no! no banks, i'll hold onto the money and hide it real good inside the house. because i thought if doom arrives, there'll be no banks anymore. put money in banks and say goodbye to it if an asteroid drops in from space or a global flood washes everything away.

i already conditioned myself on what to do when i retire --with and without the doom scenario. if no doom, i'm sure not far off that i'll be retiring and maybe next year, too.

what bothers me now is WHAT IF there is going to be doom come december 21, 2012? i'm most afraid of a global flood whether its cause will be ASTEROID, COMET (from the bible code), POLE SHIFT, SUPERMASSIVE ENERGY FROM THE CENTER OF THE MILKY WAY, FIRE FROM THE SKY OR KILLSHOTS OR THE SUN'S CMEs, or what have you.

while the rest of my officiemates plan their christmas holidays with fat bonuses and vacation, here i am worrying of doom and these people don't have the faintest idea of the dangers that may come starting december 21, 2012.

i feel somewhere between this huffy and this verysad.

(sorry i'm just pouring my heart out with all these grief!)
 Quoting: Stu V. StuvWx 1167821

DON'T BE SORRY! I honestly feel bad for you. Having worked hard your whole life just to have it all ripped away from you just as you are about to enjoy the fruits of your work is a real and genuine reason to feel the way you do. The only suggestion I can give is to trust your heart and do what YOU feel is best. After all, it's YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY. Maybe squeeze in a 3 day getaway for you and your wife before the 21st, ya know, just IN CASE. Above all, keep your chin held high. Don't let fear of possible doom control you. Enjoy life and make the most of every moment. Money doesn't make a man happy. Sorry if I sound preachy, I'm just tryin to help.
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