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So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?

 
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So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Any idea?


Why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching:


[link to i48.tinypic.com]




Homer was watching a video in the iPad of the prepper, about "the signs of doom", and THIS appeared as one of the "signs" of doom:

[link to i48.tinypic.com]




Why?


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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
can you explain?
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any ideas?
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Staten Island Museum Gets Ready for 17 Year Return of Cicadas


ST. GEORGE — This spring, cicadas will make their 17-year return visit to Staten Island, and a local museum will welcome them back with an exhibit.

The Staten Island Museum will host the “They’re Baaack! Return of the 17-year Cicadas” exhibit in February to mark the arrival of the cyclical bugs, properly called genus magicicada, said Diane Matyas, director of programs for the museum.

The exhibit will take a humorous look at the life cycle of the cicadas, and shed light on some questions residents may have about the insects, such as why do show up every 17 years, and if they’re as dangerous as they look and sound.

“Everything's sort of couched with a sense of humor,” Matyas said. “It’s OK to be scared, but not too scared.”

Staten Island has the largest population of cyclical cicadas in the city, Matyas said. The red-eyed insects stay underground from birth until they are 17, then come to the surface to mate.

“They come up to have sex and to die and to eat a little bit,” she said. “These are all teenagers that are coming back up to frolic.”

Cicadas are the loudest bug of the spring season, Matyas said, and are known for the synchronized “song” they use to attract a mate.

The museum has the second largest collection of cicadas in the world, which will be displayed on walls throughout the exhibit, Matyas said.

The museum will also feature trailers of famous movies that show insects, a Google Map of where the cicadas are emerging, lessons on how to pin cicadas and make them out of origami, and original art on the bugs from local artists.

“They have to be Staten Islanders,” Matyas said. “They have to be from the earth, just like the cicada are.”

Also on display will be a comic from a local artist introducing the bugs, their life cycle, and previous appearances on Staten Island, including a “disco cicada” from their visit in the 1970s.

The museum has also released a "cicada song" and has asked residents who have cicada merchandise — from T-shirts marking their last appearance in 1996, to earrings, glass plates and more — to lend to their collection.

“We need more, lots more,” Matyas said.

The exhibit, which runs every time the cicadas come above ground, has previously attracted visitors from Japan and other Asian countries, who view the insect as a symbol of rebirth and the cycle of life, Matyas said.

Aside from the whimsical exhibit, the arrival of the cicadas will also add more of the insects to the museum’s collection for research purposes.

The exhibit will open to the public on Feb. 16, 2013, and will run for at least a year, Matyas said.


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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
So OP you are saying that there will be a false flag in the USA, involving some sort of cicadas plague, like in Egypt???

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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Sounds like someones playing a plagues of Egypt skit on you.
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
So OP you are saying that there will be a false flag in the USA, involving some sort of cicadas plague, like in Egypt???
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No.

That was just a way to mark THE DATE.


February 16
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
No wonder that IN THE SAME EPISODE we had the following dialogue between two preppers:


"- We now know that the collapse is 3 months away"


and the other prepper says:


"- Six weeks at most!"




The episode was aired on Sunday, January 6, 2013.

Six weeks after that, is Sunday, February 17, 2013.



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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
By the way, the same episode ends with an asteroid scene.

That asteroid is predicted to fly by Earth on February 15, 2013.
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
but this time when they come up, they'll be mutated

damned
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
but this time when they come up, they'll be mutated

damned
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the problem are not the cicadas.

that's just a way to mark the date
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
'quassataeque ovum'
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
By the way, the same episode ends with an asteroid scene.

That asteroid is predicted to fly by Earth on February 15, 2013.
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Tiny Pic is down.

It's down, so nobody can see the picture...
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
If it's in the Simpsons, it has to be true?
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
If it's in the Simpsons, it has to be true?
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It's proving to be true, right before your eyes, moran.
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Tiny Pic is down.

It's down, so nobody can see the picture...
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Fortunately, imgur is not down:


[link to i.imgur.com]




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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
Dies Irae, Dies Illa
Solvet Saeclum in Favilla
Teste David cum Sybilla
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
hmmm
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
If it's in the Simpsons, it has to be true?
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It's proving to be true, right before your eyes, moran.
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It doesn't prove anything.

The word 'collapse' is a highly generalized term.

And do you see the world completely collapsed?

If so, when exactly and what date this occur?
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Dies Irae, Dies Illa
Solvet Saeclum in Favilla
Teste David cum Sybilla

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one more riddle for ME to solve?

why me?

I'm getting tired of this...

It's always me...

All me, all me...
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?

[link to i.imgur.com]

[link to i.imgur.com]

[link to i.imgur.com]

[link to i.imgur.com]

[link to i.imgur.com]

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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
....interesting
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
cicadac backwards is SADACIC
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Re: So, why in the last episode of the Simpsons, THIS appeared in the "doom video" that Homer was watching?
no cicadas yet...

but by the end of April....


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