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Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/23/2007 01:26 PM
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Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
'fess up, it's good for your soul.
Abbadon

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12/23/2007 01:27 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
who pissed in your head? stop making useless posts
And I said, "What is this, the burning bush? For God's sake, I'm not Moses."

And the Voice said to me: "And I'm not God. What has that got to do with it?"
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12/23/2007 01:29 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
No more useless than the zillion posts warning about Dec. 23.
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12/23/2007 01:30 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
ITS NOT OVER YET!!!
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12/23/2007 01:30 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
not for a minute.
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12/23/2007 01:31 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
I, I, I, I BELIEVE!
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12/23/2007 01:34 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
I believe it was all MJ's doing.
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12/23/2007 01:38 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
See, now, that's the whole problem, OP. People like you don't believe. If enough people believe, we'll be doomin and zoomin. We'll be ascending or descending. Getting high or going down. You're to blame, OP. You took everyone's fun away. Thanks for nothing.

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12/06/2012 09:27 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
pretty sure it's 12/21
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12/06/2012 09:35 PM
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
'fess up, it's good for your soul.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16956


NOBODY at GLP beleives that utter and total BULLSHIT that the world ends or doom happens on the 23rd.

Whoever came up with this crap should be HUNG..its total GARBAGE desiged to cause FEAR and PANIC..

And besides..we ALL know the REAL date of doom is actually the 21st...the whole 23rd thing has been disinfo panic mongering.
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i will end you
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Re: Which of you 'tards actually believed the Dec. 23 nonsense?
pretty sure it's 12/21
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27074012


Both dates are used.. My Dell Horoscope mag uses the December 23rd, And here is a explanation from Great dreams .com

The canonical dates (according to Ehran the Scribe) on the ends of the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth worlds are August 12, 3113 BCE (the fall of Atlantis), December 24, 2011 CE (the appearance of Ryumyo), and April 4, 7137 CE. This gives 5123-5125 years per mana cycle [1,871,270 days for the Fifth World’s duration, and 1,871,969 for the Sixth World’s]. The Mayan Long Count suggests 1.872M days, or 5125.36 years. It also seems that Ehran’s dates are a year late (0.0.0.0.0 should be August 11 or 12, 3114 BCE— the astronomical year –3113) and a year early (13.0.0.0.0 corresponds to December 21 or 23, 2012).

[link to www.greatdreams.com]

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