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The Deathwatch

 
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The Deathwatch
Watching for people to cross over into eternity.

Seeing them go down into the grave.

Knowing that it will happen to each of us-even myself.

Our lives are short.

I have been watching since 1974.

We are on the deathwatch.

We are all on it.

Some people, we mourn. Others, we are glad when they go.

Others, like Rockefeller and Soros, we can't figure out how they manage to stay alive when they are so evil.

But, we do the Deathwatch.

We remember.

Last Edited by BunBun on 08/15/2016 01:00 PM
Christard and Lover of God
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thats nice dear
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My family will have a celebration when Barrack Obama goes down to death. We will eat KFC and cake and ice cream because an enemy of our nation has gone down to sheol. We do not celebrate that he is in hades, but we celebrate that he can no longer show his face on this planet.

Most people go down into death and they are completely forgotten by the people still living on this earth. That is the fate of most people. To be utterly forgotten as though they never existed.

We need to determine whose memory we will keep alive to future generations. This is the work of the elders. Who will we teach the children about?
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Hmmm.
Russians are good people.
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thats nice dear
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Gee, you have picked out an interesting occupation for yourself on GLP. I'm on the discussion board for this insane asylum. I hope that you are successful in your career here.
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Hmmm.
 Quoting: Edward Snowden


You have picked an interesting occupation as well. I think that Edward Snowden should be remembered because he gave up his citizenship and his home in order to tell on an evil government that had become enemy to the People.

If you really are Edward Snowden, know that we are watching for you too. You might be remembered fondly. God be with you.
Christard and Lover of God
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We do it here all the time. As soon as someone famous or that we know passes away, people try to be the first one to post it. The deathwatch has been going on for as long as I remember. It must surely be a human pastime.

I remember being a girl in the living room of the trailer and hearing of John Lennon's death. I remember my mother's reaction. I remember hearing of Elvis Presley's death. There moments marked time that things changed. The death of people changes things. This is why we speak of timelines shifting. I don't think it's as purposely noticable, but somehow, we humans know when someone significant has been taken out of the River.

We are flowing down the River of Time. Caught in it'd current, we are being moved constantly down the River with the people around us. When someone is removed from the current, we notice and we feel it.

Humans hardly ever talk about it though. Maybe they are afraid.
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here lately just about every one I see are the walking dead, consuming zombies wanting something for nothing and complaining, it cost to much... DeathWalker's with no money in there pockets until the first of the month...and come the middle of the month the symptoms come around yet again. Sorry, I work to many weekends at a fleamarket.

btw, be happier let evil consume evil....the only person u have to answer for, is you.
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Men fear death, as children fear to go in the dark; and as that natural fear in children is increased with tales, so is the other. ~ Francis Bacon
~If everyone would take responsibility for their actions or lack of, then we could all be free~
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Hmmm.
 Quoting: Edward Snowden


You have picked an interesting occupation as well. I think that Edward Snowden should be remembered because he gave up his citizenship and his home in order to tell on an evil government that had become enemy to the People.

If you really are Edward Snowden, know that we are watching for you too. You might be remembered fondly. God be with you.
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I love Edward Snowden! He is a great hero to me!
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Hmmm.
 Quoting: Edward Snowden


You have picked an interesting occupation as well. I think that Edward Snowden should be remembered because he gave up his citizenship and his home in order to tell on an evil government that had become enemy to the People.

If you really are Edward Snowden, know that we are watching for you too. You might be remembered fondly. God be with you.
 Quoting: BunBun


I love Edward Snowden! He is a great hero to me!
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Me too. He's a Great American Citizen.

Obama can sick a dick.

Some whom we have Deathwatched:

John Lennon-I was in the living room of the trailer when news of his death happened. I remember my mother's reaction.

Elvis Presley-I also remember this being told on the news.

Lady Diana-At the house on Kokomo. That was where we were when we heard of this death.

Gosh, there are so many who have gone down into the grave.

Steve Clark from Def Leppard. I actually knew about his death before I heard it on the radio. I saw him at his Judgment.
Christard and Lover of God
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Oh, Yes, and George Tiller aka Tiller the Killer. I remember the morning that I heard he had been put down. That was a memorable moment.

I'm waiting for Rockefeller and Soros and George Bush Senior at the moment.

When Obama goes, we are having KFC and cake and ice cream to celebrate.

We are also watching for both Clintons, Jimmy Carter, Queen Elizabeth, The Backstreet Boys-whom I cannot stand-(that was a joke), and many others.

Successfully buried:

Michael Jackson
David Bowie
Prince

Everyone in this evil generation is going down into the grave. We just have to wait long enough.
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Watching for people to cross over into eternity.

Seeing them go down into the grave.

Knowing that it will happen to each of us-even myself.

Our lives are short.

I have been watching since 1974.

We are on the deathwatch.

We are all on it.

Some people, we mourn. Others, we are glad when they go.

Others, like Rockefeller and Soros, we can't figure out how they manage to stay alive when they are so evil.

But, we do the Deathwatch.

We remember.
 Quoting: BunBun


It pisses me off. I see people that brought a little bit of light into this shithole and they die at an early age, meanwhile those evil fucks you mentioned will probably live to be 1,000. :eyeroll:
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My family will have a celebration when Barrack Obama goes down to death. We will eat KFC and cake and ice cream because an enemy of our nation has gone down to sheol. We do not celebrate that he is in hades, but we celebrate that he can no longer show his face on this planet.

Most people go down into death and they are completely forgotten by the people still living on this earth. That is the fate of most people. To be utterly forgotten as though they never existed.

We need to determine whose memory we will keep alive to future generations. This is the work of the elders. Who will we teach the children about?
 Quoting: BunBun


Don't you think that's a waste of time? This existence is nothing but a damn whack a mole game. One fucker leaves and 10 more take that person's place, hit one situation and 10 more will pop up in its place. It's shit.
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Oh, Yes, and George Tiller aka Tiller the Killer. I remember the morning that I heard he had been put down. That was a memorable moment.

I'm waiting for Rockefeller and Soros and George Bush Senior at the moment.

When Obama goes, we are having KFC and cake and ice cream to celebrate.

We are also watching for both Clintons, Jimmy Carter, Queen Elizabeth, The Backstreet Boys-whom I cannot stand-(that was a joke), and many others.

Successfully buried:

Michael Jackson
David Bowie
Prince


Everyone in this evil generation is going down into the grave. We just have to wait long enough.
 Quoting: BunBun


So you all celebrated when the above 3 men died that I put in bold? Okay, I can understand people thinking MJ was a pervert but what about the other two? I can't say I was a huge fan of their music, I liked a few of David's songs. I guess I'm just supportive of music because it at least brings me a peaceful feeling when I so desperately need it. Music has been one of the few things in this shithole I've enjoyed.