HAPPY DAY AFTER MAYAN CALENDAR DAY....

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aaronbocknek
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HAPPY DAY AFTER MAYAN CALENDAR DAY....

Post by aaronbocknek »

whew...... dodged that bullet. now, where is that asteroid that everyone is talking about? :shock:
here is to a very happy new year to you all, and, may 2013 be good to us all.
aaron, maccabee and phil, the crew of the ENTERPRISE
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Happy Day After The End Of The World! This is the sixth time in my lifetime I've been disappointed. :lol: Anyone remember back in the 1980s when all of the planets aligned and the earth was suppossed to be torn apart? At the very least they said the tides would swamp the coastal cities. I think the tides were about 1 foot higher than normal IIRC.
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The Dog House wrote:Happy Day After The End Of The World! This is the sixth time in my lifetime I've been disappointed. :lol: Anyone remember back in the 1980s when all of the planets aligned and the earth was suppossed to be torn apart? At the very least they said the tides would swamp the coastal cities. I think the tides were about 1 foot higher than normal IIRC.
I remember that. I'll never forget it because we were at a church service at the time, and right in the middle of service, all the power went off :shock: You can imagine what went through everyone's mind those first few seconds. What struck me was the rush to the doors. Why? I thought, even if it was the end. After the crowd had settled outside, I got up, went out also, only to have all the lights in the area come back on. Still wonder if it was a power worker's idea of a practical joke. Got us going though. Somewhere, somebody is telling thier kids the joke they pulled on a few thousand people that night.
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Post by MattSC »

Or what I heard on the radio the other day, almost drove off the road into a ditch. The time will come when the person carrying the "A" virus will come into contact with the person carrying the "B" virus, the zombies will then come to end the world

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