According to some hub writer about three weeks ago, May 21, 2011 the world is supposedly to come to an end and we are all going to die. Should we all today bend over and kiss our a$$es good bye incase there is no tomorrow?
I for one believe that the person whoever it was that started the rumor needs to see a shrink but who am I to judge? I'll see all of my Hub pals May 22,2011.
LOL, I'm having a kick-ass party tonight to celebrate the "End of the World" with a DJ, and strippers, and all kinds of booze and I've invited just about the whole town to be there. I gave my employees the day off and I fully expect everybody to party-down till the sun comes up.
I just heard about this one. They should be coming out of the woodwork until...doomsday, whenever the hell that is. They've been standing on hilltops since Lincoln was a young feller. Waiting, praying. When everone stops looking, just when you think the hostiles aren't there, then ...BLAM!!! That's when you accidently ride into the middle of the biggest danged camp of Angels at God's version of the Little Big Horn. Americans get a front row seat! Ya'll should feel down right privileged.
2012 is the Mayan calendar. The date is 12/21/2012. So another end of the world date. Maybe it's just the end of the calendar.
All those of us who aren't raptured up into heaven tomorrow will have to sit around and suffer through horrible catastrophic events until the final end which will be 12/21/2012. I'll have to have one hell of a Christmas party next year.
((The founder of Family Radio in Oakland - heard in 48 different languages around the globe - is behind the worldwide, multimillion dollar campaign letting people know that judgment day is coming on May 21, 2011.
That's right, Saturday.
89-year-old Harold Camping says that his 50-year study of the Bible is behind the claim.
So what's the end of the world look like?
"There's going to be a big earthquake that will make the one in Japan seem like a Sunday School picnic," Camping told KPIX's Mike Sugerman.
This isn't Camping's first prediction of the end. Back in 1994, Camping warned that doomsday would strike.
When nothing happened, he pronounced it an error in his math, but this time he says it'll be different.
"This day, May 21, 2011, is extremely important, as it will also be the first day of judgement, a time of horrible death and destruction, for all those left behind," Camping said.
There will be a five-month period for non-believers to get on board, he continued, because the real end of the world is set for October 21, 2011.
Please make sure to let us, in the Northern Hemisphere (Eastern Daylight Savings Time) know if you see anything awful starting to happen (or if you see any corpses flying through the air, or anything like that). (I guess - what - the HubPages offices will be the last/next to the last to go? )
All appears calm here (and even in California and Canada too). I think, now that I know all seems fine in Australia, it will be safe for me to get a few hours sleep. (I wanted to be awake in case any thieves in the night showed up in New England. So far, nothing. )
I wonder.................. How are his followers going to survive the next 5 months? He has all their money, they have quit jobs, left school, sold their homes and cars, so I would assume living on the street will be their lot.
Any Lawyers in the house who would like to go after their money?
Dave, I`m sure you`re aware of what Jesus said about predictions. You as well as I, have no knowledge of Jesus return. He even stated , not to run to the field as someone said , He is here.This predicted event came from the Mayan calander, as I recall. Now it has been proposed that the Christian community asserted it. How often do these proclimations become attributed to the Christians without any real verification? I only laugh and read the excuses for mis-approiations of the SO CALLED DATES.
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