I just turned 47 years old. This won't be the first (and probably not the last) doomsday I've sen come and go. I can still just barely remember eating the last of the y2k peanutbutter and drinking the last of the y2k water. But now we're having all this crazy weather. Hundreds of birds fall out of the sky dead. Millions of fish wash up on the shore dead. The bees have just disappeared into thin air. Are these signs that this time it's really going to end? Maybe, but if so, what can we do about it? Live until you die. Laugh until you cry.
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Sure sounds like good advice to me,Doc Snow.
Good advice Eugene, and I hope most folks think like you.
A well put and appreciated answer by you SidKemp. Thank you!
yes that's the quote I was trying to think of, that's awesome. Love that quote. The verse from the Bible that you quoted is very good as well, it's what I try to remind myself all the time.
@Larry Wall. Funny you should mention December 13. I just bought some chicken tenders this morning with an expiration date of 12/13. So now we now something will end on that date.:)
Was that a sell by date or a use by date. It is a sell by date, we still have a little more time.
It's actually December 20, the winter solstice. So the chicken will expire! lol
Yes the Mayans made predictions about the time of the years centuries beyond this supposed end time turmoil we seem to be so concerned with. Some people like the excitement and others make money off the weakness of others. Some are too upset about it