2012: The end of the world again?
Doomsday has been predicted many times before, yet such predictions have failed to materialize so far. Here's a look at some of history's most notorious Chicken Littles.
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On your last day you should eat that whole pound of bacon you have always wanted to eat in one sitting and throw out that cheap crap Milwaukees Best beer you been buying and get some good Michelob beer for the occasion. I mean..who wants to get caught drinking skunk beer in there last moments?
Since this was a mayan calendar, I strongly suspect that the end for mayans is near, for the rest of us, not so much.
Now if I am wrong on this, and the world is going to end, why are you stashing all that stuff to survive?
The world will end on March 14, 2651. Try to act surprised.
The biggest problem about predicting the end of the world is that, if you are right, there is no one around to say "I told you so" to. That takes all the fun out of it.
Keep predicting though, eventually someone will get it right.
The world ends when Jesus comes so when HE appears that is when it will end and no one knows that but God.....so buzzzzzzzzz offffffffff with this end of the world stuff........it freaks people out and bad things could happen so end itttttttttt........
Whether it's today - tomorrow or 200 years.
Everyone will die sometime ................
Everyone needs Jesus if they want Eternal Life In HEAVEN !
It is only through Christ Dying on the Cross for Forgiveness of sin and each persons acceptance of Him and repentance of their sin will they enter in.
It is Because of GODs Love For You He sent His Son to become a Sacrifice to Him which is Holy and Acceptable.
Every person Must Be Born again - Spriritually Reborn Through Chhrist redemptive Blood.
I'll bet it was the swimsuit edition that never was completed, yep yep yep....
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