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(Billings Gazette)   Even though the Mayan Apocalypse has come and gone, the Yellowstone supervolcano is still gurgling away just beneath the earth's crust   ( ) divider line
    More: Scary, Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, Yellowstone, Yellowstone Supervolcano, end times, U.S. Geological Survey  
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2012-12-23 10:10:17 PM  

Deep Contact: we will have to survive in darkness and cold.

In other words it will be just like being married to my first wife again?
2012-12-24 12:03:48 AM  

Saborlas: FFS, can we stop with the Doomsday crap for one freaking day?

And give people time to reconsider their clinging to theological fictions in hope of avoiding immediate death, and by implication, spiritual judgement?

HELL, no.
2012-12-24 12:11:46 AM
2012-12-24 02:13:00 AM  
Or better yet, we invite them all to a Doomsdayer Prediction Failure Convention. Get them all in a big room and bomb it.

You know what their last words would be? "I told you so."
2012-12-24 02:16:51 AM  
Stupid people always need something to be afraid of. It's really sad.

I'm afraid you're right. Oh, wait....
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