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(UPI)   1,000 doomsday cult members arrested. C'mon, it's not like it's the end of the world or anything   ( upi.com) divider line
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2012-12-20 10:02:49 PM  
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Psycat: Mugato: Nonononono. I had to hear about this Mayan shiat for way too long. Tomorrow. Period.

I'm tired of it too, but you and I know that, deep down, the Doomsday cultists will never admit they're wrong. They'll just do a Harold Camping and declare that they forgot to carry the 3 when they did their calculations and come up with another alternative date. *sigh* Just another reason that a powerful sterility drug should be put in the Kool Aid...

/no, the world ends on july 5th, 1998 according to the one true religion
//and that religion is the church of the subgenius ( www.subgenius.com )
///and that's july 5th, 1998 on the real calendar, not the conspiracy calendar
////and since the world hasn't ended, it can't be july 5th, 1998 yet
//so there

Bah, they are all idiots anyway. In 1884, Meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1day and ignored the other 3 days.The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today.
2012-12-20 08:21:54 PM  
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...or maybe central. Yeah, the Mayans are on central time. I think.
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