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Hey, We’re still here!

Another “End-of-the-World” Scenario has come and gone.  Of course, for those folks out there who absolutely refuse to enjoy this world and the people in it because it is not pure, there will be another calculation.  They’re probably checking their math this morning, wondering if they forgot to carry a ten.  Or maybe they’re debating Julian vs Gregorian calendars.  Or, more likely, they’re simultaneously guilty about using numerology and praying that God doesn’t strike them dead for trying to outfox him.

But it never hurts to be prepared for anything, zombies included.

 

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  1. The day’s not over yet 😉

    • It’s not like I haven’t been through this drill before.
      The only thing that’s going to happen is a bunch of hotheads with guns are going to find they’re all dressed up with noplace to go. They will go through a period of disappointment and depression. Then, they’ll find a new excuse to plan for the day they become heros and the cycle will begin again.
      Or they’ll just keep waiting for the Rapture and look out for their own salvation at the expense of other people.
      Just another day in paradise.

      • The Mayapocalypse was also very appealing to today’s version of hippies and such. Something like the “harmonic convergence”.
        They will also be very disappointed.

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