"When 2012 became the establishment approved date for End Times hysteria, it was far in the future. They wanted to point far enough into the future that the common man would be placated and not feel they needed to rush to prepare. Preparing would mean key people leaving jobs they had been trained to perform, resulting in an increase in industry costs and perhaps infrastructure downtime. Preparing would mean people pulling their savings out of banks, resulting in increased bank instability. Preparing would mean home owners deserting their mortgages at a time when the banking and real estate industries are already swamped with empty homes. The establishment does not have the passage date - neither the trimester nor the year. But they are crystal clear on what they do know - they want the common man dumb and happy until the last minute. For the establishment this is the Last Weeks, when the wobble will be so severe, a stopped rotation so obvious, that the common man can no longer be fooled. What will they do now that 2012 is no longer in the future. Certainly the establishment does not want the common man suddenly becoming nervous, so they are ridiculing those they formerly encouraged. The establishment is caught in their own trap. As the 7 of 10 scenarios unfold, during 2012, the common man is likely to be doubly nervous about the End Times. Once again karma strikes!"Source: Zetatalk
On the upside, looks like no rain.So if you've been wanting to wash your car...
"I'm all jacked up on Mt. Dew! I'll come at you like a spider monkey, Chip!"Triple Fake Walker (or Texas Ranger - can't remember which one said that)
I think that city was Decatur. I have personally seen spider monkey's at Walmart.
Fry Day is almost here.
There goes the global warming argument.
Katy, I disagree. No rain is a downside. I love rain and it seems like Texas never has enough. Plus, at 1250 degrees, we probably need rain.But your comment was funny. I am just being picky.
Tikal is awesome. It's also hella muggy. They let you wonder all over the ruins.
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