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Mar 18th, 2005

A more interesting site would have prophecies for times that have already passed. That way we could laugh at them.

Mar 18th, 2005

Haha, a long time ago there was these idiots who thought that the world would end because of this alleged "Y2K" bug. It was like a deadly disease or somthing and like you'd get it on midnght of dec. 31 1999. what idiots!


Mar 18th, 2005

I remember the Y2K thing. Rumors went around, such as giant cracks in the ground, leading straight to Hell, electronic handheld devices would explode, the power would go out (actually happened to my town, but because a generator went out or something), plagues would spring up in all the continents, etc., etc.

Mar 18th, 2005

Bargaintuan -- the first few paragraphs on the page are about ones that have already passed, and the second link on the page lists them. Laugh away.

I don't understand how anyone could think they could find 'clues' in the Bible to predict the end of the world, when it states plainly that no one can predict the end of the world.

Mar 18th, 2005

that's where so many christians fall short and so many televangelists make a buck.

Example? Jim Jones and the People's temple kept saying the world would end, and the pope was the antichrist. Where did it lead them? A grape flavored cyanide-mixed-in kool-aid massacre.
Conclusion? Choose your leaders wisely and make sure what they have to believe has nothing to do with the end of the world next week.

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