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Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by MissJ, Dec 21, 2012.
checking in...everything seems to be in order...:winkkiss:
Kind of boring so far!:thumbup:
They say there could be up to a 3 day error in converting the Mayan calendar to ours. So, technically it could happen as far out as Sunday. But, I hear if you have a Pmag or two you will be spared the apocalypse.
Is a PMAG kind of like a wooden cross or a silver bullet? If so, thank goodness!
The Mayan calendar has nothing to do with dates, it ends on the winter solstice... which is an event, not a date.
It was a joke. I was trying to be funny. A lot of stress on this site last couple days. I will work harder on my sense of humor.
Dude, the end of the world is no joking matter. Lol.
The way I see it: One day a Mayan was writing a calendar on a piece of paper ... Everybody was laughin of him and they had a good time drinking some alcohol ... And they asked him ... Come'on ... let's have a drink . and he was still counting: December 15, 2012; December 16, 2012 ... etc. until he said to himself (right after he wrote: December 21, 2012): F__k ... everybody is drinking and I am the only one who is not ... F__k the calendar ... let's go drink!
And he drank until he got drunk as a skunk ... NExt day when he woke up he didn't remember anything about writing down the days in the Mayan calendar and instead he went directly to drinking with his buddies ...
And that' why the Mayan calendar ended on December 21, 2012 ... :thumbup:
Well you know big "O" did get re-elected so maybe the Mayans were right after and the world as we knew has ended and just has not been revealed to us yet.
Its all good,Things will get better,keep on keepin on:thumbup:
Nope it was this way.
The Twinkie is now extinct. I'd say that was pretty world shattering right there!!! Need. Sugar. Fix....