Christian Numerologist Says World Will End On Sept. 23. Well, Friday night you better party like it’s 1999.

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MGAP
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I’m going to be in Vegas Sat night. If I see Nibiru on the horizon, I’ll break my 15 + years of sobriety and head to the bar…

JPTravis
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Bad idea. What if Kim Kardashian walks by and you think it’s Nibiru?

MGAP
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I think her posse would be a tail tale sign.

JPTravis
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What sort of crack was that?

Not so silent
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Like the goobers in Seattle that bought new Tennis shoes, filled their pockets with quarters, (Pay phones in space?) and committed suicide because the world was gonna end and they were gonna go a for a ride on a comet….

KimmyQueen
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Aight…

Extirpates
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The Jehova’s Witnesses have been predicting the end of the world since the late 1800’s. John Wimber of Calvary Chapel said the world would end in 1982. Oops!

flashingscotsman
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I was married to a Jehovah’s Witness for ten years. Never heard anything about a specific date for the end times.

JPTravis
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JPTravis
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Yeah, those people are certifiable. They’ve made dozens, maybe even hundreds of predictions that didn’t come true–they just republish their books with new dates when shit they predicted doesn’t happen. For example, according to Wikipedia, “…other failed predictions were ignored, and replaced with new predictions; for example, in the book, The Finished Mystery (1917), events were applied to the years 1918 to 1925 that earlier had been held to occur prior to 1914. When the new interpretations also did not transpire, the 1926 edition of the book changed the statements and removed the dates.”

JPTravis
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This dumb ass has predicted the end of the world before and been wrong. I interviewed another one of these dumb asses back in 2011, Harold Camping. He first predicted the end of the world in 1994. Then he predicted May of 2011. When that didn’t happen he moved it to October of 2011. Still didn’t happen. Shortly after that he had a stroke and later died so I guess the world did end for him. Followers sold their homes and liquidated all their possessions and gave it to his church in anticipation of the apocalypses that never occurred… so I guess there is your motivation for these dumb asses and their predictions. They make money off it, plain and simple.

Dave K
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LMAO, I’ve been hearing doomsday crap like this since I was a kid. Nibiru/Planet X, all that inane garbage. The next major quake is going to separate Kalifornia from the continental US(Not that I would mind), on and on.

Remember those headcases that followed some idiot cult leader and committed suicide wearing black outfits and Nikes while covered with purple shrouds? What’s that quote from the bible you used to see people carrying signs around for? John 3:16?

Numerologists are a joke.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Oh yes, the Heaven’s Gate folks. They never should have eaten the pudding.
Besides, anything large enough to obliterate the planet coming in from deep space would have been visible to the naked eye months ago.

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