TheSPunk3dFeatured By OwnerDec 22, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Eh, well nothing happened. It's not like this whole debacle was worth talking about anyway. Retards are just gonna push the date further and further with no real hope of anything ever occurring. People just want to feel like they are special and actually worth something; so they get involved in this "New age" bullshit in a pathetic attempt to fit in with a group of like-minded individuals who also want to feel special.
At least now my friends can stop pestering me about this bullshit and start living in reality. Then again, those type's of people always find something new to latch onto.
The world won't end. >.< It doesn't count leap years, so it would've ended years ago. It's sunny in San Antonio, Texas, and we're just fine. (Well, that was hours ago. It's dark now, 'cause it's night.) The world is not crumbling under or feet. Right now, it's 12:20 AM, December 22, 2012, and the world is still here.
Congratulations, you have experienced the oh-so-rare experience of WEATHER, NATURE, WIND. These crazies that suck up the fear from the media and such just make me laugh. This is just a shade of Y2K and other false predictions. Anyone convinced by this should seriously be on some sort of heavy medication XDD
I would just like to say yes I made fake images and videos, lol at the people trying to pursuade my the images were normal, since when did the sky turn red lol? Anyway rest easy, the apocalypse will not happen after all lol.
Yeah, there is some pretty heavy rain where i'm living, too. But it's not that crazy. But I do feel different...now I hope no one calls me an idiot, but I do believe there's still a possibility that something will or DID happen.
I am being serious, current science accepts the likelihood of alternative dimensions. Maybe we have passed through into the new dimension, and the new beginning. It is more likely than nothing happening today to be honest.
1. Earthquakes are actually quite common in the UK; several hundred are recorded every year, and some of those are strong enough to be felt.
2. If that was a real earthquake the things in shot (trees, plants, the shed) would be shaking. They're perfectly still, with only the camera shaking neatly from side to side, because you're doing a terrible job at faking it.
All the events in the world have been building up to 2012: 1. The earthquakes 2. The fires 3. The tsunamis 4. The volcanoes Gah.
But you know, the Mayans were astronomers, too. What if, by the "end of the world" they meant "the end of one age and the beginning of the other"? Because we entered the Age of Aquarius in 2000-ish. And 2012 is only 12 years off. On the grand scale of 5000 years, 12 years is insignificant.