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Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by redial » Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:50 pm

Just checking in after the "end of the ...", whatever it was to be. All safe and sound here, and as we are +10.5 hours in front of UTC (GMT), then we should have gone first, after New Zealand and Fiji of course. Perhaps Kiwi2 has been shaken off his perch, as I havent seen any posts from him lately, - they do get a lot of earthquakes over there.

As I woke up this morning still breathing, then I guess it will be another good day in Oz, like most days in Oz. I can send you my warm tops if you are cold, as we only wear them for show :lol: .

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Re: Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by RoadRogue » Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:56 pm

Im glad to hear your still with us Len. Thanks for the heads up that the day will continue as usual,when it gets to us here in the snow covered North. 8-)
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Re: Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by kwild » Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:27 am

Well the sun rose here in Southern California, think I'll go for a ride.
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Re: Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by bustedwing » Sat Dec 22, 2012 2:41 pm

Well we had our doubts yesterday as a huge snowstorm blew thru, so thinking maybe the calender was off by a few hours I just waited. But now that the snow has settled I believe we have witnessed the weakest end of the world I have ever seen.( given i have never seen any). So now what? If it was wrong? By how much? Do we sit with a prepper and hope they picked the right way of our demise? Nah, I have lived thru an embarresing war we lost, lying polititions, so many government type crisis's that now I just take it as it comes. If I wake up, good. If I dont, then I dont have to worry about it. But I do believe we will have a good Christmas and I sincerly hope all my online friends do also.
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Re: Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by themainviking » Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:20 pm

I think the only thing that ended was the Mayan Calendar. All else seems to be as would be expected.
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Re: Checking in after Mayan Calendar

Post by Mag » Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:04 am

That is probably what they were projecting.....that the Mayan Calendar ended. Hmmm, so it did come true ;)

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