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originally posted by: Cleep3
The numbers brought up over and over again seem to play a role. Not being a doomer but with all the talk of earthquakes could I could see this being a warning to the elite. Story from CA, and fiance leaving, followed by little talk on the explosives, could be saying time is ticking for those in the area. Numbers could be representing:
1200-1500 guns found equaling square miles from LA effected.
14 cars could be days from publish to event.
6.5 tons of ammo expected magnitude of quake.
230,000 cash amount being people that will be suffering the event.
I know not many will agree but this is just picking up where others left off at what the numbers could be implying.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
As for the guns, my husband doesn't think they look like the sorts of pieces a serious collector would want, either, though they also dont' look like the gun runner types. So, what they were for is a good question!
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