posted on May, 21 2008 @ 08:24 PM
Most likely doing the same as my Bride and I do every December --- thanking God that we survived yet another hurricane season, looking at the stars,
planets and occasional satellite zipping by at a liesurely 27,000 mph whilst lounging in the double-wide hammock in the back yard of this little
chunka rock in the Caribbean that we live on. Oh yeah, and sipping homemade Naseberry wine. I think it's not unlike a fruity chardonnay...... my
Bride still maintains it tastes like socks.
I have to say that I think the Nibiru fuss seems almost impossibly thin in a cosmetological way. My mind remains open to evidence to the contrary,
but I can't accept, thus far, the concept that a brown dwarf or other planetary body is at this moment bearing down on the Big Blue and all these
quarreling nations have conformed to some silent agreement to keep the masses uninformed. I could almost accept the reptoid theorum easier than the
previous nation notion.
Now, as to 2012, who the h*ll knows...... I think there are many cultures, presumably geographically separated, that seem to resonate together as to
great changes occurring during this time. One of the reasons we moved here years ago was a perception of patterns that pointed toward difficult
times, and global observations since have only served to reinforce that decision. I think it's prudent of all of us to prepare for potential
life-changing events...... hey, I can't think of a single place I've ever been -- and there have been many many place -- that are devoid of any
natural disaster risks, be they earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornados, tsunami, CERN collider, or what have you. Buy a little extra food when
you shop, store it away. Provide for many times more water than you think you need; unless you live in the country, your water source is likely
more tenuous that you think it is. Rotate your foods, and in this way, it really doesn't cost you a noticeable amount. Acquire survival skills if
you don't have them. If you need X and can't make it, stock it up. Toilet Paper. 'nuff said. "Oh, I can use leaves if I have to..." yah.
Well, go try leaves for a week. I guarantee you'll finish the week being the mega-case TP king/queen.
Hopefully, we'll all gather 'round this fine site filled with intelligent and quirky/fun people on December 13th and say, "so when's the next date
for the apocalypse?"