Probably crack skulls and eat the goo inside since a solar flare would have happened 9 months earlier, burning up the entire north hemisphere electric
grid and leaving the entire country in chaos for months... in the middle of winter....
Somehow you have to survive... if eating human brains is the only way, I'll have to go for it...
I'm sure that by the time 2012 comes around it will be super hyped up, and i'm sure that there will be some fanatics awaiting the arrival of Christ,
or the anti-Christ. My friend and I have to decided to throw an end of the world party that night. So that when the rapture comes we can go out in
style. Lol. So your all invited!!
I'll wait if something really happens, if not, then the life goes on as usual.
2012 is the most hyped date since 2000 ( Y2K predictions were kinda made up tho ), so it's interesting to just watch. No reason to get upset if stuff
doesn't happen, really ( I'm sure some people get.. ).
I will probably stay up on the evening of December 20th due to all the hype thats going around, but i will most probably have no choice and have to
work right through the "meat" of things, if there is any "meat".
i think i will be relaxing on the beach soce it wil be the only spot that will be empty from everyone else praying in churches and the other half is
living in under ground bunkers waiting for the end to come.
As a scientist i am working on this event at the moment,the info\facts i "we" have at our hands can not be revealed because i can see more and more
"normal" human beings are entering ATS. What i will do that day is having a ice cold coca cola on a bottle=and kiss my wife
Hopefully finishing off some eggnog and sweet tater pie, wondering who all these people are singing Christmas Carols in my house, and looking at my
cousin, thinking how hot she looks in that tight sweater,and considering just how sick it is to notice.
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