posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:28 PM
Okay, there seems to be A TON of randomly created threads talking about global events that are going to end the world and blah blah blah mixed with
some malarky and a dash of non-sense. However, I DO believe in the bible and we are indeed in the end times as knowledge has increased exponentially
in the past decade, and thats suppose to be a calling card of the end.
So to my point; I live in Austin Texas. It's a sunny, dry, 67 degree day outside. There's a little precipitation still on the ground as it sprinkled
last night giving everything a bright green shine as the trees and fauna have been washed of any dust that has collected since our last
rainfall...which was a week ago. It's been shorts and T-shirt weather here almost all winter, aside from 3-5 days of cold as cold fronts blow in from
I watch the news and its 'terror here' and 'terror there' and the worst winter months in decades for most of the country, and some pretty gnarly
stuff in California. But like I said, GORGEOUS here. People are going to and from work, birds are singing, I went for a relaxing drive after a morning
interview with a client, stopped and grabbed Starbucks, and now I'm about to go to the movies with my fiance.
So what's really going on out there. In those places that you folks have snow normally, is it anything out of the ordinary in your hometown? As in,
worst than usual (and I mean, back this up with figures)? Because I have a sneaking suspicion that the media is making life scarier for Joe Shmoe by
telling him the worlds falling apart in chaos around him.
I feel nice and safe here.
P.S.- Those of you who follow any of my posts, I am a degree qualified, and educated student working on another degree, and I'm not naive...I have my
bug-out bag and my survival tote ready to go if the need arises. I'm just trying to get an idea of the truth and to prove a small point.