posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 02:33 PM
I have to agree that it is uncanny how they are talking about all these things at the same time. Its like they are trying to get the fear factor of
everyone up at maximum. They are making no attempts to sooth people. Whatever happens, every one needs to stay calm. I would suggest anyone living
near major cities to get out of town for the weekend. Living near DC myself, I told the husband I would like to go hiking this weekend. He said no
way, everything's flooded and wet. Ok I said, let's go visit your parents. "No way, they're flooded also; we're going to stay right here."
Either way, I believe that if there is a terrorist attack, they are going to throw everything they have at us in one big push, praying to whatever
deity they worship that at least a few get through, overwhelming homeland security. If I were them, that's what I would do. It's fine to sit back
and say nothing's going to happen, I sure as hell don't want to just sit around and see who's wrong again, not when my children's lives are on the
I know there's always going to be another "end of the world" type date, and its been said that if they keep throwing out dates eventually they'll
get it right. Personally, I'd rather be safe than sorry and choose to prepare for every single one of those dates, because in all honesty we never
do know when they'll be right. I've been laughed at for sure for being so gullible, but its not being gullible when you're preparing for what is
ultimately unknown by you or me.