reply to post by neobludragon
How was 12/21/12 a complete failure?
If you believe that doomsday was what the date meant, if you believed 'rapture' was what the date meant, if you believed any of the bull# "Facts"
without actually doing your own research into the calendar and Mayan history, then you were simply giving into what this modern day culture
does...which is to lie and exagerate half-truths, or, even better, you didn't believe, but were eagerly stalking those that did believe these things
so you could rip them apart like a predator (Please recognize these statements are not necessarily directed at you OP).
If you're referring to 12/21/12 being the end of the world any of that bull#, then yes, it was "total and complete failure." Which is a funny way to
put it too - kind of sounds like you're referring to it as some kind of incursion or mission lol.
Basically, it goes as such: if you believe astrology is meaningful, then yesterday was a very meaningful day for you.
That's mostly it.
It wasn't a complete failure in all respects; that kind of broad, sweeping generalization is what #ing kills me about modern day "thinking".
If you believe that we're living in a computer construct, every single day is a potential doomsday.
edit on 22-12-2012 by ProperlyErrant
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