Originally posted by AfterInfinity
reply to post by Eavel
Thought I had a rough personality, that is flat out rude, but it is a completely useless thread. So you are onto something here..
You know what's rude? Starting a thread focused entirely on the opinion that the lack of significant events in 2012 proves that 2012ers were wrong
for believing in change. As though the desire to slit their wrists in disappointment weren't strong enough already, the skeptics had to remind us of
why we wanted change to begin with. Rubbing our nose in our own disappointment as though the entire world's failure to turn over a new leaf is
something to be proud of.
That's what I call rude. And yes, this thread is pointless. It doesn't contribute anything except attitude and bad karma to the already steep hill
of pride and prejudice this website has garnered over the past year. What a waste of digital space.
What's disappointing about a large planet NOT hitting the Earth? I'm only talking about the Nibiru people, not anyone who was in it for Ascension
or whatever else, just simply the fact that on December 21st a large planet that noone could see did not hit the Earth and cause the end of all
humanity as we know it..
The reason I ask and started this thread is that new dates have been put forward, recalculated etc, they are circulating by the likes of John Moore
and Nancy Lieder still, and it would be helpful to hear from some of the people that talked about this theory as to why the recalculations needed to
be done, and when the new dates are, and why it didn't happen, it's not meant to be negative in any way, it's more curiosity into the whole thing
at this point.
But I think that a nerve was hit? Slitting wrists over the fact that the Earth wasn't blasted to bits? Please explain why one would be despondent