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16 comments to “Celebs React To The Lack Of An Apocalypse”



  1. 1

    Kim KarTRASHian looks like a pornstar or a persian princess, I cant tell…they both look alike.



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    vacuous stupid life



  3. 3

    What happened to her recent bangs?



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    Yah I laughed too, with one eye on the sky though. Like Ben Franklin said there's nothing certain in this life but death and taxes-and for me God's enduring love.

  5. Dov says – reply to this


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    If this ugly, diseased sperm recepticle is still alive then the Mayans were way fucking wrong!!!



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    nothing wrong with corn all the people associated with kim likely wished for the apocolypse alas the worst always survive



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    Please stop taking your own picture. It's embarrassing, and you have no clue why.

  8. Jessica says – reply to this


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    The Mayans never said the world would end. They said their calendar would end as in it was their December 31st and the next day marked the start of the next cycle. It was stupid people like the celebrities above who twisted it in to being an apocalyptic thing.



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    Honestly, I wanted the world to end so I could be raptured into heaven after THE DEVIL killed all those kids at that school and I couldn't stop crying.

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Semi duck face. Two hours of false eyelashes for this?

  11. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: movedtocomment – They've moved the date back to Sunday the 23rd now, as leap years or something was 'not accounted for.' You can laugh again, and probably again after that. There are going to be bunkers for sale.

  12. heather says – reply to this


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    @v@ that makes no sense, the Mayan calendar needed no leap years because it was more perfect then the one we use today lol. It only includes leap years now because Julius Caesar changed our calendar system.

  13. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: heather – I know. The two other theories now are (and I espouse neither, but boom, there they are:
    1. TODAY in the Julian Calendar is December 9, 2012 (from Dec 22 - 13 days = Dec 9)
    The Julian December 21 will be the Gregorian Jan 3, 2013.3, 2013 Gregorian is Maya long count, 13.0.0.0.13
    2.According to the director of the Hieroglyphic and Iconographic Heap MAYA (Ajimaya) INAH, such belief is modern and its origin can be traced back to the 70s of the twentieth century, with the first esoteric publications in which "predicts" the end of human civilization, coinciding with the TENTH POSTGRADUATE b'ak'tun in the Long Count of the Maya calendar, which corresponds to December 21, 2012.

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    Re: heather – cont…
    Of the approximately 15 thousand REGISTERED glyphic texts so far and have been traced over time at different sites in the Maya area, only two inscriptions there is mention of the year 2012, pointed out the archaeologist, who teaches a course on mythology and Classic Maya Religion in the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH).
    "As the correlation GMT + 2 (Goodman-Martinez-Thompson, plus two days) using epigraphers to convert Maya dates to the Gregorian calendar, the exact date would be December 23, 2012 and not on 21. It was registered in the Tortuguero Monument 6 and a fragment found COMALCALCO, both archaeological sites of Tabasco and relatively close to each other. "



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    And so the human race breathes a sigh of relief as the dreaded day of Apocalypse passes without incident and relaxes…until somebody else discovers another Doomsday date that was 'predicted' thousands of years ago!

  16. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: MrRedEd69 – A whole bunch of people are making a whole pile of money off of the so called scenarios. Those 'underground bases' and area 51's and that seed bank along with a mishandled financial economy seeming like indicators that has everyone so worried they can't think straight. That's a sign of bad leadership, and e-mailing NASA for answers just isn't doing it for a lot of anxious folks who think they're witnessing flags.