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so are you guys looking forward to the ultimate 'i told you so'?

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- Sat, 08 Mar 2014 09:12:26 EST 6pA7LoXF No.12787
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well are ya?
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Augustus Fanwell - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 09:36:40 EST uKc1gQwa No.12788 Reply
No, because the "skeptics" (note the quotes) will continue to rationalize the worst situation as being totally ok.

It could get really really really bad, and they'd be like "it's fine, quit whining" as a wild dog runs away with their testicle.
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Nigel Tootfuck - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 17:16:24 EST 92DDYKPE No.12791 Reply
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>>12788

Dude god gave us 2 for 1 special you only need half your nutsack to cum
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William Hebberchutch - Tue, 11 Mar 2014 15:47:13 EST ytnjL0GM No.12805 Reply
I hate this "I'm better than everyone else because I have a weeks worth of water and food in my closet" attitude everyone in the "prepper" community seems to have. I prepare because I think it makes sense to, and if things go bad and my friends and family need water I will have a bottle waiting for them. Fuck off with your elitist bullshit.
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Why is Java required? - Tue, 11 Mar 2014 16:38:47 EST kz5fLE3p No.12806 Reply
I've got the rations for a 2 week power outage/stranded/hurricane.

It could be very easy for where I am to get stuck in one spot for up to three weeks. IF Zombies or nukes or wahtever the fuck goes down like that on a national scale I'd just be like fuck it. Who really wants to live like that? I mean can you imagine the mental and physical strain you would endure every single fucking day until you ultimately die?

People who prep for end of the world shit seem almost always disillusioned. SHTF isn't going to be L4D2 or Fallout New Vegas where you can play with your buds or play as a cowboy ranchero with your six shooter in a post nuclear war world.

Now if you are good for a small scale riot or getting stranded due to weather or something than that is fine. If things look like they will return to normal than hang in there otherwise I'd rather just go out in a bang.
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Hedda Grandspear - Sat, 15 Mar 2014 07:01:11 EST l2Bwf6AI No.12822 Reply
When it happens, it won't happen in the same way you told them it would, so you won't be able to tell them that you told them so.
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Eliza Memmlesock - Sat, 15 Mar 2014 16:34:26 EST 98h9UBOM No.12823 Reply
>>12787

well.....

I try to treat this board and futurism with the same open mindedness. thats to say, it could go either way. in this instance, I would not enjoy an I told you so. who you even gonna tell? the mutated spiders? id much prefer to say I told you so from my spaceship.
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Fucking Bebbercocke - Thu, 20 Mar 2014 03:03:10 EST AQawdHH9 No.12847 Reply
what happens when you're born with a silver spoon? you don't develop. i don't see why this SHOULDNT scale up, and i'm almost certain history says it does

(the elves told me this)
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Frederick Duckville - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 16:11:43 EST 2eEoVNJh No.13439 Reply
>>12847
>what happens when you're born with a silver spoon?
What?
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Angus Murdham - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 23:50:05 EST AAa1CAly No.13441 Reply
>>12806

>IF Zombies or nukes or wahtever the fuck goes down like that on a national scale I'd just be like fuck it. Who really wants to live like that? I mean can you imagine the mental and physical strain you would endure every single fucking day until you ultimately die?

Dude, we live like that right now. We live in constant stress and despair.
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James Niggerstone - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 19:46:39 EST 5nKSk07e No.13442 Reply
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Ya know..I used to look forward to the ultimate 'end of civilization' scenario. Honestly though? I think if anything it either won't happen all at once, or that if some cataclysm so powerful happens that it's able to bring down civilization on a global scale. Nobody will survive it. Examples include, global thermonuclear war, asteroid, solar flares ect.

My theory is that it'll happen, just a lot slower than we expect. Which makes preparing for it even more difficult, in geological and environmental terms it also makes sense. The world will just slowly become so polluted that we simply cannot sustain ourselves any longer. No water, no food, and maybe even the air will become so toxic that we won't survive. Then the human race will slowly just dwindle down to nothing. As far as disaster preparation I think that's a great idea, but apocalypse? nah, that's why it's called an apocalypse. It's the end. Not a beginning.
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Rebecca Beggledale - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 14:04:42 EST SVRl3yD8 No.13464 Reply
>>13456
sorta, if you dont move 150 miles from civilization you can raid for supplies.
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Doris Drimbledock - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 13:24:36 EST oOWqsOsY No.13483 Reply
>>13464
maybe for a couple of years at best, then most useful stuff will be taken or degraded into worthless rubble
Very few things nowadays stay useful without constant maintenance
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Martin Clammerchit - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 17:12:42 EST X13CqqpF No.13539 Reply
>>12787
I saw this doomsday prepper show and the ppl where so afraid and retarded, one even poisoned his own water supply so if he got taken hostage the kidnappers would drink it by mistake, and you know what? Not one of these ppl had a dog
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Edward Brirrybod - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 15:58:09 EST wplc7pJP No.13556 Reply
>>13456
I presume you don't know about amish lifestyle?
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Matilda Shakedock - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 16:49:06 EST 0M5n2dL8 No.13569 Reply
>>13442

well, apocalypse means the revealing of knowledge so not exactly...
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Jarvis Dronderchodge - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 02:50:11 EST 6O8pUqqj No.13585 Reply
>>13569
not exactly. it means "unveiling" which i guess can mean this or a lot of other things.
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Cornelius Bunford - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 21:25:03 EST 5nKSk07e No.13588 Reply
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>>13569

a·poc·a·lypse
əˈpäkəˌlips/Submit
noun
  1. the complete final destruction of the world, especially as described in the biblical book of Revelation.
(especially in the Vulgate Bible) the book of Revelation.
2. an event involving destruction or damage on an awesome or catastrophic scale.
"a stock market apocalypse".
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Phyllis Domblestutch - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 15:29:06 EST c9zQj+tA No.13589 Reply
Woe unto you that desire the day of the LORD! to what end is it for you? the day of the LORD is darkness, and not light.
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Ernest Brengerstock - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 19:42:42 EST AAa1CAly No.13591 Reply
>>13588

ἀποκαλύπτω (apokalúptō, “I disclose, reveal”) +‎ -σις (-sis), from ἀπό (apó, “from”) and καλύπτω (kalúptō, “I cover”).

Pronunciation

(5th BC Attic): IPA: /apokálypʰsis/

(1st BC Egyptian): IPA: /apokálypʰsis/

(4th AD Koine): IPA: /apokályɸsis/

(10th AD Byzantine): IPA: /apokálypsis/

(15th AD Constantinopolitan): IPA: /apokálipsis/

Noun

ἀποκάλυψις • (apokálupsis) (genitive ἀποκαλύψεως) f, third declension

uncovering, revelation, disclosure
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Ernest Brengerstock - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 19:43:16 EST AAa1CAly No.13592 Reply
>>13591
ugh 420 can't display IPA or greek characters.
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Albert Drengerville - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 07:07:18 EST AlLn9aNY No.13593 Reply
>>13592
we've all messed up and not used utf-8 at some point in our lives.
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Molly Messledut - Thu, 27 Nov 2014 03:34:58 EST OFEvtghq No.13618 Reply
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>>13556
That's why he said "enough survivors" . The Amish live in large groups and distribute manpower and resources.

They also have 19th century technology which makes them the fucking Jetsons compared to the Lykovs and their 7th century appliances.

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