Maybe it's my age or world events or both, but I'm beginning to think the End is actually near. Am I officially off my rocker?:toilet::screwy::whirly::rollsmile:nerv2::yikes:
I don't think you're off your rocker, just sensitive to world events. In this day of instant communication, watching a video of the tsunami hit Japan is enough to make anyone think of the end of the world.Maybe it's my age or world events or both, but I'm beginning to think the End is actually near. Am I officially off my rocker?:toilet::screwy::whirly::rollsmile:nerv2::yikes:
Hehe yes gotta love Drudge reportDo you ever read the drudge report? I love that site. Everyday it's like the world is ending and there's so many things to freak out about. I read it because it makes me feel like I'm one of those end of the world movies. Anyway, after a couple years of my daily drudge, I think I'm desensitized.
This is how I feel. After all the things the earth has been through, I doubt it's gonna end in my little lifetime.I just try to remember that this planet is older than mankind and almost a living thing unto itself. The earth has cycles of weather, environmental change, and geological movement that we barely understand and certainly don't control. While it's in our nature to find patterns and seek meaning, I think it's just normal natural Life in the Universe type activity.
They don't call the rim of the Pacific the Ring of Fire for nothing.
I wasn't being flippant, really I wasn't but thats the thought that was running through my head all day yesterday.somebody really pissed off Poseidon, thats all.
(the god of earthquakes and the sea)
seen it happen before.