Hmmm... recently I stubled upon another hilarious (and awesome) website.. Go check out Dontevenreply.com. Or at least bookmark it for your collection of things-to-do-when-you’re-bored.
Of course, I shouldn’t be taking because I’m not an archeology major. I’m not even that clear on the details behind 2012. But the infographic seems to be able to disprove every argument very logically.
Yeah, so I watched 2012 last year, and the movie sucked.. nothing else to say about it.
SPOILER - But one thing that caught my attention was when the hobo guy said that 2012 was synonymous with the Rapture.. Okay, he might have been just spewing BS there, but I just had to Google it anyways..
So, Google points me to a website written by some guy named Rev. JR Seabolt. (No idea what that means)
I really don’t think that the 2012 myth has anything to do with the end times. (but then again, I’m not in a position to say anything)
Specifically Matthew 24:36 says:
"No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." -Matt 24:36 (NIV)
So, my plebeian (lol SAT word) interpretation is - If nobody’s supposed to know, how could someone pinpoint the exact year and date?
(going offtopic now.)
OH! I made business cards for myself that say like Roger Chen and RogerHub.com and stuff on them. If you want one, come find me and i’ll give you one. They look pretty awesome :)
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