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Anyone doing anything nice on Saturday?

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
sorry to dissapoint
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#2
I see there is plenty of science to back him up

The date of May 21, 2011 may seem random, but it is based on a numerical analysis by Harold Camping, the president of Family Radio, a religious broadcaster based in California.

"According to Genesis, when the flood occurred in the year 4990, God told Noah that in seven days he would destroy the earth," Manny explained. "And he destroyed it in seven days.

"But Peter said: 'I know that one day for me is like a thousand years.' So 4990 plus 7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) equals 2011," he explained.
#3
Yeah, that was the best bit
1 Like #4
No, but am watching United lift the Premier League trophy on Sunday :D
suspended#5
greg_68
I see there is plenty of science to back him up

The date of May 21, 2011 may seem random, but it is based on a numerical analysis by Harold Camping, the president of Family Radio, a religious broadcaster based in California.

"According to Genesis, when the flood occurred in the year 4990, God told Noah that in seven days he would destroy the earth," Manny explained. "And he destroyed it in seven days.

"But Peter said: 'I know that one day for me is like a thousand years.' So 4990 plus 7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) equals 2011," he explained.


Classic
banned#6
steev08
No, but am watching United lift the Premier League trophy on Sunday :D

Not anymore
#7
it was gonna be raining saturday so no harm done eh?
#8
im off to a garden party with a hired chef cooking everyones food outside, so i hope it stays dry but probably not.
banned#9
I was going to mow the lawn - no point now I guess.

Edited By: JonnyTwoToes on May 19, 2011 16:09
#10
I wasn't going to have to take the mother-in-law out to lunch for her birthday!

As far as I can see this gets me out of it !!
#11
I was off to work but yay day off for me now :p
#12
riteondeals
steev08
No, but am watching United lift the Premier League trophy on Sunday :D
Not anymore

Do we know what time as we still could watch man u lift the trophy.

Also, i have a delivery coming for some trainers and im hoping them come before the meltdown :D
1 Like #13
They havent given us enough time, im going to have to take the day off work tomorrow (boss will kill me) and go down B&Q and see if there is any timber left to build an Ark.

unrelated, does anyone have a spare Aardvark? Doesnt appear to be any in FS/FT
#14
splatsplatsplat
They havent given us enough time, im going to have to take the day off work tomorrow (boss will kill me) and go down B&Q and see if there is any timber left to build an Ark.

unrelated, does anyone have a spare Aardvark? Doesnt appear to be any in FS/FT

This might be of use to you....

Offer

You will need to grow a white beard like gandolf too!



Edited By: Rupz on May 19, 2011 16:34
#15
It's my birthday on Saturday so I hope I get my presents early ha ha
#16
7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) ?
Since when does 7 x 1000 = 7001 ?
#17
Spod
7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) ?
Since when does 7 x 1000 = 7001 ?

you forgot the quarter days lol
#18
working
#19
ham82
working

shame.... your gona miss it :D
1 Like #20
gypsy hunting
#21
Good info....
......I'll not bother cleaning the bathrooms.
[mod]#22
greg_68
I see there is plenty of science to back him up

The date of May 21, 2011 may seem random, but it is based on a numerical analysis by Harold Camping, the president of Family Radio, a religious broadcaster based in California.

"According to Genesis, when the flood occurred in the year 4990, God told Noah that in seven days he would destroy the earth," Manny explained. "And he destroyed it in seven days.

"But Peter said: I know that one day for me is like a thousand years' So 4990 plus 7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) equals 2011," he explained.


Well he did a **** job as last time i looked out the window and under my feet it was till there :D
#23
I won't bother going to work then.
#24
Rupz
Spod
7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) ?
Since when does 7 x 1000 = 7001 ?


you forgot the quarter days lol


I don't think that's it. "1 day is like 1000 years" implies all the 1/4 days are counted.
7 days would be 7000 years - or 7000 years plus 7x 1/4 days at most, not 7001 years.

If the 1/4 days were not included that would be 1/4 day per year so 7000/4 days = 1750 days which is nearly 5 years, not just 1 extra year.

It's possible that they are subtracting a year because there was no year 0 - we went from 1BC to 1AD - but that either means it wasn't reported right or somebody didn't understand the calculation.

Also 4990 + 7001 is not equal to 2011!
I assume they mean the flood occurred in 4990 BC, which would mean the calculation is actually 7000 - 4990 = 2010 and then add 1 for the skipped year 0, to get to 2011. That might make more sense.

lol
#25
Spod
Rupz
Spod
7001 years (the equivalent of seven days) ?
Since when does 7 x 1000 = 7001 ?

you forgot the quarter days lol

I don't think that's it. "1 day is like 1000 years" implies all the 1/4 days are counted.
7 days would be 7000 years - or 7000 years plus 7x 1/4 days at most, not 7001 years.

If the 1/4 days were not included that would be 1/4 day per year so 7000/4 days = 1750 days which is nearly 5 years, not just 1 extra year.

It's possible that they are subtracting a year because there was no year 0 - we went from 1BC to 1AD - but that either means it wasn't reported right or somebody didn't understand the calculation.

Also 4990 + 7001 is not equal to 2011!
I assume they mean the flood occurred in 4990 BC, which would mean the calculation is actually 7000 - 4990 = 2010 and then add 1 for the skipped year 0, to get to 2011. That might make more sense.

lol

OMG i cant take this.... kill me now, i dont think i can wait till saturday :D
#26
magicbeans
gypsy hunting

You looking to get your drive done again :D
#27
I'm picking up my gf from the airport and was hoping to get a happy ending. Now I know this I will be demanding several :)

Edited By: autolesbona on May 20, 2011 13:44
#28
Well, there is a new date to put in your diary.

The US Christian, who made headlines for his outlandish claim that a selected 200 million of the world’s population would be raptured, has now marked 21 October 2011 in his calendar as the real date for the apocalypse.

The 89-year-old had previously stated that an earthquake – bigger than anything ever felt before - would strike each corner of the planet by 6pm local time on Saturday 21 May.


maybe the old codger will pop his clogs before predicting the 3rd attemp at rapture
#29
I predict 3,482 pigs will fly over my house on November 16th 2011....

Well, if he's allowed to predict such **** then lets all do it :)
#30
steev08
I predict 3,482 pigs will fly over my house on November 16th 2011....

Well, if he's allowed to predict such **** then lets all do it :)


quoted for lulz

(will delete if im wrong)
#31
splatsplatsplat
Well, there is a new date to put in your diary.

The US Christian, who made headlines for his outlandish claim that a selected 200 million of the world’s population would be raptured, has now marked 21 October 2011 in his calendar as the real date for the apocalypse.


Let's hope our last summer is a good one! oO
#32
This is the best bit:

Meanwhile, enterprising atheists across 26 states have set up a business to care for the animal companions of any Christians who are selected to go to heaven when Jesus Christ comes back

"You've committed your life to Jesus. You know you're saved. But when the Rapture comes, what's to become of your loving pets who are left behind?" Eternal Earth-Bound Pets says on its website, offering to "take that burden off your mind."

The post-doomsday pet rescue service already has 259 clients, who have paid $135 for the first pet and $20 for each additional pet at the same address, to ensure the faithful animal companions are looked after and loved even when their Christian owners have gone to the other side.

All the rescuers are sworn atheists, which means they will definitely be left behind on Earth, ready to rescue pets after the Rapture.

When judgment day happens, Eternal Earth-Bound Pets co-founder Bart Centre "will notify all of our rescuers to go into action and they will drive to the homes of anyone who's signed a contract with us, pick up their pets and take them home and adopt them as their own, keeping them happy and healthy for the rest of their lives.

"This will happen only if and when the Rapture happens. So we do not expect to have to do anything on Saturday," Centre told AFP.

Contracts are good for 10 years, just in case the Mayan calendar prophesy, which predicts the world will end in December next year, comes true.

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