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Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 19:10
i have been following/watching this for well over a year now.

there is a church in oakland california that has been predicting that judgement day will happen on may 21, 2011.

yes, you heard it here, jesus is returning tomorrow.

<b>'Knowing the date of the end of the world changes all your future plans,' says 27-year-old Adrienne Martinez.

She thought she'd go to medical school, until she began tuning in to Family Radio. She and her husband, Joel, lived and worked in New York City. But a year ago, they decided they wanted to spend their remaining time on Earth with their infant daughter.

'My mentality was, why are we going to work for more money? It just seemed kind of greedy to me. And unnecessary,' she says.

And so, her husband adds, 'God just made it possible — he opened doors. He allowed us to quit our jobs, and we just moved, and here we are.'

Now they are in Orlando, in a rented house, passing out tracts and reading the Bible. Their daughter is 2 years old, and their second child is due in June. Joel says they're spending the last of their savings. They don't see a need for one more dollar.

'You know, you think about retirement and stuff like that,' he says. 'What's the point of having some money just sitting there?'

'We budgeted everything so that, on May 21, we won't have anything left,' Adrienne adds.

Nothing, except for the fervent hope that all of them will be raptured.



Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 19:18


Biedrs kopš May 30, 2010  23 ieraksti Tom (ttfx) May 20 2011 at 19:22
oh well zero let's see what happens to scammers here on myfxbook.. bruce & co.. they may vanish but what with there trading accounts lol


Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 19:33


Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 19:44

ttfx posted:
    oh well zero let's see what happens to scammers here on myfxbook.. bruce & co.. they may vanish but what with there trading accounts lol

bruce is toast.

even bucket shop oanda finally killed his forum account.

good morning,



Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 19:50
another doomsday group, of sorts, that i studied, was the heavens gate group.

they believed something about some alien spacecraft was coming to rescue them, something about it was coming up behind some haleys comet or something, but when it did not arrive or whatever they all committed suicide.


Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 20 2011 at 21:20
Walters had always dreamed of flying, but was unable to become a pilot in the United States Air Force because of his poor eyesight. Walters had first thought of using weather balloons to fly at age 13, after seeing them hanging from the ceiling of a military surplus store. Twenty years later he decided to do so. His intention was to attach a few helium-filled weather balloons to his lawnchair, cut the anchor, and then float above his backyard at a height of about 30 feet (9.1 m) for several hours. He planned to use a pellet gun to burst balloons to float gently to the ground.

Preparation and launchIn mid-1982, Walters and his girlfriend, Carol Van Deusen, purchased 45 eight-foot weather balloons and obtained helium tanks from California Toy Time Balloons. They used a forged requisition from his employer, FilmFair Studios, saying the balloons were for a television commercial. Walters attached the balloons to his lawn chair, filled them with helium, put on a parachute, and strapped himself into the chair in the backyard of a home at 1633 W. 7th St. in San Pedro[2] He took his pellet gun, a CB radio, sandwiches, cold beer, and a camera. When his friends cut the cord that tied his lawn chair to his Jeep, Walters' lawn chair rose rapidly to a height of about 15,000 feet (4,600 m). At first, he did not dare shoot any balloons, fearing that he might unbalance the load and cause himself to spill out. He slowly drifted over Long Beach and crossed the primary approach corridor of Long Beach Airport.

He was in contact with REACT, a CB monitoring organization, who recorded their conversation:

REACT: What information do you wish me to tell [the airport] at this time as to your location and your difficulty?
Larry: Ah, the difficulty is, ah, this was an unauthorized balloon launch, and, uh, I know I'm in a federal airspace, and, uh, I'm sure my ground crew has alerted the proper authority. But, uh, just call them and tell them I'm okay.
After 45 minutes in the sky, he shot several balloons, and then accidentally dropped his pellet gun overboard. He descended slowly, until the balloons' dangling cables got caught in a power line, causing a blackout in a Long Beach neighborhood for 20 minutes. Walters was able to climb to the ground.

Arrest and notorietyHe was immediately arrested by waiting members of the Long Beach Police Department; when asked by a reporter why he had done it, Walters replied, 'A man can't just sit around.'

Regional safety inspector Neal Savoy was reported to have said, 'We know he broke some part of the Federal Aviation Act, and as soon as we decide which part it is, some type of charge will be filed. If he had a pilot's license, we'd suspend that. But he doesn't.' Walters was initially fined US$4,000 for violations under U. S. Federal Aviation Regulations, including operating an aircraft within an airport traffic area 'without establishing and maintaining two-way communications with the control tower.' Walters appealed, and the fine was reduced to US$1,500.[3] A charge of operating a 'civil aircraft for which there is not currently in effect an airworthiness certificate' was dropped, as it was not applicable to this class of aircraft. Walters commented, 'If the FAA was around when the Wright Brothers were testing their aircraft, they would never have been able to make their first flight at Kitty Hawk.'

Walters received the top prize from the Bonehead Club of Dallas for his adventure, as well as invitations from The Tonight Show and Late Night with David Letterman, plus an honorable mention in 1982's Darwin Awards.

Walter's flight was replicated (though tethered) on one of the pilot episodes of the TV show MythBusters, in which one of the show's hosts was lifted to a height just under 30 m (100 ft) and gradually reduced his altitude by shooting balloons with a pellet gun.

Later yearsThe lawnchair used in the flight was given to an admiring boy named Jerry, though Walters later regretted doing so, since the Smithsonian Institute asked him to donate it to its museum. Twenty years later, Jerry, by then an adult, sent an e-mail to Mark Barry, a pilot who had documented Walters's story and dedicated a Web site to it, and identified himself. It was still sitting in his garage, attached to some of the original tethers and water jugs used as ballast.

Walters said, 'It was something I had to do. I had this dream for twenty years, and if I hadn't done it, I think I would have ended up in the funny farm. I didn't think that by fulfilling my goal in life — my dream — that I would create such a stir and make people laugh.'

After his flight, he was in brief demand as a motivational speaker and he quit his job as a truck driver. He was featured in a Timex print ad in the early '90s,[5] but he never made much money from his fame. Later in his life, Walters hiked the San Gabriel Mountains and did volunteer work for the United States Forest Service. He later broke up with his girlfriend of 15 years and could only find work sporadically as a security guard.

He committed suicide in 1993 at the age of 44 by shooting himself in the heart in Angeles National Forest.


Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 21 2011 at 05:59 (labots May 21 2011 at 06:01 )
as we get closer to the may 21st supposed judgement day, the is playing stuff on the radio about things like that you should eat your vegetables and how to have a long and lasting marriage and dont smoke cigarettes and other general common sense nonsense.

who gives a sht about a long marriage if jesus is returning tomorrow?

it is my opinion that mr harold camping is not only wrong about his may 21st judgement day bs, but he is straight up a fraud.

it is my opinion that he is fully aware of his fraudulent ways and iti is my opinion that he should be treated like the criminal that he is.

he states on his website that he receives absolutely no compensation from

ok, fine, i say.

who paid for the suit that you wear?

who feeds you?

do you live in a house?

do you drive a car?

do you have any money in your pocket?

etc, etc, etc..

who paid for those things?

this man is a fraud and there are many people that have given to his church every penny that they have.

this man should be whipped.



Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 26 2011 at 02:00
it looks like may 21st of 2011 has come and gone.

mr harold camping assured his followers that may 22nd would not come.

many of his followers sold everything that they owned and gave it to this organization.

how sad.

mr camping stated numerous times that massive earthquakes would begin in new zealand on the 21st of may at 6pm and that said earthquakes would roll around the earth and would strike your city when six o'clock strikes.

but nothing happened.

and guess what?

all that he did was to change his website format and it is business as usual.

and the donation link is still active on his website.

what a sad little man he is.



Biedrs kopš Jan 26, 2011  1367 ieraksti zzzero May 26 2011 at 02:02
one issue that i studied, during this project, was belief systems.

it is my opinion that every action that we take, every thing that we do...

it is all governed by our personal belief systems.

peace out,


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