HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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Published: January 1, 2012
Now you all have one year left to live.

No regrets.

Never.
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Never forget, never surrender, never regret!

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NEVAAAAAAARRRRR!
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No regrets! :w00t:
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... Wow, now thats kind of a depressing thought, when you put it that way XD
Although, I agree.
No Regrets!
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Lol ;) In reference to the 2012 mayan calendar and the interpretation of this year being "THE END OF THE WORLD". I have nothing to fear though- even if doomsday is upon us. Which is isn't. ;0
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Haha yeah, thats what I'd figured. Its still depressing to think that the world might possibly end-- think about how much effort has been put into building the wonders that we know-- like the pyramids, or the Easter Island Moai, and if the world ends, it may very well go to waste.
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If it was enjoyed during life and during the existence of civilization, then it didn't go to waste. I dont think the pyramids or easter island statues were meant to last forever and ever. They stand as a testament to human capability, a reminder of civilizations that no longer exist- cultures who have met their own doomsdays. We all have enjoyed, learned, and stood in awe of the accomplishment of lost civilizations and in death those experiences may become meaningless- but in life they were invaluable. :)

But again- the end of the world wont happen this year or any year in the near future for that matter. ...probably. :D
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Haha, yeah, I doubt it will end anytime soon. If we survived Y2K, I'm sure Dec. 21 will be nothing as well XD Though, I do forsee toiletpaper shortages again lmao.

I remember when Y2K hit, I sat there in my living room with my toy laptop reader toy-thingee (it was for phonics, I think) and I was waiting for it to grow legs and become a monster robot lol. Of course, I would have been 6 at the time, but I was still hoping XD
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Omg that's hilarious! A toy laptop turning into a robot. I didn't know what y2k was going to bring either, but I was just as concerned. I was at my dad's house that weekend and I remember sitting on the balcony waiting for screams and fires to erupt everywhere in the oncoming darkness.

We're all gonna be fine though- just as you said! But I have little doubt that we're going to be sitting and waiting on that day for the "monster machine" and the "fires and mayhem" just as we were when we were young.

Probably.
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