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    Saturday, May 21, 2011


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    I think it's supposed to happen at 6pm, right? I'll see you at 6:01!


    Apparently, reading wasn't high on the list of this Camping guy's agenda. It says very plain and simply that we won't know the day or the hour... there are phrases like "a thief in the night"... but I guess he simply got on the Jesus Hotline and asked, right... lol.

    Such a maroon.


    Ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Leave it to the Oatmeal! Yep, still here, but I expected to be. I've been a vera bad girl.


    I'm still here. Muffins coming out of the oven shortly.


    Of course I'm still here, and will remain so (and if by chance I'm not? won't have anything to do with xtian beliefs)
    Thank you, had two helpings of Oats this morning, one on the computer and the other in a bowl :^) life is good.


    Still here. And not surprised.
    Thanks for the lovely bowl of Oatmeal!


    So, do you suppose lots of pollen is a sign of things to come?

    Here's hoping there is kleenex in hell.


    OMG that is too funny! Today is my birthday and my friend is taking me to dinner @ 6:00 - I'm going to DEMAND excellant service just in case. Not that I'll be getting taken, but what if the chef goes?


    Oh wait - maybe I'll just order dessert first...


    Of course, I am. Some old white guy scamming money out of people isn't going to change anything. I cannot believe people for his schitck twice! Amazing.

    elizabeth a airhart

    i think i am still here
    but then i talk to the trees
    but they don't listen to me
    oh dear i am in camelot


    Lori on Little Traverse Bay

    Me, too! (Still here, that is...)

    Our local bookstore was offering perpetual pet- and lawn-care services to loyal customers who might be "leaving." Also, a 10% tithing (discount) to those left behind. I forgot to go in and take advantage, so maybe they think I'm gone!

    Seanna Lea

    I saw that shortly after the Rapture and I nearly spit up on my computer!

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