View Poll Results: Do you want the world to end?

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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    Quote Originally Posted by repeter View Post
    Any reason you think that it is going to end?
    I will answer with a quote from an American film - "because everything sucks".

    Oh, perhaps I should have defined "the end of the world" first. It means "the end of the world as we know it", end of this phony civilization.
    As to the collapse of the solar system and the "big fire", there is quite some time to that.


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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    I guess i dont really want the world to end, but a really good plague would be nice. The only thing that the environmentalits have right is that there are too many ppl out there. More specifically too many STUPID ppl, so I want the world to keep turning, just with less ppl

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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    Quote Originally Posted by beholdaredhorse View Post
    I guess i dont really want the world to end, but a really good plague would be nice. The only thing that the environmentalits have right is that there are too many ppl out there. More specifically too many STUPID ppl, so I want the world to keep turning, just with less ppl
    I am sure I will be labeled warped or demented for agree with you here but I feel similarly. While I wish no death or suffering on people I would enjoy a world with far less people. I am someone who has never really enjoyed social interaction or artificial landscapes. As a teen I used to go long treks that would sometimes last weeks into the wilderness (camping, canoeing, hunting, fishing, ext.) , sometimes alone. I prefer nature over modern civilization. As an adult I have found that I have fallen into a more modern lifestyle out of necessity more then desire.

    As the world becomes more populated it become more and more difficult to achieve solitude in the lower 48. Many of the places I used to roam as a teen are now neighborhoods, shopping malls, highways, ect and it will continue to become worse. I fear in another generation or two there wont be any truly untamed expanses left. From a personal standpoint I feel a world population not exceeding 300 million would be near perfect. Enough of a population where human interaction is very possible if you want it but low enough you could avoid it for a lifetime.

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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    You know Im just tired of walking about our "civilization" and seeing such worthless piles that we call "People" sucking on the government utter and expecting me to work for their entitlements. Also, the rapists, child molesters and murderers that we pass through our revolving door justice system when each of them should of had their lives extinguished for what they have done. So maybe we, as a civilization, are deserving a "judgement day". I will be labeled as an extremist for saying such things but i dont care lol.

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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    If the human race were to suddenly disappear tomorrow, that would certainly reduce the carbon footprint, wouldn't it? In every generation since the beginning of time, there have been those who suggested the end was near. So far that hasn't happened, and no reason to believe that time is anywhere near imminent now. Having said that, wouldn't you like to be the last guy standing who, as human existence crumbles around you gets to say "I told ya so!"?
    Harnessing the awesome power of mediocrity.

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    Re: End of the wolrd?

    That would be one terrible nightmare!

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