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J. Kevin Robbins
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So how was the apocalypse in your part of the world? We barely noticed it here. So disappointing.


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Jesper de Jong
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It was really foggy this morning, I couldn't see more than about 50 meters. Now the fog is clearing.

Clearly the old world has gone and it looks like a whole new world now.


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Joe Ess
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The day isn't over yet. We have Draco shaking things up.


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Paul Clapham
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Jesper de Jong wrote:Clearly the old world has gone and it looks like a whole new world now.


Yes, I think that's exactly what happened. The old world was destroyed and we've all been transported to a new one which is identical to the old one.
Jayesh A Lalwani
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We are all dead. The only problem is heaven is just like the world we used to live in, so no one noticed that they died
Paul Clapham
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Joe Ess wrote:The day isn't over yet. We have Draco shaking things up.


For a minute I thought you were referring to this Draco or maybe this Draco.
Pat Farrell
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Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:We are all dead. The only problem is heaven is just like the world we used to live in, so no one noticed that they died

You sure this is heaven? Or perhaps its really hell?
Bruno Candido Volpato da Cunha
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Joe Ess wrote:The day isn't over yet. We have Draco shaking things up.


Now it's over.
Live long and prosper to all of you.


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marc weber
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Pat Farrell wrote:... You sure this is heaven? Or perhaps its really hell?

Yes, this is heaven. I mean, we still have Facebook, so... Uh, wait a second.


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Frank Silbermann
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More evidence that the world ended:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSTHOqO6A7Q

Randall Twede
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i think Jayesh might be on to something. but this sure isn't heaven for me.


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