y2k – the millennium bug – a balanced christian response

y2k - the millennium bug - a balanced christian response

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    21 Responses to y2k – the millennium bug – a balanced christian response

    1. O rly? There was a standardized Christian response to the Y2K bug? *facepalm*

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    2. To sum it up: PRAY AND KISS YOUR ASS GOODBYE.

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    3. Personally I`d rather stick my tongue in Summer Glau`s ass

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    4. Was this written prior to the new millennium?

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    5. @nyokki: no it was only published last week, it took them that long to get it through legal…

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    6. I bet there was a lot of Christians disappointed when Jesus didn’t “return” on January 1, 2000. Yet they continue in their delusion…

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    7. @AlecDalek:
      Wait a sec, how do you know that Jesus didn’t return in 2000?

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    8. I happen to know for a fact he has returned. And, he guides all true believers through his comments on M[c]S. He has simply brought his message up to speed with technology.

      For more information and to be truly saved, please send $1000 to me. Thanks. and God Bless.

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    9. @AlecDalek: Probably gonna be just as disappointed when 2013 rolls around and everything’s still ticking along as normal…

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    10. @Tyger42:
      Wait a sec, if 2013 rolls around and your not Rapturing with Jesus – you’re gonna be pretty disappointed about a lot of things!

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    11. oh that’s right. only christians thought Y2k was going to happen

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    12. @ack: The Rapture, ha ha! Not only is it far-fetched, there’s no mention of it in the Bible, and I’ve read the whole thing through over a dozen times.

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    13. I thought Christians didn’t believe in the internet.

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    14. The Internet doesn’t believe in Christians.

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    15. I think I must have missed something since I try to stay as far as possible from religious nutjobs. I know the mayan calender ends in 2012 sometime and supposedly is supposed to be when the world ends, but what does this have to do with christians?

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    16. @Qumefox: Well since Jesus didn’t return when the Bible said he would, they’re now holding out for 2012, since maybe God told the Mayans the right date. You can’t dissuade them. The Bible says Homosexuality is a choice, but science proved that to be false, so they just ignore science (except when they need the services of a Doctor). They’re pretty dumb fucks.

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    17. @ack: Perhaps he did return, but the computers didn’t tell us ’cause they thought it was 1900.

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    18. @AlecDalek: To clarify- The Mayan translation for 2012 means-‘”END of GOD/GODs.” so waiting for “jesus” might just suck.

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    19. @Flappycunt: Cool! So only 3 more years of Religion and we’re all free!

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    20. @nyokki: LOL I don’t think the computers would be able to tell us either way. I doubt they were programed with that particular piece of info. I have yet to see any working code for bool Check_Jesus_Return() 😛

      @AlecDalek: Actually i get the feeling they’ll figure it all out and flip over into a new calendar, just like everyone else… 🙂

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