Date: 12/03/11 03:09:40 pm Title: Chapter 1
...I am now slightly creeped out. This is a really dark way of thinking (The same kind that comes to me perodically..... don't ask). Of course, if some people don't realize things like this, who will? (Duh... No one...You know what I mean...)
And the people believed: and when they heard that the Lord had visited the children of Israel, and that he had looked upon their affliction, then they bowed their heads and worshipped.
Date: 12/03/11 11:46:55 am Title: Chapter 1
Oh... that's not good. I'm just glad DCB wasn't there when it happened. Nad Conifer, technically, nothing on Earth's been alive for 1,893,415,558,482 years. The planet is only 4 mil years old. Just saying.
And waves actually hit the US coast last night? I've never been more glad I don't live right next to the beach...
Author's Response: No, 1,893,415,558,482 milliseconds, or 60 years. ^.^
Date: 12/03/11 06:25:24 am Title: Chapter 1
Hmm.. yeah, I agree I suppose. I had a schooltrip on yesterday and didn't see or hear any news until I got home. I had that feeling, you know... where you know exactly what you were doing at that time and then you think about what was happening to them. It's even worse when you read the wiki page on it and it's a lot worse than reading the TV Tropes page on Nightmare Fuel and Downer Endings, which puts into perspective to be honest. I was in a sort of denial I think until I found this page which just makes you realise that, yes, this did happen and, yes, hundreds of people have died or lives are ruined http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12721552
But first it was the earthquake, then the tsunami and then there's that nuclear powerstation in Fukushima which could end up like Chenobyl. It's really depressing and it may seem selfish but I'm just glad that no-one I know lives there.
Hopefully they'll recover though, I'm praying that they do...
Date: 11/03/11 11:45:41 pm Title: Chapter 1
Yes, it certainly does make you think. Also, if you are into religion, it says that there will be multiple huge earthquakes and tsunamis during the end times, and we seem to be hitting that never-before-seen scale with these 8.9-ers. I hope I get to finish college before the world ends, however.
Author's Response: Hmm...well,personally, I don't believe any of the "The world is going to end" stuff. Mostly because over 3/4s of the world's population is stupid. (Not meant badly, of course. I guess it's more that we're so ignorant.) But yeah.