36 Responses

  1. mooshu says:

    Oh, c’mon now. We’re far too busy planning all the ways we’re gonna get wasted at house parties next year on the first weekend of March to pay attention to real world events!

    :: Sarcasm off ::

    Tell those you love that you love them. We’re in for a rough few years, a lot of starting over, and I’m not even basing this on the Mayan schedule.

  2. hoboken411 says:

    Some folks are suggesting the HAARP experiment caused the earthquake… interesting

  3. mooshu says:

    Have read bits of HAARP stuff since the beginning of last year, post the earthquake in Haiti. Didn’t want to believe it but when you have thousands of fish floating dead on water, and thousands of birds falling to their deaths at once, well… it raises concerns.

  4. hoboken411 says:

    I wonder what would happen if that nuclear reactor melted down and a plume of radioactive gases were released in the atmosphere.. look a the jet stream – would that affect the west coast of the U.S.?

    • hoboken411 says:

      Also – on March 20th – the moon will be closer to earth than it has been in the last 18 years (i.e., affecting gravity)…

      http://www.predictweather.com/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=339&type=home

      Wonder what will happen next?

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        One can be sure of a high rate of forms of cancer in due time..funny the japanese used the jet stream to float parachute bombs toward washington and oregon during ww2.. Moosu may be right.forget the mayan schedule..May be a higher power showing us the signs to smarten up or else… 😉 [quote comment=”204376″]Also – on March 20th – the moon will be closer to earth than it has been in the last 18 years (i.e., affecting gravity)…Wonder what will happen next?[/quote]

  5. Margaret says:

    Hey, Mooshu, right on about the birds falling and the fish. Dolphins also. Consulted Nasa and they suggest several reasons for this but they are only possibilities. Our Earth which is always wiggling changed it’s course slightly. The Poles and magnetism were affected,
    and since the birds and beasts have a small amount of iron in their brains they got lost and flew into thunderstorms. Another cause might be pollution! Glad you look closely at Science..I do too…..December 21 2011 the Mayans date for the earth to shift again and the poles switch magnetism with each other. Any flying object or fish or other organism with the magnetic attraction in their brains might have another problem. This also affects gravity, but no one can explain how…positive or negative charges..Cell phones, televisions
    etc. might be affected, no one knows exactly how or how much…SCARY…. :roll:

  6. emarche says:

    “Glad you look closely at Science..I do too”

    No, you don’t. Apparently you don’t look at history, either.

    “…..December 21 2011 the Mayans date for the earth to shift again and the poles switch magnetism with each other.”

    If you actually took the time to read up on the Mayans and this whole magic show associated with the end of the world, you’d know that this isn’t the case. The date is simply the end of their calendar: nothing more, nothing less. The Mayans never said anything aout poles shifting, magnetism or anything else like that.

    And as far as the whole ‘super moon’ phenomenon is concerned, it will have zero effect on gravity. That’s a fact.

    Finally, with regard to HAARP: Noone’s using the Ionosphere as a weapon. Ever. Again, that’s a fact. But if you’re really that concerned, I have some Reynolds Wrap lying around – feel free to use if you want to make hats.

    Scary to think how far a little baseless knowledge can go.

    • mooshu says:

      Listen, I’ve said nothing about siding with the Mayans. I take bits of every kind of information, mix it up, and come up with what sounds right to me, or what makes the most sense. And I can’t help but believe that all these dead animals are floating and falling thousands of feet to their deaths a result of manmade arrogance and stupidity. It’s not THAT far-out of a notion to disagree with how you perceive the world works. So f*cking deal with it.

      Quite frankly, none of us knows exactly what’s going to happen in the future. But one thing’s for certain: if we’re hit with an asteroid, we’ll be fortunate. All that poison in the ocean is not going to disappear because you say so. It is going to affect us all.

      Don’t abuse Margaret or Perry due to their thoughts because you think it’ll makes your penis look bigger. It doesn’t, and the rest of us are tired of that. [quote comment=”204383″]“Glad you look closely at Science..I do too”No, you don’t. Apparently you don’t look at history, either.“…..December 21 2011 the Mayans date for the earth to shift again and the poles switch magnetism with each other.”If you actually took the time to read up on the Mayans and this whole magic show associated with the end of the world, you’d know that this isn’t the case. The date is simply the end of their calendar: nothing more, nothing less. The Mayans never said anything aout poles shifting, magnetism or anything else like that. And as far as the whole ’super moon’ phenomenon is concerned, it will have effect on gravity. That’s a fact.Finally, with regard to HAARP: Noone’s using the Ionosphere as a weapon. Ever. Again, that’s a fact. But if you’re really that concerned, I have some Reynolds Wrap lying around – feel free to use if you want to make hats. Scary to think how far a little baseless knowledge can go.[/quote]

    • greentea says:

      Isn’t it absolutely frightening and depressing how not only unwilling but seemingly incapable some people are of comprehending basic logic and rationality? Yeah, slim chance that humanity will ever transcend base fear-mongering and the prejudice of ignorance. There’s kind of no point in arguing with these people, especially if they believe that an asteroid capable of “peeling away life on Earth as though it were a skin in a matter of hours” would be “better” for the planet.[quote comment=”204383″]“Glad you look closely at Science..I do too”No, you don’t. Apparently you don’t look at history, either.“…..December 21 2011 the Mayans date for the earth to shift again and the poles switch magnetism with each other.”If you actually took the time to read up on the Mayans and this whole magic show associated with the end of the world, you’d know that this isn’t the case. The date is simply the end of their calendar: nothing more, nothing less. The Mayans never said anything aout poles shifting, magnetism or anything else like that. And as far as the whole ’super moon’ phenomenon is concerned, it will have effect on gravity. That’s a fact.Finally, with regard to HAARP: Noone’s using the Ionosphere as a weapon. Ever. Again, that’s a fact. But if you’re really that concerned, I have some Reynolds Wrap lying around – feel free to use if you want to make hats. Scary to think how far a little baseless knowledge can go.[/quote]

  7. emarche says:

    Ignorance truly is bliss for you, isn’t? Well, maybe not until someone throws in a dick joke or penis reference, right? Thanks for missing my point entirely and for once again demonstrating the breadth and the depth of your status as Town Fool.

    “Quite frankly, none of us knows exactly what’s going to happen in the future.”

    Wow. Deep insight.

    “But one thing’s for certain: if we’re hit with an asteroid, we’ll be fortunate.”

    No, we won’t. An asteroid strike doesn’t necessarily mean a quick, painless death. As a matter of fact an asteroid strike means a greater likelihood of a very nasty, drawn-out death for all of us. Nothing fortunate about that.

    “All that poison in the ocean is not going to disappear because you say so. It is going to affect us all.”

    I don’t really know where to begin with that one, but poison’s not the thing that’s going to bring death, destruction, etc. to the ocean. First thing that’s going to do that is over-fishing, which will completely (if it hasn’t already) screw up the food-chain. But then again, life/nature has a funny way of surviving – no matter how bad we humans screw up, no matter how badly we trash the place, I’ve got news for you: life will go on long after we’re here. That’s very, very basic science.

    Finally,

    “Don’t abuse Margaret or Perry due to their thoughts”

    Both Margaret and Perry have thicker skins that you can possibly begin to comprehend. Both can handle themselves, both can defend their positions and are free to do so. And do you even realize the hypocrisy of typing something that on the tail of a response that closes with, “Don’t abuse Margaret or Perry due to their thoughts because you think it’ll makes your penis look bigger. It doesn’t, and the rest of us are tired of that”?

    No, you probably don’t. Too busy trying to think up the next dick joke, right?

    • mooshu says:

      No, there’s no need to think up another dick joke. I’ve pretty much said it all in my previous comment. And no worries, I expected a PMSy retort out of you.

      The problem in our ocean is a *little* deeper than over-fishing, but I guess your pea-brain and disproportionate Mars-sized ego will never comprehend that no matter how much reality is thrown in your face. It’s OK. I expect this out of people who think they know everything about the planet on the basis of how much they read, how super-educated they are or, you know, on the basis of their devotion to “The Jersey Shore”.

      I wish I could feel insulted, but I honestly am not (a clear indicator of what my own “skin” is like). However, I’ll say I’m insulted if it makes you feel better, k?

      Good luck to you… and to those drugged-up enough to live with you.
      [quote comment=”204391″]Ignorance truly is bliss for you, isn’t? Well, maybe not until someone throws in a dick joke or penis reference, right? Thanks for missing my point entirely and for once again demonstrating the breadth and the depth of your status as Town Fool. “Quite frankly, none of us knows exactly what’s going to happen in the future.”Wow. Deep insight. “But one thing’s for certain: if we’re hit with an asteroid, we’ll be fortunate.”No, we won’t. An asteroid strike doesn’t necessarily mean a quick, painless death. As a matter of fact an asteroid strike means a greater likelihood of a very nasty, drawn-out death for all of us. Nothing fortunate about that. “All that poison in the ocean is not going to disappear because you say so. It is going to affect us all.”I don’t really know where to begin with that one, but poison’s not the thing that’s going to bring death, destruction, etc. to the ocean. First thing that’s going to do that is over-fishing, which will completely (if it hasn’t already) screw up the food-chain. But then again, life/nature has a funny way of surviving – no matter how bad we humans screw up, no matter how badly we trash the place, I’ve got news for you: life will go on long after we’re here. That’s very, very basic science.Finally,“Don’t abuse Margaret or Perry due to their thoughts”Both Margaret and Perry have thicker skins that you can possibly begin to comprehend. Both can handle themselves, both can defend their positions and are free to do so. And do you even realize the hypocrisy of typing something that on the tail of a response that closes with, “Don’t abuse Margaret or Perry due to their thoughts because you think it’ll makes your penis look bigger. It doesn’t, and the rest of us are tired of that”? No, you probably don’t. Too busy trying to think up the next dick joke, right?[/quote]

  8. homeworld says:

    Seriously, you’re blaming the Unites States for this natural disaster?! That’s as ridiculous as all of the Youtube comments saying the Japanese deserved this because of Pearl Harbor.

  9. homeworld says:

    JESS BOSS WITNESSED HAARP ARRANGE THE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE!!!

    • HoneyDew says:

      I don’t know how Haarp is, and I can’t watch videos at work. How did HAARP cause the quake? Is this supposed to be funny. It’s very tragic.[quote comment=”204397″]JESS BOSS WITNESSED HAARP ARRANGE THE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE!!![/quote]

      • homeworld says:

        I was mocking the conspiracy folks. [quote comment=”204419″]I don’t know how Haarp is, and I can’t watch videos at work. How did HAARP cause the quake? Is this supposed to be funny. It’s very tragic.

        [/quote]

  10. homeworld says:

    Another explosion at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant… Should Californians start stocking up on Potassium Iodine?

  11. mooshu says:

    I should have been more specific about the kind of asteroid I was referring to– not an itty-bitty one, but a juicy one capable of peeling away life on Earth as though it were a skin in a matter of hours. Asteroids are plenty and come in all sizes. We haven’t experienced a collision in a while. And Earth, eh, it’s just a little planet in the middle of other planets, unique because of H2O. But don’t take the idea that we’re just a little part of a big solar system from me. Here:

    http://keetsa.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/asteroid-belt.jpg

    Never did I say that Earth won’t regenerate itself. It will, and will probably do much better for itself without us here.

  12. mooshu says:

    Not frightening or depressing, so don’t turn this into a Lifetime drama or FOX news. It’s life. It’s the way it is. We’re not more special than any other species, yet most like to think they are. We don’t live in an invincible and special planet, many just like to think we do. This is why I value moments, not what I may decide to do eight hours from now. We’re not an exception to “how things work” no matter what. Apologies.

    • greentea says:

      What the hell are you talking about? Can you actually follow a line of reasoning in your mind at all? Do you have some kind of disability I should be sensitive to? A massive asteroid colliding with Earth means the end of all life, not just human lives. You have such a dim view on mankind, yet you think your own life is precious and special. Whatever. And yes, I am frightened and depressed by the sheer fucking idiocy you’ve displayed over the past few comments. There are 11-year-olds more lucid than you.[quote comment=”204406″]Not frightening or depressing, so don’t turn this into a Lifetime drama or FOX news. It’s life. It’s the way it is. We’re not more special than any other species, yet most like to think they are. We don’t live in an invincible and special planet, many just like to think we do. This is why I value moments, not what I may decide to do eight hours from now. We’re not an exception to “how things work” no matter what. Apologies.[/quote]

      • mooshu says:

        Do I have some kind of disability? Original.

        Hey, greentea. In case you aren’t aware, we’ve experienced mass extinctions due to collisions. And guess what happened next?

        I’ll tell you. LIFE CONTINUED. Maybe in different forms, but it continued. So get the fuck off your high horse. You’re not that special, human asshole.[quote comment=”204468″]What the hell are you talking about? Can you actually follow a line of reasoning in your mind at all? Do you have some kind of disability I should be sensitive to? A massive asteroid colliding with Earth means the end of all life, not just human lives. You have such a dim view on mankind, yet you think your own life is precious and special. Whatever. And yes, I am frightened and depressed by the sheer fucking idiocy you’ve displayed over the past few comments. There are 11-year-olds more lucid than you.

        [/quote]

      • Hoboken17 says:

        Ahhhh the hipocrisy never ends……

        Let’s just take a quick look at these gems:

        “Do I have some kind of disability? Original.” Is it any less original than jokes about someone’s genitalia? Really?

        “I’m just open to what others think and know” – LOL. Sure you are, until that person disagrees with you at which point they are clearly an idiot who should move out of Hoboken because they cant hold a relationship with a significant other, they have no job or life and sit home all day long and play with their undersized package.

        “So get the fuck off your high horse. You’re not that special, human asshole.” – LMAO. This comes from someone who is arguably the most condescending person on this site. If I had a penny for every post you tell someone how stupid they are and they need to get a life I’d be a very rich person.

        You stand above EVERYONE when it comes to intelligence so how dare anyone try to call you out when you say absurd things like nobody from NY destroys our town on SPD or that nobody from NJ ever gives up their seat on public transportation. Do you really believe these things? Did you actually go through every citation with our police department? Are you omnipresent….on every bus and every Path train? Comical. Oh, and I expect some juvenile response because although you like to say that you usually dont waste time on people like me your response rate is at 100% and you ALWAYS have to get in the last word. So go for it little girl.

        [quote comment=”204485″]Do I have some kind of disability? Original.Hey, greentea. In case you aren’t aware, we’ve experienced mass extinctions due to collisions. And guess what happened next? I’ll tell you. LIFE CONTINUED. Maybe in different forms, but it continued. So get the fuck off your high horse. You’re not that special, human asshole.[/quote]

      • mooshu says:

        Another dog sniffing my ass.

        Sigh. Must be something in the water.

        Look, Hoboken17-year-old, I’m really flattered by your honoring my intelligence so, but I’m not interested in you and I don’t want any of your attention. Also, I don’t think I’m smarter than anyone else. So why don’t you take your little-bitch snark and your puss-boy attitude and go become an actor for a non-profit or something? Go where someone will want you, OK? OK.

        [quote comment=”204492″]Ahhhh the hipocrisy never ends……Let’s just take a quick look at these gems:“Do I have some kind of disability? Original.” Is it any less original than jokes about someone’s genitalia? Really?“I’m just open to what others think and know” – LOL. Sure you are, until that person disagrees with you at which point they are clearly an idiot who should move out of Hoboken because they cant hold a relationship with a significant other, they have no job or life and sit home all day long and play with their undersized package.“So get the fuck off your high horse. You’re not that special, human asshole.” – LMAO. This comes from someone who is arguably the most condescending person on this site. If I had a penny for every post you tell someone how stupid they are and they need to get a life I’d be a very rich person.You stand above EVERYONE when it comes to intelligence so how dare anyone try to call you out when you say absurd things like nobody from NY destroys our town on SPD or that nobody from NJ ever gives up their seat on public transportation. Do you really believe these things? Did you actually go through every citation with our police department? Are you omnipresent….on every bus and every Path train? Comical. Oh, and I expect some juvenile response because although you like to say that you usually dont waste time on people like me your response rate is at 100% and you ALWAYS have to get in the last word. So go for it little girl.

        [/quote]

      • HoneyDew says:

        Mooshu is a bitch who has no idea how dumb she is. Moving on we should ignore her.[quote comment=”204492″]Ahhhh the hipocrisy never ends……Let’s just take a quick look at these gems:“Do I have some kind of disability? Original.” Is it any less original than jokes about someone’s genitalia? Really?“I’m just open to what others think and know” – LOL. Sure you are, until that person disagrees with you at which point they are clearly an idiot who should move out of Hoboken because they cant hold a relationship with a significant other, they have no job or life and sit home all day long and play with their undersized package.“So get the fuck off your high horse. You’re not that special, human asshole.” – LMAO. This comes from someone who is arguably the most condescending person on this site. If I had a penny for every post you tell someone how stupid they are and they need to get a life I’d be a very rich person.You stand above EVERYONE when it comes to intelligence so how dare anyone try to call you out when you say absurd things like nobody from NY destroys our town on SPD or that nobody from NJ ever gives up their seat on public transportation. Do you really believe these things? Did you actually go through every citation with our police department? Are you omnipresent….on every bus and every Path train? Comical. Oh, and I expect some juvenile response because although you like to say that you usually dont waste time on people like me your response rate is at 100% and you ALWAYS have to get in the last word. So go for it little girl.

        [/quote]

      • mooshu says:

        At least I’m not the one who blamed rape victims for their own rape.
        [quote comment=”204500″]Mooshu is a bitch who has no idea how dumb she is. Moving on we should ignore her.

        [/quote]

      • HoneyDew says:

        True. You’re just the one that started with everyone on here and acts surprised that no one likes you.

        [quote comment=”204505″]At least I’m not the one who blamed rape victims for their own rape.

        [/quote]

  13. Town Drunk says:

    According to the Governor of Tokyo, this disaster was punishment from above because Japanese have become greedy.

  14. mooshu says:

    Google “HAARP”. There’s a fun wealth of information on the web about it.

    And before anyone gets their panties in a twist, all I’ve said is that there’s a fun wealth of information on the web about HAARP, not that I am here to lead a parade into mass hysteria.

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      MOOSHU..if you google ww2 history..the japanese used the jet stream to float parachute bombs toward the west coast..A family on a picnic were killed..and fires were started in oregon washington coast..The crux of the matter is this jet stream can carry deadly radiation towards our coast..this brings cancer agents along with it.
      I was under the impression that Japan had restrictions on nuke plants and a miniimal mililitary…preposed in 1946 under general Marshall.. birds are falling and fish are dying for good reason and its not a Hitchcock movie..Give us enough time and we will destroy ourselves..Remember we have three mile iisland close by and another facility in the forked river area…Cancer just don’t come out of the blue..just my toughts. :roll: [quote comment=”204433″]Google “HAARP”. There’s a fun wealth of information on the web about it. And before anyone gets their panties in a twist, all I’ve said is that there’s a fun wealth of information on the web about HAARP, not that I am here to lead a parade into mass hysteria.[/quote]

      • mooshu says:

        I am well aware that radiation isn’t only going to affect Japan. Believe me, I understand that. I agree with you.

        Some theorize that a few things are taking shape to control mass populations from here on. And that what’s happened in Japan has to do with the country’s reluctance in “doing business” with other nations. I’m not saying this is true– I’m just open to what others think and know and don’t keep my head up my behind… There is nothing wrong with that.[quote comment=”204457″]MOOSHU..if you google ww2 history..the japanese used the jet stream to float parachute bombs toward the west coast..A family on a picnic were killed..and fires were started in oregon washington coast..The crux of the matter is this jet stream can carry deadly radiation towards our coast..this brings cancer agents along with it.
        I was under the impression that Japan had restrictions on nuke plants and a miniimal mililitary…preposed in 1946 under general Marshall.. birds are falling and fish are dying for good reason and its not a Hitchcock movie..Give us enough time and we will destroy ourselves..Remember we have three mile iisland close by and another facility in the forked river area…Cancer just don’t come out of the blue..just my toughts.

        [/quote]

  15. hoboken411 says:

    The most shocking video I’ve seen yet – absolutely mind-boggling the power of the water. Frightening –


    New tsunami footage by timbarracuda

  16. mooshu says:

    And because Japan hasn’t had quite enough happening, there’s a tsunami warning circulating…

  17. hoboken411 says:

    HAARP Alert: Not sure who saw the sky this morning shortly before 2am, but these even lines were spotted with the naked eye over NYC. They were there for about 10 minutes and disappeared. The whole sky had evenly drawn lines across it. I have multiple camera images to support this eyewitness account:

    Hmm…

  18. The Professor says:

    HAARP can have devastating effects, and I believe it already has. Nice catch re: these strange lines in the sky, 411. Very unusual…

  19. costume says:

    It’s from the chemtrails while they put the bombs in the WTC during the fake moon landing. Wake up sheeple!

    • emarche says:

      Please. Everyone knows it’s the Easter Bunny doing a few practice runs on Santa’s new sleigh. He’s got an Overex 1210 on that thing – of course it’s going to leave a mark on the sky.

      [quote comment=”206056″]It’s from the chemtrails while they put the bombs in the WTC during the fake moon landing. Wake up sheeple![/quote]

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