34 posted 323 days ago by Zap_Powerz 323 days ago by Zap_Powerz +36 / -2 57 comments share 57 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Reminds me of the opening scene of Children of Men. Clive Owens’ character just heading into work and asking for the rest of the day off in the middle of a dystopian/childless future
Any day now
when i was in iraq, the thing that struck me the most was that they still had rush hour traffic and people who were lucky enough to have jobs, still went to work everyday. because people have a desire to eat and have something left over, everybody from small shopkeepers to large businesses adapted to the new reality and tried their best to keep their shelves full by adapting and establishing new supply chains, etc. it was mostly the rich who could even afford to pay off smugglers in order to leave.
There is nothing lucky about rush hour traffic.
You guys are still working?
I quit in the winter; all I do now are cash jobs for my neighbors, friends, and family.
Lol yea we are because "cash jobs for friends and family" doesnt pay the insanely high rent and food costs just to stay alive.
Good luck with that.
You own your own house and taxes aren't insane where you are at?
Yeah, since last fall. But I live day to day: in preparation, at work and in enjoying what is.
Live your life while you're still alive.
Don't postpone shit.
Fragmentation may happen. I doubt collapse will.
I'm pretty confident that I live in a functional county in a functional state.
To be fair you have been saying the vaccinated were going to die after 3 months, then a year, now 2 years. What will be your next excuse when mass die offs don't happen this fall/winter?
Not to take either side, but I have observed zero 'real' effects on people/population from either 'covid' or the vaccines. Like, no discernible differences from any other year. The only thing still weird to me is how there are staffing shortages at jobs that were relatively well staffed 2 years ago; i'm fairly certain all the unemployment stuff in my state/region ended quite a while ago.
Maybe my net is a bit wider but previous clients of mine have posted on various sources that a strange amount of their staff was dying. The pattern was so odd let alone these often included young, healthy people.
That plus the massive sigma increases in life insurance pay outs. Not seeing it as much anymore but to ignore numbers is nutty at this point (looking at you, 26 sigma drop in Taiwans birth rate.)
Admittedly, my net mostly consists of 25-60 year olds, but also my parents, my wife's parents, and her extended family are all 65-80. The other commenter suggested I "don't go out" which is relatively inaccurate. I'd have to assume I 'go out' and meet/know more than the average person my age (certainly not as much as others, but I'd guess somewhere in the 60-75th percentile? idk).
I'm inclined to believe your/other people's data, its just odd that its not been observable to me at all. 100 people from job a, hundred to thousands from job b (i'd def know if someone died or had any debilitating medical issues there), friends, family, etc. Worst thing that's happened is some people had cold/flu symptoms for a couple weeks. And like 2 people in my wife's extended family died, but that's normal for a couple year period and people over 60...
Idk, of course this is all just anecdotal / my personal experience, just strange
I'm with you. Only things I'd like to pin on the vax from folks but probably just them getting older. Super weird but true.
Yes but you dont go out .you must be the only one then
I've been staying in Southern California since Christmas to care for my tripple vaxxxed uncle who has been very sick. Most of my friends and family unfortunately got the jabs and have had heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and shitting blood. I hear ambulance sirens every 20 to 30 minutes all day and night in a county of 325K people (Riverside California). I looked up the EMS website to see the statistics and it's 4500 calls a month compared to last year of 2000 per month. It said the ambulances had to wait or re route an estimated 4000 hours of time do to hospitals are to busy to off load patients. Sooooo yeah people are dropping dead. I have also been working for an estate sale company and they have never been this busy with liquidation of estates of people that have passed away
Yeah people die all the time it's called life. Your claim is 30-50% die off which won't happen in fall/winter. Will you admit you are wrong when that doesn't happen?
This you? –Zap_Powerz [S] 3 hours ago +1 / -0 If 30 to 50% of your county are dead within a few years, it will no longer be functional.
If it's not it will come suddenly and easily and you're already dead.
While, at times, I've felt the same way, this outlook is a lot like the promised global warming catastrophe. It's not coming that quick, you don't need to panic, it's not going to look like the apocalypse you were promised. But, your life is going to change (it always will) and you need to start making smart decisions to be independent and prepared. This applies to both natural disasters and economic uncertainty.
He arouse after 3 days while his disciples were still alive. You're just twisting the verses.
You are referring to Matthew 24:34. Context is important. In the preceding paragraph, Jesus detailed the events of the Great Tribulation. We know from Daniel’s prophecy that this period of time from the beginning of the Tribulation to Christ’s return is to be about 7 years. A few verses earlier in Matthew, the reason was given, “And if those days had not been cut short, no human being would be saved. But for the sake of the elect those days will be cut short.”
The meaning is that once the Tribulation begins, that particular generation “will not pass away until all these things take place.”
Jesus returns every year.
Not my website.
But make no mistake, Evil exists in this word from the likes of the World Economic Forum (WEF), WHO, the CDC, and others.
You won't see that chaos.
Instead if shit hits the fan, it will resemble Soviet Russia.
You will simply roll over and die. That's it.
Yeah the uncertainty really sucks. I think all of us were raised in an era of abundance and expected a much different kind of future than what we see in the near term here. I wonder when the shoe is going to drop. Speaking of which I should probably start prepping now that I have more storage space for food.
Would I still have to work 5PM to 5AM during the apocalypse? I sure hope not I become a zombie after 2 AM.
can't wait bring it on
yap. i think of it every single day while im on the road delivering. i think i will be safe though because people are going to want their food and groceries even during the apocalypse. lol. so...im just waiting and livin in up until the crash comes. this is NOT sustainable
I work at a gas station 2 miles away from the Shit-Heart of Detroit. I can't get a gun and they pay me $15 an hour to wait for some poop-chicken to blow my head off.