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THE DOOMTARDS FAIL YET AGAIN

2012failSo the date of December 21st, 2012 is finally here.
The winter solstice has happened, the calendar has ended, we’re still here! No Nibiru, no asteroid or comet, no massive solar flare, no giant earthquakes and no alien invasion.
It’s safe to say, not that it wasn’t ever safe to say, that the doomtards have failed yet again. So, will this finally be the end of doomsday theories and fearmongering? I doubt it.
I think it’s a pretty sure thing that doomtards such as Marshall Masters, Nancy Lieder, Jaysen Rand, Patrick Geryl etc, and the countless armchair genius’ on YouTube will dream up more crackpot theories with no science or evidence to back them, or just push the date back for Planet X and Nibiru. I mean, why break the habbit of a lifetime?
As we’ve said before, fear sells, and people like this make a living off of it. We can only hope now that the people who were sucked in to this hoax and believed it will think a little harder next time. This may very well be our last post on the whole 2012 hoax, but you can rest assured that so long as there are idiots like this spreading their BS and fear over the internet, we won’t be far behind to debunk them. So there you have it folks, probably the biggest doomsday theory hopefully laid to rest. We’d like to take this oppertunity to thank everyone involved in this blog and thanks to everyone for all your kind messages of support over the years. Have a great Christmas and new year.
To the doomtards, Marshall Masters in particular, YOU  FAILED!

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  1. Reality Check
    December 21, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    You are absolutely right that certain people (such as you named) are already at work looking for a way to make money from the next Scare Scam. People should examine the credentials (the REAL credentials) of people like Masters, who market themselves simply fro the sake of marketing themselves. It would be great if some legitimate news source would expose the amount of money and air time these people have gotten through these shams.

  2. yowcrooks
    December 21, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    @Reality Check
    Oh for sure, doomsayers like Marshall Masters are already looking at new crackpot theories to make a buck from, it’s what they do best. We just hope that people will stop and think twice before believing the rubbish these fearmongers spew out in the future.

  3. Charles
    December 21, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    Seriously? You celebrate a holiday about an imaginary demigod and santaclause and you have the nerve to call believers in an imaginary planet tards? That takes the cake. I live in Oklahoma. Every year fearmongering, underground shelters, stockpiling of food, clothing, medicine, fuel etc, saves hundreds if not thousands of lives from natural disasters. I have seen neighborhoods wiped clear of any standing structure and poor illiterate black folk from neworleans wandering our streets hopelessly destitute after being released from the supposedly imaginary yet very real FEMA camps after Katrina. Maybe there is no nibiru but there certainly are natural and manmade disasters and the ‘tards’ are the people who sit back on their fat lazy a5535, sucking on the teet of what they believe is a safe and nurturing universe, but expecting someone else to take care of them when it all goes wrong, then complaining when camp FEMA doesn’t measure up to motel8 standards. If it takes an imaginary planet to get people thinking about disaster preparedness and self sufficiency so be it. Those who refuse to take responsibility for their own lives usually get what’s coming to them

  4. theresa
    December 21, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    Preparing for survival is not a joke. I agree that people who profit off the fears they instill on others are a disgrace but totally ignoring how vulnerable we are to Mother Nature and the Universe, is just retarded. Just ask any Sandy or Katrina victim. Here in Kansas, prepping is common and always has been because tornados are quite common. Being rural means that help likely won’t get to you so you better be able to be safe and survive without anything modern and pick up the pieces yourself without outside help. It’s the way it’s always been out here, unfortunately, those people who don’t need the help because they are prepared, don’t really make good headlines and so they don’t even get any press. Those poor saps who were too stupid to prepare, here in Kansas of all places…duh….are the ones who get splattered all over the news.

  5. yowcrooks
    December 21, 2012 at 5:52 pm

    @Charles

    Seriously? You celebrate a holiday about an imaginary demigod and santaclause and you have the nerve to call believers in an imaginary planet tards?

    Whose debating a demigod and Santa Clause? Were not. People can believe what they wan’t to believe but Santa Clause doesn’t really do harm to peoples lives now does he? And we’re not calling the people who believe “tards” either but rather the people who spread this BS around as true. Learn to read.

    That takes the cake. I live in Oklahoma. Every year fearmongering, underground shelters, stockpiling of food, clothing, medicine, fuel etc, saves hundreds if not thousands of lives from natural disasters.

    Well done, you hit the nail on the head, “Natural Disasters”. Not some mythical planet or star which doesn’t exist.

    I have seen neighborhoods wiped clear of any standing structure and poor illiterate black folk from neworleans wandering our streets hopelessly destitute after being released from the supposedly imaginary yet very real FEMA camps after Katrina. Maybe there is no nibiru but there certainly are natural and manmade disasters and the ‘tards’ are the people who sit back on their fat lazy a5535, sucking on the teet of what they believe is a safe and nurturing universe, but expecting someone else to take care of them when it all goes wrong, then complaining when camp FEMA doesn’t measure up to motel8 standards.

    No not “maybe there is no Nibiru”, it doesn’t exist, pure and simple. And once again we’re not debating natural disasters, but please, continue your rant.

    If it takes an imaginary planet to get people thinking about disaster preparedness and self sufficiency so be it. Those who refuse to take responsibility for their own lives usually get what’s coming to them

    Maybe you’re not familiar with the tragic case of 16 year old Isabel Taylor, who committed suicide in part over this whole 2012 hoax.
    http://www.thisisbath.co.uk/Teenager-feared-world-end/story-16119760-detail/story.html
    But I guess that’s ok and her life didn’t matter so long as doomsayers get their “message” out there and get “people thinking about disaster preparedness and self sufficiency”. So what if what we say causes fear in people so much that they take thier own life. You seriously need to stop talking out of your rear and wake up to the real dangers these doomtards cause to others. In future think before you type so you don’t make yourself look like an even bigger tool than you already are.

  6. yowcrooks
    December 21, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    @theresa

    Once again we are NOT debating natural disasters. This blog or this article has nothing to do with that. There’s nothing wrong with being prepared over very real dangers, but when it comes to a planet or star called Nibiru or because a calendar supposedly “ends” on a specific date that’s going to cause the death of billions of people, it’s complete BS.

  7. Charles
    December 21, 2012 at 6:38 pm

    No. Not familiar with the case of one sad girl committing suicide….

  8. yowcrooks
    December 21, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    @Charles
    We’re not even going to give you the satisfaction you’re after by posting the rest of your comment because quite frankly it is disgusting and you are a vile individual. You are obviously a butthurt doomsaying proponent, or more likely a winged monkey of Marshall Masters. We have no time for people like you. Don’t bother commenting anymore because you are now IP and Email banned and any new posts you make will go straight in to the spam folder and be automatically deleted.

  9. Elena
    December 22, 2012 at 11:13 am

    And whatever that Japanese princess name was who predicted that there will be 3 days of darkness, has to hide her shame.

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