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Think About It Thursday

This week I was thinking.lol I always have things to be thankful for but my husband was listening to a radio show and there was something to think about haha. According to the Mayan calender the world is going to end on December 21st of this year. Well if you are as old as me you have already survived several different people saying it is going to end. So anyways with all of these storms coming through lately and the tragedy it brings with it. Now imagine if we had no weathermen, tall buildings, grocery stores.......what if all these events happened?? In the day of the Mayans it would have certainly meant that the world's end was quickly coming. 
Second thought of the week.lol Yeah I know you may think I am crazy by now but go with it! What if you were on a plane and you crashed somewhere that was basically taking you back in time. There is no power, no running water. How long do you think it would take to get to where we are today in society??

Comments

Unknown said…
I have no idea; that's a lot to think about. LOL
Melinda Dunne said…
That is a lot to think about! In this day and age it seems like the world is going to end when the internet goes down. lol.
Tricia said…
Every week according to someone the world is going to end. Interesting question and not really sure on the answer. I would imagine a very long time!
Unknown said…
It's like Revolution! I watch that show, computer on lap, phone in hand, and think, "yup. I'd die."
Melanie Payne said…
I'm adaptable! I could do it, though I'd complain a little at first. :)

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