Seeking a friend for the end of the world discussion

Discussion in 'General' started by a blinkin, Oct 10, 2015.

  1. a blinkin

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    Saw this movie a few years back and just gave it another watch today. Kinda makes you think. If the world were about to be struck by a 70 mile wide asteroid and ee all faced our impending doom, how would you spend your last three weeks?
     
  2. mike honcho

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    I'd unDS my yeezys and stunt on all the peasants
     
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  3. andretti

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    Somehow steal a c6 zr1 speed around the country

    Have a paintball fight while skydiving

    Rob a bank for the thrill

    Steal a jet and have a dogfight

    Attempt to go toe to toe with a tiger with only a knife


    Pretend to be batman for a week
     
  4. PRIME

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    With my family. Straight up.

    I got a son, he'd be tied to my hip.
     
  5. slighted

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    NT summit to finally establish NY >>> CA
     
  6. gwap

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    when we catch yall new yorkers at the meetup...

    you gonna end up missing the end of the world pleighboy
     
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  7. ksteezy

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    I saw the movie the other night and for once I wanted the ending to be more cliche, but the reality of the film hit me like a bag of ice...like the world DID end :lol:

    I didn't know how to react...lol
     
  8. chichiloves5s

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    It would get too crazy.

    I would barricade myself in the crib and self medicate in my favorite ways with my favorite people until the end.
     
  9. a blinkin

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    I think that's why I like it so much. There's no saving of the world. No corny "love is the thing that saves us from _____". Like... It actually ended. And that just makes you think, man. What if that really happened?!

    I'd make it a point to spend as much time with my family as possible. But I know I'd want to go out holding onto my lady and telling her I love her one last time.
     
  10. 360waves

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    Family, I wouldn't stress the inevitable
     
  11. zapatohead408

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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: so wrong man. :lol:
     
  12. atyung22

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    I'd sit back and chill, Bruce Willis will take care of it.
     
  13. enlightenedespot

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    A snapshot of the events that lead to Eric Garner's death. That's what you guys find funny.

    Oh.
     
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  15. jape

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    id spend it with my family and friends

    good food and good drinks.

    and curtis mayfield playing in the background. [​IMG]   

     
  16. Comparison Ford

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    I'm not one to be easily offended, but that was pretty tasteless.
     
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  18. a blinkin

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    Do you guys think it would be like the purge in a sense? Where people essentially devolve to their animalistic nature and wreak havoc, or do you think it would be a case where the sense of impending doom would have us simply acting from a place of innate goodness where everyone is focused on their loved ones and doing good for their fellow man?
     
  19. robtoofresco

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    I'd like to believe the latter but the world delving into an anarchic state seems much more plausible to me. I tend to be a cynic though, so take that for what it's worth :lol:
     
  20. sea manup

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    I would travel to the exact spot where it would hit the earth to see what it was like to live in clock town