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plungesponge plungesponge 26-30, M 16 Answers Jun 12, 2012

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I believe it would fall into chaos. Everyone would be like, 'eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.'

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yea people would basically be like "**** everything man....."

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nope.. many people don't believe that the world will end, many don't believe in heaven and hell, many thought that there'll be a purgatory so it's ok to do whatever they want.. but the truth is Jesus Christ is coming again, on the time when we least expect it.. there will never a better world, but we can choose to live a better life and be a better person as we await for Christ's return..

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No, we wouldn't. Contrary to what's being said, things will only get worse as time moves on. The more our world rejects Jesus Christ the more depraved it will become.

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Nope. Most people already know they're going to die, and from the way they treat the world it's pretty obvious they don't care about the mess they leave behind.

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Hell no. Everyone would act upon their deepest-seated desires for destruction and pain infliction. Otherwise, they would petition mommy government to grant them access to every whim that strikes them, because after all, the entire world owes them something. The world would end with a very loud whimper from billions of self-gratified *****.

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no not really...regardless, it will take more than 5 years to fix everything and get everyone and everything on the right track.

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no, I reckon there would be a scramble for any sort of advantage and God would be deafened by the volume of prayers.

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No, it'd go into chaos.

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nah , people would just try to cram in the 5 y the best experiences they could and would just use up the world and other people, or that's what I think

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it shouldn't matter Some new scheme every 5 f'in years about how the worlds going to end in 5 years just a consumerist ploy to convince people to buy things they don't need.

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