Someone please tell me what good are future predictions when you can only discover them in hindsight? With all these Nostradamus and bible predictions and so on, only intense analysis can seem to match up the predictions with the events they supposedly predicted. What good is it, even if it was true? Take those things and tell people what will happen and prevent some harm, and then we can talk. But until then, I hope people put those crazy notions aside because, even if they were somehow true and the interpretation was really what the prophets intended, they are just no use to anyone since no one, unless looking after the events, can seem to know what the hell the wackos mean and what they are saying will happen now, let alone when. Ok, I've ranted.

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