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How did you survive the "rapture" animation wise

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How did you survive the "rapture" animation wise


Just wanted to know how did you survived the
"rapture" animation wise.

If you had 20 minutes left what would do or watch - animation wise. (I already know what else you would do).


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I have a sinus cold and a deadline, so I'm not having fun.
"Survive" is relative, I just have to endure this weekend.

And I had 20 minutes left, I pop in Iron Giant, cued up so it ends when time runs out.

btw, Harold Camping is fulla shit, which offically makes this a.......Crapture! :rolleyes:

"We all grow older, we do not have to grow up"--Archie Goodwin ( 1937-1998)

I dearly love animation but if somebody told me the world only had twenty minutes left and which animated movie they should pop in for us to watch, I'd tell 'em to go pick one, mutter, 'So long, sucker!' under my breath and slink away to spend those twenty minutes with decidedly M-(or even R-)rated ... activities.
At the end of the day, or world, there are more important things.

Well, OK, maybe I'd play Disney's Aladdin in the background, not that it would really matter.

One last, never been shone, feature animation would be great.

Damn, Ken stole my idea. I would have it cued to end right after the giant says "superman." Then poof! Either that or Monster's Inc. The forbidden friendship sequence in How to Train Your Dragon is also up there on my list.

Of course you're making the HUGE assumption that we'd be raptured away. I'm pretty sure I'd still be here. And seeing as how the rapture has passed, I guess I'm right.

the Ape

...we must all face a choice, between what is right... and what is easy."

If I knew I only had 20 minutes left, animation would be the last thing on my mind. I mean I love it and all, but priorities man, priorities...