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Dennis Nomer, El Dorado Hills
“I was not worried about a cataclysmic event. What’s happening instead is we’re having a rapid transformation in many aspects of society. Entire business models are having to shift at a quick pace. Advertising models are changing quickly.”

R. Eugene Meyer, El Dorado Hills “I was amused from the beginning. Never once did I think this guy had any inside track on the fate of the world.”
Dennis Nomer, El Dorado Hills “I was not worried about a cataclysmic event. What’s happening instead is we’re having a rapid transformation in many aspects of society. Entire business models are having to shift at a quick pace. Advertising models are changing quickly.”
Jamie Bowls, Cameron Park “Not a chance. I believe that you can’t predict something like that. Plus, this guy is a little crazy.”
Rick Sauvangeau, Rocklin “No. I can’t control the end of the world, but apparently this guy can. As for Oct. 21, I think I’m busy that day and won’t be able to take part.”
Tiffany Gill, Shingle Springs “I wasn’t worried. It would, however, have solved some student loan problems. As for his revised prediction, I’d just ask that he hold off until after Halloween.”

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