Oops, my bad… or, the Rapture didn’t happen

Why doesn’t this surprise me any?

That crackpot Harold Camping (or whatever his name is) who told people for months that the Rapture was going to happen on May 21st at 6pm local time around the world was wrong. Supposedly he’s flummoxed as to why it didn’t happen.

Because you’re not God, perhaps?

This same man also said the world was going to end in 1994. When that didn’t happen, he said at the time that he miscalculated.

Dude, you’re still not God.

Now this man’s followers, gullible to a man, have no idea how they’re going to pay the bills they walked out on because they were so SURE they wouldn’t be there to pay them.

Should have thought about that and made a contingency plan, just in case.

So, we’re all still here, and the world didn’t end. Now to get on with the business of living life in the moment, and not on some non-event dreamed up by a 90 year old man.

After all, in the Bible, in the Book of Matthew, it says we know not the day nor the hour.

And nothing’s gonna happen in December of 2012, either…just so you know.

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I’m Stef, and this is where it’s @ !~ 

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One thought on “Oops, my bad… or, the Rapture didn’t happen

  1. There’s a great short film that addresses this “end of the world” neurosis, it’s called “Take Me 2012” and it’s pretty hilarious

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