Harold Camping does it again

There’s a new End Date, True Unbelievers. Harold Camping brings the good news of Armageddon, and you don’t have to wait very long: It’s October 21st!

Honestly, I thought the dude was dead after I saw that last video of him shying away from the spotlight after yet another failed prophesy. I’d feel sorry for this old man if it wasn’t for the fact that he’s a bigoted jackass who wants the world to erupt in bloodshed. That’s what Rapture is: a genocidal fantasy.

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    I thought this was his plan all along. If I remember right, the prediction was that May 21st was the “rapture” and the 21st of this month was the actual end of the world. Not that I subscribe to any of this B.S., I just think if were going to ridicule to moron we should be acurate about it.

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    It is still accurate. He said the rapture would be in May and the world would end in October. But nothing happened, and nothing will happen on the 21st.

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    Nooooooooo! That’s my pay day!! Looks like I should practise trying to get a camel through the eye of a needle…

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    Luc Leblanc

    Looks like we all gonna die… again…

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    Short of science finding a way for us place our conciousness into artifical brains or regenerative organs, we’re all going to die at some point. (Thank you Catholic Church for the Dark Ages, setting back scientific discovery for so long my lifespan will be greatly reduced and I miss out on intergalatic travel, dicks).

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    I like Harold Camping!!! He uses his big mouth to make solid, testable and fairly short term predictions that are easy to disprove.

    I wish more Christians did this!!! These people make themselves look stupid and their belief system look like a fraud.

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    For those who don’t think that the world will end on Oct 21, Sacramento is throwing a huge party.

    We’ll have some GREAT speakers like Dan Barker and Michael Newdow, plus live entertainment including the Phenomenauts and comedian Keith Jensen. Elisabeth Cornwell is one of our keynotes. She’s the executive director of the Richard Dawkins Foundation and came up with the ‘A’ campaign.

    We invite freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, and people of all religions to join us for Freethought Day on Sunday, October 23rd – all day!

    It’s family friendly, and we’ve got over $500 in door prizes. Best of all… it’s free! Learn more and register online (free) at http://www.FreethoughtDay.org.

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    Followers and believers in Harold Camping’s prophecy’s.

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