Thursday, May 19, 2011

End of the World

So as I'm sure most of you have heard, Saturday May 21, the day after tomorrow, is going to be the Rapture, the beginning of the end of the world, and the day Jesus begins his rule over everything. You can read all about it here. I think that the end will look and sound something like this:


Of course I, being the agnostic that I am, feel this is a load of bull, yet somehow thousands of people are buying into this and facilitating the mass advertisement of Harold Camping's prediction that May 21st is the rapture and 5 months later will be the destruction of Earth and all of those left behind.
 
 
And what a great 5 months those will be.

Not to mention that Harold Camping had previously predicted the Rapture for September 1994 in a book which Amazon still sells. Speaking of selling, the judgement day blog challenges all who question the prediction to buy this:

Yours for only $20.40. Seriously.

So, my fellow readers, what do you make of all this? Do any of you seriously believe that any of this is true? Anyone worried? Think this is just a publicity stunt for Harold Camping and his radio network? Are posts like these exactly what he wants?

58 comments:

  1. Haha, I like that cartoon picture.

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  2. Man, it just seems like people are desperate to die. It's really...just, saddening. And annoying.

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  3. Don't know what to think any more

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  4. >world's going to end

    nope.avi

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  5. I'm trying to think a way to troll churches that believe the end is coming on Saturday XD

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  6. I hope all the "believers" in may 21st spend all their money, quit their jobs, sell their houses and ruin their family's lives to finally realize that their god isn't the great savior and all loving force they make him out to be. Yeah I feel really bad for their children who are also affected, but people might begin to realize that life isn't just temporary. People need to take their religion sunglasses off and open their eyes. Sorry for the rant

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  7. Very true, but unfortunately I don't think it's so easy for them to take off their religious filters. Many of them legitimately believe in their religion, and are experts at rationalizing away rationalization.

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  8. I can't wait for the pastor dude to claim he made another calculation error and set another date.
    Nice blog mate

    Following :)

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  9. I want the world to end soon. :) I really want to believe that this is true.

    Nice post, keep up.

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  10. The end of the world is when Justin bieber does a duet with Rebecca black.

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  11. First Y2K, Then 6/6/06, now this? You'd think they would give up on the whole Armageddon thing by now

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  12. I kind of hope the biblic apocalypse to take place, because I want to take pictures of clouds on fire.

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  13. hahaha, they would look awesome!

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  14. Haha, I'll be sure to hit you up on Sunday ;P

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  15. ill bet u 20 bux that the world doesn't end on may 21

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  16. this sounds like a lot of wack duude! but i enjoyed that t-shirt i might pick one up :)

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  17. i dont think the end of the world is near... but who knows...

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  18. Dude, this whole thing is a conspiracy. To sell those T-shirts. I KNEW IT!

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  19. Yay! Let's all run out and stare at the sun!

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  20. I do not want to believe it. 21 May I have a salary

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  21. I hear about these judgment days at least once a year, and it never happens. Glad to be an agnostic.

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  22. went to their website, didnt explain anything lol

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  23. sigh i hate those, "oh shit we are going to die!!" "oh, thanks god"

    love to be agnostic too

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  24. haha i hear this like everyweek

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  25. Thats a classic tee, but yeah...the world is going to end every other year...

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  26. I kind of hope the biblic apocalypse to take place, because I want to take pictures of clouds on fire.

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  27. not the end but a new beginning

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  28. psh the world wont end! unless pigeons decide they want to kill us =O!

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  29. i neeeeeeeed one of those shirts

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  30. Clouds on fire do sound cool.

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  31. Yeah I think it's bullshit too

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  32. I read how he came up with the date of May 21st, and it's freakin hilarious. It's like he took a bunch of random numbers and BAM May 21st 2011! I can't wait to see their faces on May 22nd!

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  33. hahaha the cartoon made me laugh

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  34. I think they are overreacting, I bet it'll be different when the day come...

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  35. Complete bullshit. Many other people and religions, such as Jehova's Witness, have made predictions about the end of the world and were wrong.

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  36. I'm dressing up as Jesus, going around charging people $10 dollars to be cleansed of sin and directing them to Mexico. My plan is to complete the Mexico-America swap.

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  37. Don't think it'll happen in this lifetime :)

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  38. I'm pretty confident it will not happen :)

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  39. I'm sooo getting my "I survived the apocalypse 2011" shirt. haha.

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  40. ehhhh, I wouldn't mind the rapture. I wouldn't make the cut, so it would be like a worldwide Australia

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  41. whats a bible? who's jesus?

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  42. hehe. 1hour till judgement day. woohooo! last hour. :P

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