JUDGMENT DAY UPDATE #2: We’re sorry, folks. But there’s always the Mayan calendar.
JUDGMENT DAY UPDATE: A reader-created design that we really wanted to share with you before it’s too late. Get your rapture on with props to the home turf!
Order yours today. All proceeds will go to benefit…Colorado Pols. We’d give it all to a charity, but what’s the point if the world is ending in October?
ramblings revelations from 89-year-old Harold Camping, the founder of something called “Family Radio,” that the end of the world is nigh have been widely discussed this week (including here). We thought we should clarify, however, that while the end may begin tomorrow, the end doesn’t really end until October 21.
As Oakland North clarifies:
What the billboards don’t say is that Camping believes the dead will be turned from their graves, while, as Family Radio’s website puts it, “the remains of the all the believers who have ever lived will be instantly transformed into glorified spiritual bodies to be forever with God.” Then, all the non-believers will suffer and die off for five more months, until the world really ends on October 21, 2011. For that kind of information, the signs, which also adorn buses and cover a fleet of RVs traveling around the country, direct viewers to Family Radio’s website.
We’re certainly curious to see if Camping himself ascends in spirit form tomorrow, but even if he doesn’t, the fact that he’s 89-years-old gives him a decent chance to see his world end before October 21 anyway.