I’m really ticked off now…..BIG TIME!

Last night I expected all the “rapture”  yahoo’s to be gone.  All I expected to find was a bunch

of clothes, empty house, apartments, mobile homes and the like.  Cars just left on the street with the keys in them.

I had planned to go out looting. I was gonna clean up with the cash they left behind, their valuables, jewels, precious metals, silverware, electronics and the such.


I even had a SHOPPING LIST!

And I had a list of things my friends wanted…..  Of course, there were some prescription meds certain friends wanted me to get for them…. And some things that weren’t prescription as well….

It only goes to show you, you can’t trust these “rapture” clowns….

Sigh……..back to clipping coupons….

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Comment by Sankev on May 22, 2011 at 8:31pm

Hahaha... good one..!  ¦o)

I emailed to a couple of Christian friends if they can leave me their bank accounts, since Up in the air is useless, so I can use some of it until October 21 but... they haven't reply me yet... !!!

Comment by Rene Guzman on May 22, 2011 at 8:32pm
look on the bright side, at least they didn't commit mass suicide.
Comment by Sankev on May 22, 2011 at 9:39pm

There was not bright side... doesn't need a MASS SUICIDE, there was one kid somewhere in Ohio (I think) another man in Kenya, also many quit their jobs, and that crazy woman that tried to kill her two kids by cutting their throats then herself... This is what brings religion: nonsense.

What I noticed today was that there were no "Front pages" in any newspapers about the issue, (at least in Toronto) days before there were at least two announcing the "date", but now seems that most of the newspapers are ashame (like dogs with its tail between legs).

The bright side is that from this at least one of them will become an atheist, if he comes to his sense...  :o)
Comment by IEatDinosaurMeat on May 23, 2011 at 5:36am
Hmmm, people quit their jobs over the rapture? Sounds good for the job market to make one of those claims. I also posted on facebook "I'm willing to put money down that the rapture doesn't happen" which I thought was a pretty win/win situation.
Comment by UnTarded on May 23, 2011 at 10:33am


went grocery shopping yesterday wearing my "RAPTURE 2011, I WAITED ALL DAY FOR JESUS. BOY DO I FEEL STUPID" shirt. I got a lot of smiles a couple of scowls and several people making positive comments (even A couple of cuties).

I understand how you feel, I wanted to try some Oxyconton.

Comment by Albert Bakker on May 23, 2011 at 11:41am

Reuters mentioned some guy who spent over 140.000 dollar of his own life savings, polluting the public sphere with rapture shite.

This guy might just become the first human to really spontaneously combust from overheated pressurized cognitive dissonance, when he is not hammering Camping's corpse to pile of mush right now.

Comment by Arcus on May 23, 2011 at 1:06pm

"This guy might just become the first human to really spontaneously combust from overheated pressurized cognitive dissonance"

Made me lol. :)

I recall reading some research that the loonies who invested the most were the ones least likely to abandon the prophecy and admit mistake, they become the dissonance wholly. Apparently, literally betting your house is not a thing one should do.

Comment by Albert Bakker on May 24, 2011 at 1:38am

There is quite a lot of confirmation of that principle from psychology research indeed. The term cognitive dissonance was coined by Leon Festinger in his book "When Prophecy Fails" studying some 1950's UFO sect in Chicago led by a former scientologist housewife.

About the aforementioned unlucky soul from Reuters:

When the hour came and went, he said: "I do not understand why ...," as his speech broke off and he looked at his watch.

"I do not understand why nothing has happened."

But some really did vanish on May 21.


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