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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

You what! Oh not again.


California preacher Harold Camping has said his prophecy that the world would end was off by five months because Judgment Day will actually come on October 21.

I must say I feel a little pity for those who were stupid enough to believe in this crackpot. Homes have been sold, children removed from school, pets given away, & possessions sold off.

On second thoughts No I don’t. Anyone who slavishly follows a religion to that extent, are the makers of their own downfall. And that includes those who worship the great Gods of Wind and Solar. If you want that sort of power, don’t expect me to subsidise it for you.


  1. Thinking along similar lines again, especially as the same paper I read the reset apocalypse date in had a story about how the "independent" Climate Commission has warned that Australian cities are all going to be stuffed as we sink beneath the rising waves etc etc. Possibly someone's salt will be turned into Lot's wife but I admit I didn't pay attention to all of it. I just found it interesting that the same paper that gently ridicules one lot for constantly predicting something that keeps on not happening gives another lot a free pass for much the same thing. Maybe if Harold Camping went away and came back with a computer model saying it's OCtober 21st more people would take him seriously.

  2. Captain Haddock24 May 2011 at 18:26

    Here's a prediction which you can take to the Bank ..

    I absolutely guarantee that October 21st WILL be Trafalgar Day ..

    Remember, you heard it here first ..

  3. Captain Haddock24 May 2011 at 19:07

    "Maybe if Harold Camping went away and came back with a computer model saying it's OCtober 21st more people would take him seriously" ...

    Strikes me the silly old cunt would struggle with the "Airfix" model Spitfire .. let alone anything else ..

  4. It's really amazing that his original prediction was early.

    How sad it would be if God had caught them all out by creating Armageddon before warning His followers.

  5. Captain Haddock24 May 2011 at 20:31

    Ne'er mind .. he could always get a job at the Met Office .. their predictions are usually shite too ..

  6. Yes. he probably graduated from the University of East Anglia.

  7. crap, i will be on holiday then..thats going to ruin things..cant he push it back a few


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