Thursday, May 26, 2011
Lifestyles of the Religious Nutball: I Wish the Nut Would Have Been Right
Loonball Harold Camping now says end of the world will be in October, 2011, validating the old adage, “If at first you look like a huge dick, try, try again to be a colossal fucktard”
by Larry Simons
May 26, 2011
We, as sane, rational and thinking humans, know that when we have made a complete fool out of ourselves, we take it on the chin, apologize and promise to never do it again. But, if you are Harold Camping, one of the biggest mentally disturbed Christian lunatics, you not only fail to apologize when you have shown the world that you are a complete jackass, you make a second attempt at showing the world you should be locked away in a dungeon, far away from the rest of thinking, rational and productive mankind.
After being dead wrong about the supposed “end of the world” that was to be May 21, 2011, Camping did not cut his losses and go quietly into the night, embarrassed, “flabbergasted” and back to his ministry where thousands of brain dead supporters still would follow this man off a cliff if he told them that Jesus would give them wings to fly to Heaven if they did.
No, on the contrary, Camping clarified his “prediction” by saying:
“Were not changing a date at all; we’re just learning that we have to be a little more spiritual about this. But on Oct. 21, the world will be destroyed. It won’t be five months of destruction. It will come at once.
We don’t need to talk about it anymore. The world has been warned – my... it has been warned. We have done our share and the media picked it up. The world has been warned that it is under judgment.”
Apparently, Camping’s original prediction was that on May 21, some 200 million people were supposed to be raptured, and then the world was supposed to exist in a post-apocalyptic chaotic state for 5 months, when on October 21, the world would officially end.
Now, Camping is saying that his original prediction of 5 months of hell, before the real end in October, is reduced to everything happening all at once on October 21. Eat my shit Camping.
Crimson Hexagon, a social media monitoring company, analyzed over 500,000 rapture discussions over the past four days and they found that although most of them were not serious and mocked Camping, 3% of the people actually stated this rapture/end of the world bullshit brought them closer to God. 3% may not seem like a lot, but when you put that number in perspective, 3% of 500,000 is 15,000 people. If Camping asked for just a mere $70 from each of these 15,000 people, he would be a millionaire.
I wish Camping had been right. He stated that 200 million believers were supposed to disappear on May 21. Ahhhh. Can you imagine that? A planet without 200 million deranged lunatics dwelling among us. They would have been in Heaven, and the rest of us would have been too.