Where Is Harold Camping
May 22, 2011 by staff
Where Is Harold Camping, Even when the frogs were not raining from the sky, locusts swarmed not subway, and no earthquakes cities sent crashing into the ocean, still held out some hope that awakens us to a kind of biblical fury today. Maybe just a little fever? Unfortunately, the Apocalypse is a no-show again, leaving only sad, confused believers to be mocked in Times Square: “I do not understand why nothing happens, not a mistake I did what I had to do … did what the Bible says, “an exasperated Robert Fitzpatrick, the retired employee of the MTA, who spent all his money to publicize the Day of Judgement, at 6 pm in Times Square yesterday, as the audience laughed him.
So today, many wonder where the hell is Harold Camping, the creator of this particular prophecy of Judgement, and the excuse must be bad in the abduction for the second time. SFist contributor Laura Beck captured the shot over the house of the minister of Alameda to 6:01 pm yesterday, according to Reuters, the curtains were drawn at home, camping, and no one came to open the door. More radio host family had a sign on the door saying: “The office is closed. Sorry, but you missed!”
The deafening silence has not been overlooked by some of his followers now ex: “I was skeptical, but I was trying to push away the skepticism, because I believe in God … [but] it is God who brings you not Harold Camping, “Keith said Bauer, who had jumped into his pickup truck in Maryland and led his family 3,000 miles to California for the Rapture.
But maybe there were other points in the second biblical Camping folly beyond providing jokes for Twitterists … as they say, a new ideal excuse to get out of jury duty. But leave it to the masters of animation Animations Next Taiwan media to report what none of us could see before our eyes: never trust a stranger with a pipe.
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