3:49 PM, May 23rd, 2011
It has been a really tough weekend.
Harold Camping, the 89-year-old radio broadcaster/preacher who mistakenly thought the world was going to end on Saturday, in comments to the San Francisco Chronicle.

(Source: sfgate.com)

11:27 AM, May 20th, 2011

So what’s everyone doing for the Rapture?

10:24 AM, May 20th, 2011


According to Google Trends, a lot of people are thinking about #rapture and the end of the world 2011, followed closely by Lance Armstrong.

Glad we covered our bases.

Reblogged from boston.tumblr.com
3:42 PM, May 19th, 2011

…God imbues numbers in the Bible with special meaning. Five means atonement; 10 means completeness; 17 means heaven. If you were to multiply atonement times completeness times heaven and then, for a reason that remains mysterious, multiply that sum by itself again:

(5 x 10 x 17) x (5 x 10 x 17)

You’d end up with 722,500. Fast-forwarding 722,500 days from the date of the crucifixion—at least, the date as divined by Camping—lands you on May 21, 2011, the date of the Rapture. QED.

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