End Of The World . . . This Saturday

 

I probably shouldn’t bother posting about it, because apparently come the morn, we’ll be dead.

There’s been a rumour circulating around the web that the end of the world, otherwise known as JUDGEMENT DAY was meant to be happening today at 6. That’s right, as if read off a Holy TV Guide, the TV Station producers of this nut-case channel have decided to change the showing time of their end of the world television program from the 21st of December 2012 to the 21st of May 2011. Today’s the end of the world? All I can say at the moment is that it’s 9pm, so they’re kinda running off-schedule.

Seriously? Whats up with people saying the world is going to end?

Do you want the world to end? Has the Days of our Lives series finally ended and you feel no reason to continue life? I mean come on, get over the world ending crap! The one thing that I don’t get is that all the people that keep coming up with these predictions of death and destruction, are religious followers, people who are meant to be trying to resolve conflicts, remove world hunger and bring peace among all.

“The end of the world? That’s not fair! I still have plenty of Farmville credits to spare!”

This prophecy (…not the one above…) comes from Christan radio host Harold Camping, who’s apparently spent a couple of years (and I’ve only heard about it now . . . because?) warning everyone that the end of the world will be on the 21st of May 2011, at precisely 6PM. Oh . . . well, that means that it’s not happening then . . . damn, I thought I’d just gotten out of a whole heap of homework.

Oh wait, no sorry, he said it will BEGIN at 6pm, so we could still be doomed. (BooYa!)

Apparently a massive earthquake will strike the earth, this earthquake will shake the graves of every buried believer on earth (sucked in to those who got cremated) and transform them into an amazing spiritual  being. They will then move on to live with God for all eternity.

. . . Yeah . . . Okay, so where’s the part about all of us dying? It just talks about all the believers running off on a rather long getaway (now that would be an exciting episode) , it doesn’t say something like, “Then all the rest of you will drop dead,” or “…and then’th you’th die’th by’th large’th thing’th.”

To think I’m going to have to put up with this end of world garbage for the next 20 odd years. Ahead of us we have 2012, 2039 and probably dozens of other end of the worlds’ that will jump out of no where.

Because the end of the world just does that, appears out of nowhere . . .

 

Anyways,

I’ll see you later.

 

Ben,

5 comments

    Haha, :]

    “But I have many farmville credits left”

    this end of the world thing is rather annoying. no one can predict the end of the world can they? I wouldn’t think so. Now that I have lived through a doomsday, I will be fine through 2012 i think. These stupid accusations get me a tad paranoid at times

    In reality, you have actually lived through a few “doomsday’s” like Y2K, the one that was meant to happen in 2007, and a few others. But the guy that came up with this changed the date to October, and then went into hiding, so he’s not a very reliable source.

    Yes I know that, but I didn’t know about them at the time so I was not affected by it. if it weren’t for the internet, I wouldn’t have known about this most recent dommsday either.

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