Thursday, May 19, 2011

And here I was thinking I'd mow the lawn Saturday...

Apparently the end of the world is at hand. May 21, 2011, according to the prophet du jour's extensive calculations is the day Jesus returns to earth. Although the prophet professing such has a shaky track record, this time he got it right, so he believes.
As noted by the Christian Post
"Camping also made a previous judgment day prediction, saying there was a very high likelihood that the world would end in 1994. Despite the failed prediction, several still sold their homes, quit their jobs and spent their savings in anticipation of May 21, 2011."

What this means of course is that our suspicions regarding the community organizer in chief are correct.. Some how I expected more. I am not alone.

Jefferson101 commented over at POWIP some time back:
"And here I’ve been expecting the Antichrist to be charismatic, eloquent even without a teleprompter, and very popular. If Barry is the best that Satan can do, I’ve been profoundly overestimating him for these many years.

Have we really become so hopeless that we get a low-rent and second class Antichrist? I’d be almost disappointed if that proves to be the case"

If this doesn't pan out for Camping, I bet we hear from him again in November when the big rock passes inside the lunar orbit. I'll be decked out in my track suit, new k-mart tennis shoes and bowl haircut. Hale-Bopp!

ps. it's official:


  1. No, not k-mart tennis shoes, black Nike's! With matching track suits! Sheesh! Do I have to do everything here, LOL!

  2. name brand is too expensive when you've given all your money to the prophet...


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