Yeah. There isn’t much to say.
I did find this article funny in way. Funny like, this milk tastes funny.
89-year-old Harold Camping‘s recent admission that he’s “flabbergasted” the world didn’t end last weekend sounds somewhat pitiful.
“It has been a really tough weekend,” Camping said Sunday, after emerging from his Alameda, California home for the first time to talk to a reporter from the San Francisco Chronicle. “I’m looking for answers … But now I have nothing else to say,” he said, adding that he would make a full statement today.
Flabbergasted. What a maroon.
Does this fool consider that disappointment that the world didn’t end isn’t really a positive outlook? Hell no.
So what did Camping and his type learn from all of this?
California preacher Harold Camping said Monday his prophecy that the world would end was off by five months because Judgment Day actually will come on Oct. 21.
I don’t know if I should be happy that I’ll have five more months to laugh about this or sad that I’ll have five more months of laughable behavior to comment on.
Saturday was “an invisible judgment day” in which a spiritual judgment took place, he said. But the timing and the structure is the same as it has always been, he said.
“We’ve always said May 21 was the day, but we didn’t understand altogether the spiritual meaning,” he said. “May 21 is the day that Christ came and put the world under judgment.”
It’s not the first time the independent Christian radio host has been forced to explain when his prediction didn’t come to pass. He also predicted the Apocalypse would come in 1994, but said it didn’t happen then because of a mathematical error.
….and the beat goes on.