Doomsday prophet Harold Camping’s revised prediction that the world would end on Oct. 21, 2011 turned out, once again, not to come true.
[Maybe it happened, but we didn't notice it because the District of Criminals gang had already dragged the nation down the road to Hell]
According to the preacher’s prediction, which was revised after his May 21, 2011 prophecy failed to materialize, Christians would ascend to heaven, while sinners would be left behind to suffer five months’ worth of natural disasters before the earth ignited into a fireball.
Camping, who stated he pinpointed the date for the end of the world, placed the time of the rapture at 5:59 p.m. But the day came and went without a big bang. Later he said his math was off.
[Perhaps, like the dept of commerce, he could "revise" it?]
Callers to Open Forum, the show Camping hosts, expressed outrage.
"You’re really pathetic, you know? I wasted all my money because of you. I was putting all my money and my hopes on you… I wish I could see you face to face, I would smack you. Mr. Camping, you always say a lot of (redacted) I lost all my money because of you, you (redacted)," a caller said, according to The Christian Post.
[They should talk to an expert on dealing with numerous disappointed followers. The White House may have some advice.]