Marie Exley paid $1200 on bus bench ads that warned of the apocalypse on May 21, 2011. Ms Exley is unemployed but she could afford to throw $1200 on her conviction that Armageddon as coming.
Should we take note of May 21 2011?
Harold Camping said the Apocalypse will come on May 21 2011. Harold Camping is the leader of Family Radio Worldwide, an independent Christian Ministry.
Updated May 22 2011 – May 21 has come and gone with no apocalypse in sight. People who squandered all their money on Rapture parties are now broke.
At least one teen is dead. The male teenager was so happy the armageddon didn’t arrive that he jumped into a river to celebrate. He was swept away by the current.
Harold Camping, 89, has been hiding in the quiet since the dawn of May 21 2011. His associate told the press Mr Camping was puzzled as to why his calculations were wrong. Camping may not live to see another prediction of an apocalypse and he thought he had it right this second time around in his prediction.
Poor Marie Exley and all the rest of the people who wasted precious money.
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