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16th Minute,end of days,family radio,harold camping,RAPTURE
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16th Minute of the Day: Breaking his silence with a five-minute pre-recorded message posted on his Family Radio network's website, twice-failed doomsayer Harold Camping said he was "humbled" by his error, but refused to apologize to the thousands who dipped into their personal savings to donate millions to his cause, saying instead

end of the world,harold camping,quote,RAPTURE,Try Try Again
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Try, Try Again of the Day: Family Radio co-founder and failed Doomsday prognosticator Harold Camping has decided to give soothsaying another shot.

Claiming his original Rapture date of May 21st was merely the beginning of the end, 90-year-old Camping says the world will absolutely, one-hundred percent, for serious come to an end on O

Follow Up,harold camping,May 21,Oct 21,RAPTURE
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Follow Up of the Day: Commenting for the first time on his ostensibly incorrect Rapture start date, Family Radio co-founder Harold Camping said May 21 did actually herald the beginning of the End, but the reason you may have missed it is because it was "an invisible judgment day." Apparently, humanity will not endure five months of fire and brimstone -- instead, Earth will simply meet its unceremo

Follow Up,harold camping,May 21,RAPTURE
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Another Follow Up of the Day: Family Radio co-founder Harold Camping resurfaced today, nearly 18 hours after his Rapture prediction failed to materialize.

Standing in the doorway of his Alameda home, Camping told reporters "it has been a really tough weekend," adding that he was "flabbergasted" and "looking for answers."

He abruptly put an end to the impromptu pr

Follow Up,harold camping,May 21,RAPTURE
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Follow Up of the Day: "I do not understand why nothing has happened," said former MTA employee Robert Fitzpatrick as it became evident that the Rapture was not taking place as Harold Camping had predicted.

The 60-year-old spent $140k out-of-pocket to promote the Family Radio Network founder's Judgment Day prophecy. "I did what I had to do," Fitzpatrick told an angry

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