Follow Up of the Day

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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

Another Follow Up of the Day

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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

Sign Of The Times of the Day

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Sign Of The Times of the Day: As promised, Redditor xtcg123 responds to Harold Camping's May 21 billboard campaign with a billboard of his own. (Spotted today on I-40 near Gallimore Dairy Rd in Greensboro, NC.)

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Follow Up of the Day

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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

Twitpic of the Day

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Twitpic of the Day: Legendary comic book artist Frank Miller's partner Kimberly Cox writes: "I went to check on Frank and he was happily inking at his drawing table around 5:45… I came back after 6 PM and I don’t understand? Why?"

This. Is. RAPTURE!

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Tweet of the Day

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Tweet of the Day: Dear God -- The Tribulation is even worse than I imagined.

[@rebeccablack.]

Post-Rapture Post of the Day

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Post-Rapture Post of the Day: So, 6 PM has come and gone on the East Coast and I'm still here, which could only mean one thing: I've been left behind.

Before I am cast out into outer darkness to wail and gnash my teeth forever, I've taken the liberty of forwarding Jesus this video to let him know how I feel about his discourteous snub.

[wtc.]