Well, Saturday has come and gone, and the world as we know it did not end. Darn it. :(

I don’t know about you, but I was really kind of hoping that radio preacher Harold Camping’s predictions of Armageddon were going to come true. Not because I believed that I was going to be one of the chosen few who would ascend to Heaven (no way in Hell was that happening!), but because I was really looking forward to those 153 days after all the chosen ones left us.

I mean, I would have already known I wasn’t going to make it, so all the rules were off! It was going to be like being a convict on death row. How many times can you hang me?

Man, I was going to stay up late, sleep half the day away, and not do a darned thing productive for days on end. To hell with the diet!  I planned to eat greasy fried foods and sweet deserts, and wash them down with ice cold Pepsi. I would pinch pretty waitresses on the butt, and tell dirty jokes to anybody within earshot.

I had made up my mind to delete all of the good websites off my computer, and spend my final days reading internet porn. I was going to ignore my bills, and blow every cent I had on toys and frivolities. I mean, who cares? It’s all over, and we already know the outcome!

But alas, Preacher Camping and his Bible-thumping zealots were wrong, again! Just like he was back in 1994, when he also predicted the end of the world. Just like every one of these nutcases are who make their outrageous predictions. Remember when the world was going to go all crazy when 1999 drew to a close and the calendar rolled over to 2000?

I knew it wasn’t going to happen, but a guy can hope, can’t he? I sure was looking forward to a lot of fun for a while. But life goes on, and now I won’t be able to….. oh, wait a minute, I’ve been doing all of that stuff I talked about all along anyway! :) I guess, for me at least, it’s back to business as usual!

Never mind!

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17 Comments on My Rapture Got Ruptured!

  1. Greg White says:

    “Man, I was going to stay up late, sleep half the day away, and not do a darned thing productive for days on end. To hell with the diet! I planned to eat greasy fried foods and sweet deserts, and wash them down with ice cold Pepsi. I would pinch pretty waitresses on the butt, and tell dirty jokes to anybody within earshot.”

    Isn’t this what you do pretty much everyday, anyway?

  2. Chet D says:

    You are one sick and twisted puppy Bad Nick. Thats why I never miss one of your blog posts

  3. Happy Heathen says:

    I wonder what all of those looney tunes who bought into this crap are thinking right now. Do they regret the money they poured into this fruitcake’s treasury. Or will they just wait patiently for the next pronouncement? It’s one thing to have blind faith, but this guys followers are deaf, dumb AND blind!

  4. Francis Callahan says:

    Like they say there is a suckeqr born every minute and two on sunday

  5. Butch Williams says:

    Greg, You beat me to it!

    Nick, so how were you going to be any DIFFERENT THEN THAN NOW?

    Butch (& Fonda)

  6. Barry Crocker says:

    And to think I drank a half bottle of Makers Mark. Shoulda drank Old Crow instead. Grrrr…..

  7. Arley Running says:

    I wonder how the Rev had divided up his assets as it was reported his church was worth up to 70 million dollars.

  8. Dave B. says:

    Why didn’t I think of this. One guy made over $2,000 by advertising he would stay and watch peoples pets for $10 each after the rapture. Hey, maybe I could store your RV for you! Just show me the money.

  9. Connie Bradih says:

    Harry Camping is a con artist. So are a number of the televangelists and pastors in churches. Because in the Bible God didn’t give us a time for his return, he just gives us hints to the type of world and world events that will be present then. Because these so called religious leaders are praying on people doesn’t make the Bible and God’s return untrue. It just means you have to be careful who you listen to when it’s about your everlasting life.

  10. Connie Bradih says:

    Make that preying not praying. But it is a good pun!!

  11. Elaine & Mike says:

    Now we look forward to the Mayans prediction that the world will end in 2012, they just did not give a month that it will happen. Only the Lord knows when it will happen, if it happens. Oh well guess I will just go on enjoying our life style and enjoying everything full timing RV brings.

  12. Gosh Nick, you may have to rethink this, cause from the look of that strawberry pie Miss Terry made, they’ll surely be servin’ it up in heaven!

  13. Glenna Watson says:

    I agree with Connie. Why would you want to take a chance on everlasting hell when you can accept the free gift of salvation that Jesus purchased for you because He loves you?

  14. Darrell says:

    Harold Camping is a few verses short of a full Bible (See Matthew 24:36). And the Mayan Calendar ends on December 21st, 2012. That gives us another year and a half to get our affairs in order (again, see Matthew 24:36).

  15. T & R Martin says:

    “Like a thief in the night” Sound familiar? We won’t know the day or the hour. Some folks are a little off balance when they fall for the “end of the world” predictions. As one celebrity said when whe thought the plane in which she was flying was about to crash: “OMG, I should have eaten that chocolate cake.”

  16. Mike D says:

    Altough everyone will take something a little different from Harold Camping’s prediction, it’s unfortunate that some of those ideas will be even greater blindness. The truth is that no man will know when the end will be – but it will be. Unfortunately many understand ‘believer’ to mean ‘believer of everyone professing faith’. It’s an incorrect interpretation of ‘believer’ but for those not of faith it is an almost inevitable mistake. Believe simply on the truth.

  17. don says:

    There’s way too many people in this world who believe everything they read. Happily I don’t think Bad Nick is one of them. I’ll just keep reading your stuff Bad Nick & skip the comments!

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