Countdown time. It's in the Bible, right?

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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
Anaxagoras wrote:It's Armageddon Day!

You know that it starts in Japan first, right? Well, maybe not first, but before all of you people. It's not all at once, but goes time-zone by time-zone, IIRC.

SO neener, neener neener! :P
Supposedly 6pm.

What time is it there? I know I could look it up, but I'm lazy.

Almost four in the morning (I was curious myself and looked it up before even reading this thread).

So about 2:00 am my time (pacific) is when we can start pointing and laughing.
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I hope these links are worth a look. They sounded interesting but since the internet service at the hotel where the railroad keeps us sucks, I haven't been able to see the entire page:

50 Reasons Why The World Is Definitely Ending On Saturday

11 Things You Need To Know About The Rapture
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people in china are getting raptures right now. the only reason you're not hearing about it is there are so few Chinese Christians.
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Camping: Certafuckingfiable. And he's an old radio guy to boot. That explains a lot.

My plan to watch End Of The World movies and get lightly pissed still stands.
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Wimp! Go the whole hog and get completely pissed.

It'll just feel like the end of the world.

:D
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
Anaxagoras wrote:It's Armageddon Day!

You know that it starts in Japan first, right? Well, maybe not first, but before all of you people. It's not all at once, but goes time-zone by time-zone, IIRC.

SO neener, neener neener! :P
Supposedly 6pm.

What time is it there? I know I could look it up, but I'm lazy.
It was just after midnight when I posted that. 10:35 am now. So that makes 7 hours, 25 minutes to go.
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Since I'm the "flaming" christian here, I will post on Sunday if I remember to. I'm planning to see the new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie.

I've already "told" the Lord that I'm ready to go so we'll see how many people are still here on Sunday. Man, those people who sold all their stuff are gonna have some thinking to do...
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grayman wrote:I hope these links are worth a look. They sounded interesting but since the internet service at the hotel where the railroad keeps us sucks, I haven't been able to see the entire page:

50 Reasons Why The World Is Definitely Ending On Saturday

11 Things You Need To Know About The Rapture
Thanks. I'm passing those on. :D
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If you want to see what time it is:

http://www.worldtimezone.com/

Less than an hour before it starts out in the Pacific, I think (the time zones are little confusing out in the middle of the Pacific).

There's supposed to be a huge earthquake though, so it should be detectable, right?

ETA: Tonga is where it will start. They're the only country in the first time zone. New Zealand is an hour later.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Stand ... _world.png
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orphia nay wrote:http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w194 ... re_now.jpg
Oh noes! :o
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I hear Tonga and New Zealand have already experienced 0.0 magnitude quakes tonight.
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It's 6:04 pm here in Eastern Australia. If the Rapture is here, it's very sneaky about it.
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For a while, I was wondering why their site was called "ediblefellowship.com".
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I'd like to visit some of these anyway.
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Broadcaster silent as "Judgment Day" hours tick by...
With no sign of Judgment Day arriving as he had forecast, the 89-year-old California evangelical broadcaster and former civil engineer behind the pronouncement seemed to have gone silent on Saturday.
A fool and his money...
In New York, at least one of Camping's followers continued to hold out hope Judgment Day would come.

Retired Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker Robert Fitzpatrick, 60, said he spent more than $140,000 of his savings on subway posters and bus shelter advertisements warning of the May 21 Judgment Day.

"God's people are commanded to sound the warning, to sound the trumpet so to speak so people know," Fitzpatrick said of his advertising blitz.

He said Camping led him to believe Judgment Day would be May 21, but added that he disagreed with the broadcaster's prediction it would begin in Asia.

In Fitzpatrick's view, from his reading of the Bible, Judgment Day would begin around 6 p.m. Eastern Time. He said on Saturday he still had no doubt Judgment Day would come this day.

"I wouldn't even entertain that question because there's too much proof from the Bible," he said.
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Hi, I'm still here at 5:10p.m. Pacific Time - no earthquake or anything. Earlier I purchased my advance ticket for "Pirates of the Caribbean." :)
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It's now 6:00 Pacific. I just farted. That is all.
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grayman wrote:A fool and his money...
In New York, at least one of Camping's followers continued to hold out hope Judgment Day would come.

Retired Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker Robert Fitzpatrick, 60, said he spent more than $140,000 of his savings on subway posters and bus shelter advertisements warning of the May 21 Judgment Day.
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Thanks Orphia Nay.
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Hello - it's SUNDAY here at 6:05 A.M. and I'm still here in sunny California, supposed land of earthquakes - no earthquake...

I'm looking forward to a nice day at the movies. :) "No man knows the day or the hour...."
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Good to hear that you're still with us, MLynn. What are you going to watch? The Ten Commandments?
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asthmatic camel wrote:Good to hear that you're still with us, MLynn. What are you going to watch? The Ten Commandments?
:lol: Prirates of the Caribbean.
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Saw this photo with the headline "Camping's Followers Dejeccted, Drained" and couldn't resist.
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asthmatic camel wrote:Good to hear that you're still with us, MLynn. What are you going to watch? The Ten Commandments?
I don't know about MLynn, but I'm going to finally sit down and listen to those hundreds of hours of "teaching on the Bible" available online or available for download on the Judgment Day website Abdul posted a few posts above this one. I didn't have time to listen to them in the few days before the Rapture. Now that the world has ended, however, apparently I've got nothing but time. Ah, thanks, Judgment Day. Now I can get all the shit done that I couldn't while the earth was still turning.

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MLynn wrote:
asthmatic camel wrote:Good to hear that you're still with us, MLynn. What are you going to watch? The Ten Commandments?
:lol: Prirates of the Caribbean.

Now I'm in trouble with the wife again. I read that as Primates of the Caribbean.

Time for some new spectacles, methinks.

:shock:
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Musical intermission.

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Camping: World is Still Ending on Oct. 21

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Live blog of Harold Camping answering questions.

World still ending on Oct. 21. May 21 was Judgment day. But it was a "spiritual judgment" not "physical." Not giving money back. Not taking any responsibility for followers' actions.
Today 10:04 AM "The World Has Been Warned. My Has It Been Warned!" says Camping

Camping says there will be no more billboards or street preaching, but the world is still ending Oct. 21.
Today 10:05 AM "May 21 Was A Spiritual Coming, Where We Had Thought It Was a Spiritual Coming."

"It won't be a five-month terrible difficulty...that we have learned," said Camping. Instead, he says, the world will end quickly on Oct. 21 without any build up.
Today 10:12 AM Will Camping Give Donors Money Back or Help Them Out?

"It is true that a few people have" quit jobs or depleted life savings to donate to Family Radio or spread his Judgment Day message, Camping says, but he says he never told people to do that.

"There are people who for example that have given up their jobs...to work for Family Radio, given their time, and they do because they love the Lord."
Today 10:14 AM Camping says again that Judgment Day Came, "It Was Just Spiritual."

"The timing, the structures, the proofs, none of that has changed at all," says Camping.

He is sticking to the numerology he used to determine the May 21 and Oct. 21 dates.

"All I am is a humble teacher. I search the Bible. I search the Bible," he says.
Today 10:25 AM Camping Tells Reporter that Humans are Not Capable of Understanding the Bible

Reporter, after hearing Camping talk about his studies of the Bible, asks Camping if he is saying that "we as humans are not capable of understanding the Bible?"

"You are correct," says Camping. He starts telling a story from the Bible about Saul.
Huh? But you said "The Bible guarantees it."
Today 10:29 AM Camping Doesn't Take Responsibility for Followers' Actions

Reporter, speaking of a May 21 follower: "How do you feel about this woman who tried to take her life and her own daughters' life?"

Camping hears incorrectly and thinks that somebody committed suicide.

Camping: "She attempted to? Oh my that makes me feel better because death is terrible. It's contrary to all that the Bible teaches."

Reporter: "Do you take any responsibility for that?"

Camping says he does "not take responsibility. I don't have spiritual rule of anybody, except my wife," he chuckles. "Because as head of the household I have spiritual rule over my wife."
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What a miserable slimy fuck. Too bad there's no way within the law to stop this madness.
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sparks wrote:What a miserable slimy fuck. Too bad there's no way within the law to stop this madness.
With a bit of luck, Dennis Markuze will finish him off for telling porkies.
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sparks wrote:What a miserable slimy fuck Cunt. Too bad there's no way within the law to stop this madness.
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sparks wrote:What a miserable slimy fuck. Too bad there's no way within the law to stop this madness.
If we were still living in Old Testament times, he would have been stoned with 12 pound rocks as a false prophet. A prophet of God must be 100%. I'd like to use duct tape. :wink:
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Doesn't mince his words, does he?

:D
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................(I'm still chuckling about 'Primates Of The Caribbean'................comedy fucking gold right there I tell ya)..........................