Oh crap, the world DIDN’T end, after all.


Dang, dang, walla walla bing bang.

Another Great Disappointment! I have a feeling 2012 will be no better when it comes…

PS: What ass-ugly sites all these rapturists have. Guess they think it won’t matter because they’re not long for this world anyway. No wonder Jesus isn’t rapturing them–he’s afraid they’ll redecorate Heaven, and badly.

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9 Responses to Oh crap, the world DIDN’T end, after all.

  1. cet_alpha says:

    I don’t know, the way things are going, 2012 will be the beginning of the period of real tribulations when some fascist comes to power in the US and unleashes global war to save the country from depression and ruin.

  2. M. Bouffant says:

    Looks like the Bible Prophecy Corner missed it too.

  3. Jim Hadstate says:

    And then they continue to try to “convert” all the gay men and lesbians. That must make God mad as shit. Looks to me that if God wants Heaven redecorated with some taste he will get Jesus to rapture the gay men. Everyone knows that gay men have exquisite taste!
    I know, I know; I will catch Holy Hell for that, but it really isn’t a slam at the LGBT community. It’s a slam on the idiot holy rollers who make life miserable for the LGBT community.

  4. LOL–I was thinking the same thing. God loves gays–because God don’t make junk!
    BTW, I saw a cartoon somewhere showing the rapturists disappointed because God was only rapturing married gay couples. I should see if I can dig it out again and repost it.

  5. ceti_alpha says:

    I remember this one. It started in Korea as another moonie-type cult. That country has a lot of millenialist cults and is the second largest source of missionaries after the US. Very odd — reminds me of an Ursula K. Leguin story.

  6. Richard says:

    Shhhhh — the Mexican tourism industry can use the shot in the arm from all the Mayan Prophesy yin-yangs. I see a great future in return ticket sales…

  7. I’m sure it could. I just wish people would seize on something other than the cheesy tripe. They probably “ended” the calendar then because that was just as high as their numeric system went, or something equally innocent.

  8. M. Bouffant says:

    Yes, I read somewhere that the Mayans simply started a new calendar after the old one ran out.

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