Harold Camping--I mean the Mayan calendar--says the world be will as over as the macarena as of tomorrow, and here's what it's urgent that you do:
Don't take out your money and spend it.
Don't tell your loved ones of your warm feelings for them, and conversely, don't tell off those you d ... More >>
The Associated Press reported Friday that the NYPD kept tabs on Muslim-owned businesses based on the religion of owners, second- and third-generation Americans. As this became just one more known element of the NYPD's surveillance, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly met with Muslim leaders in the city. T ... More >>
If you'll recall, back in May, May 21 to be exact, and the days that preceded that fateful day (in which nothing actually happened, but that doesn't mean we didn't worry that it would!), some of us were getting a bit worked up about the so-called Rapture. But, of course, it didn't happen -- y ... More >>
C.S. MuncyRev. Sen. Díaz playing air guitarReverend Sen. Rubén Díaz, Sr., the lone Democratic senator out of 30 to vote against the Marriage Equality Act, is proud to have made history, even though he voted for the losing side.
"I made history. I'm the only New York State Democrat that vo ... More >>
Crazy person and Republican presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty has come up with a totally inventive term for our current health care laws: "Obamneycare." Get it? Like Obama Romney. It's supposed to recall how Mitt Romney shamefully tried to help uninsured people with health problems as the gover ... More >>
The family of a woman in Queens is furious after she left nearly $250,000 in her will to bogus Rapture-propagating pastor Harold Camping. Doris Schmitt was 78 and died weeks before the Rapture was supposed to happen. Her family was shocked to discover that she'd left most of her life savings to C ... More >>
It's been an embarrassing few days for 89-year-old Harold Camping, who had been so sure that the Rapture would happen on May 21 that when it didn't -- or didn't seem to, to anyone's apparent vision, anyway -- he was utterly "flabbergasted" and felt just terrible. But Camping seems to have bou ... More >>
There Will Not Be Blood"It has been a really tough weekend," said Harold Camping, the 89-year-old leader of all of that end of the world bullshit, upon finally opening his front door in Alameda, California, a day after he thought he'd be in heaven. He said he was "flabbergasted"; he wore a po ... More >>
So, we all made it! No Rapture. Despite having assets of over $104 million, Harold Camping's Family Radio didn't quite get it right. How are Rapture believers dealing with it? Reuters talked to a man, Robert Fitzpatrick, who spent $140,000 of his life savings getting the word out about the Raptur ... More >>
Today's New York Times tries as hard as possible to take Saturday, May 21, 2011's Judgment Day as seriously as humanly possible (for an organization based on facts) but ends up just teaching an age-old lesson: every family has a goddamn nut job or two. The self-made Bible-thumper Harold Campi ... More >>
First, I had to deal with the World nightclub closing sometime in the 90s, as I traumatically recall every single waking moment of my life.
But now the whole world is ending!!!!
If you believe Reverend Harold Camping--and why would he lie?--this Saturday at 6 PM, bad shit is going to go dow ... More >>
judgementday2011.com Because the Rapture will descend on this mortal coil Saturday and whoosh away all "true followers" of Christ, many forward-thinking sinners are already planning ahead for that Holy Vaccuum. Specifically, the immediate wake, when the born-again folks have been sucked up to Heaven ... More >>
Followers of Harold Camping predicting the end of the world at Union Square.
Preceded by a loudspeaker-equipped car that trolled slowly along 14th Street shouting admonitions to heed the end of the world, approximately three dozen religious fanatics fanned out across the Union Square Greenm ... More >>
via Daily MailWhat was that thing about "portents"? After birds started the trend of showing up dead, fish followed, and now 40,000 velvet or "devil" crabs have washed up on the shores of Britain, reports the Daily Mail. It's thought they died of hypothermia after the coldest December in 120 ... More >>