So Camping just “misunderstood” the kind of Judgement?

He’s still attempting to still cash in on his latest apocalypse fumble.

Justifying all previously failed doomsday predictions, Harold Camping has said that God did come in 1994 and that He has come this time too for the final ‘judgement’.

“May 21 is the spiritual coming, but we thought it was physical coming. But He HAS come, he now has the world under judgment,” Camping said as he addressed media for the first time after his doomsday theory failed.

He’s still spouting talk that the end day for the world is October 21st and will really, truly, be the final day for everyone.

Well, at least it means we’ll still get to see the second half of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows but won’t have to see the damned sparkling vampires in Breaking Dawn. The films open on July 16th and November 18th, respectively.

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2 Responses to So Camping just “misunderstood” the kind of Judgement?

  1. Herple Derple says:

    How many fucking judgements are there?

  2. 1minionsopinion says:

    Or as Riley said in season 4 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, “It turns out I suddenly find myself needing to know the plural of apocalypse..”

    I found a list of 44 failed predictions, but I know there’s more than that. This list ends at 1920:

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