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If you're still here that is, and remember:

Elections Canada threatens $25K fine for Canadians tweeting Rapture results from Atlantic before rest of us have a chance to die.

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Submitted by gizzardboy on

Mortaljive used to post here and this is the chorus from a poem of his named Naked Chistians Flying Up:

Naked Christians go to heaven
You can see it in their smiles
Naked Christians into heaven
Clothing left behind in piles
Naked Christians flying up
Up above the world so high
If you’re modest, you’re in trouble
Grab your nethers when you fly

Full poem at

Then there is Henry E. Panky's musings on what post-Rapture life will be like for those of us left behind:

And more recently, the Dependable Renegade offers this:

There are more, but those of some of my favorites.

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Submitted by LostClown on

planning on leaving piles of clothes around town tomorrow incase the rapture doesn't happen?

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Submitted by LostClown on

What else is the explanation?

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Submitted by LostClown on

Haven't you been reading my announcements on the side panel about my radio show?

*hmph* Now I'm hurt. *flounce*


Submitted by lambert on

Alrighty then:

As the day drew nearer, followers reported that donations grew, allowing Family Radio to spend millions on more than 5,000 billboards and 20 RVs plastered with the doomsday message. In 2009, the nonprofit reported in IRS filings that it received $18.3 million in donations, and had assets of more than $104 million, including $34 million in stocks or other publicly traded securities.

So, did they cash it all in today? If not, why not?

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Submitted by Bryan on

One might think that tomorrow it will be discovered that the money, the board of directors, and several RVs are missing.

Must have been the "Rapture".

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Submitted by coyotecreek on

I wouldn't doubt that for a minute.

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Submitted by lizpolaris on

Out of 6 billion people on the planet, that's .003 %. Assuming the righteous are spread all over and among all age groups, who can say that the rapture didn't happen yesterday? It's just that the smug holy rollers who thought they'd be going are sinners like the rest of us. They seem to be having trouble coming to grips with that.