Tell Us: Is The End of the World Coming Saturday?
And how will you celebrate your remaining days if it is?
You may have seen the signs. You may have even seen "the signs": It has been raining an awful lot this week. There have been a lot of natural disasters of late. Perhaps, you were not aware at all that this weekend, May 21, in fact, is the end of times. The Rapture. Judgment Day. At least, according to the followers of the Family Radio network and its founder, 89-year-old Harold Camping, who has said on May 21, some will be chosen for the Rapture, while the rest will remain here on Earth in decay until Oct. 21, the end of the world.
It's all a bit bleak. While many have either dismissed Camping's claims (since, after all, he also did predict the same thing in 1994) or just haven't paid any attention to them, some have given up all their personal belongings, spent every last dime and waved banners and handed out flyers proclaiming "The Bible Guarantees It" to the mortal detriment of their personal relationships.
So, now, it's your turn. What do you think? Is Judgment Day really coming this weekend? And, if so, what are you going to do to celebrate your last days on Earth? Will you spend it with your loved ones? With your drinking buddies at Riverside Inn or Kilkenny House? We want to hear from you.