Beware of False Profits

The Rapture was a Rupture

Harold Camping should just do the right thing and kill himself.  Then his staff can throw an empty suit and shoes on his lawn and say “Harold was the only one who got raptured up this time – but he’s coming back for us.”

Camping’s 66-radio station empire is worth about $100 Million dollars and donations have “spiked” these last few weeks.  Who gave the money? Camping’s “followers” – or, as we used to call them: suckers.

4 Responses to “Beware of False Profits”

  1. Joe Belle-Isle says:

    Kinda reminds me of a self proclaimed atheist electrician I worked with who thought he found a loophole in paying taxes and started his own religion. It was made up of other travelling industrial electricians and their working freinds. They all followed Frank. From Job to Job around the country. Writing off everything On their taxes and paying none. And he was a registerred non-profit religious religion. And it worked for a long time until somebody finaly decided to do an audit of his “Church.”
    Franks nickname was, “Wormy.” And all of a sudden all of wormies followers and him had to pay a bunch of back taxes and front taxes. I always run into people who have studied the tax laws and can explain to you hoe taxes are illegal and only fools pay them.

  2. According to Harold Camping, 200 million people should have been saved by now, leaving 6.5 billion people to perish in 5 months.

  3. Joe Belle-Isle says:

    Can’t they just take baths in Monosodium Glutamate like it looks like he does?

  4. Bill says:

    Why did they give him money if they really believed him. Why would he need money in heaven? Why ask for it in the first place?

    I guess we all know the answers. He wants the money to create his own little heaven on earth, and they gave it to him because they’re stupid. And being stupid is one of the natural rights of man.

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