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Man spends entire retirement savings on May 21 end of world doomsday coming.


Robert Fitzpatrick jeered when the world fails to disintegrate.

Doomsday sayer Robert Fitzpatrick predicts by tomorrow evening he will be instantly zapped into heaven.

When May 21, 2011 Backfires. Will the world end tomorrow?

Robert Fitzpatrick’s ‘Doomsday Code’ is now shackled on the side of a bus shelter.(he may not be so stupid as we all wonder he is)

Is Robert Fitzpatrick just a sucker?

Robert Fitzpatrick, a retired MTA employee is convinced the world will no longer exist come May 21st. In fact he is so convinced that the world will no longer come to exist come next weekend that he has spent his entire retirement savings to warn us.

nydailynews: “Global Earthquake! The Greatest Ever – Judgment Day: May 21,” the ad declares above a placid picture of night over Jerusalem with a clock that’s about to strike midnight.

“I’m trying to warn people about what’s coming,” the 60-year-old Staten Island resident said. “People who have an understanding [of end times] have an obligation to warn everyone.”

Apparently Mr Fitzpatrick feels quite obliged- which is why he has spared no expense in buying ads with his entire retirement savings of $140 000  that have begun to dot the NYC landscape. Which makes sense when you believe in your heart of hearts that the world will no longer exist come next weekend.

His doomsday warning has appeared on 1,000 placards on subway cars, at a cost of $90,000, and at bus shelters around the city, for $50,000 more.

Fitzpatrick’s millenial mania began after he retired in 2006 and began listening to California evangelist Harold Camping‘s “end of days” predictions.

And in a way, Mr Fitzpatrick is correct, because after he has pissed away spent his entire savings on an ad that many of us will find contemptuous the world will indeed cease to exist- or which is to say- Mr Fitzpatrick’s world will no longer cease to exist. Which may after all may be the real reason why Mr Fitzpatrick is allocating so much money on a Californian evangelist’s teachings…

Camping has predicted the end of world once before – on Sept. 6, 1994. When the sun rose on Sept. 7, Camping admitted he might have had that one wrong.

Still, Fitzpatrick remains convinced the beginning of the end is coming next week.

“It’ll start just before midnight, Jerusalem time: It’ll be instantaneous and global,” he said. “There are too many scriptures talking about ‘sudden destruction.'”

While Jesus Christ returns to Earth and all non-believers burn in eternal hellfire, Fitzpatrick says he and all those in the know will be saved in the rapture.

Being saved from eternal damnation strikes this author as a useful part time occupation too. Of course whether he or any of his readers will find the volition to dig deep into their bank accounts is another question all together.

And just in case you’re wondering like this author what Mr Fitzpatrick will think once the world ceases to exist next week, there’s this:

Fitzgerald said there’s no chance that will happen and he has had no doubt about plunking down his retirement.

“It is the date,” he insisted.

Not that he’s been able to convince everyone.

“My sister doesn’t believe it,” he admitted. “I’ve tried to tell her. But that’s pretty much the story with most people.”

Never mind, come next week- the world will be destroyed and gone, or at least it will be for one man who will be putting himself in harm’s way now that he has spent his entire savings on his own crusade. But then again, maybe that’s what the whole campaign is really all about- resurrecting one man’s sense of self before he ultimately leaves the world.

Will the world end on May 21st, 2011?



  1. This is what I love about the internet.
    Morons can expose themselves to the entire planet for next to nothing.
    I love the way he says he double checked Harolds math.
    Math done by and idiot, double checked by an idiot, still results in math done by idiots.  Where’s the mystery?

  2. Um Jesus was almost definitely an historical figure, his followers documented his life for centuries after his death.
    Whether you beleive this is fact or not, or if he was the son of God is, in my opnion irrelevent to his basic teachings, which are about treating your fellow man with dignity and being a good person in life, his teachings and the Bible generally have been twisted by powerful dictators and regimes like the Inquisition, and used as fuel for sectarian strife, BUT those teachings have inspired many peoples and many cultures to act with kindness and compassion, self sacrifice, example and made a real difference to the lives of many. How many people’s lives were made more bearable by Mother Thereasa, look at Ghandi, perhaps not a Christian, but inspired by the teachings of Jesus as well as those of Islam and Hinduism to harm noone out of anger or revenge, buy set an example to others.
    The world isn’t a perfect place, and sometimes conflict happens, but the teachings of Jesus set a moral and personal example to us, they are our holy book and code for life all in one, and offer a lot to the individual whether they actually accept religion or not, it is irrelvent.

  3. samscola, you’re a dimbulb. you totally misquoted deut. 23:18. it says: “thou shalt not bring the hire of a whore or the price (NOT “wages”) of a dog, into the house of the Lord thy God for any vow (NOT “votive offering”): for even both these are abominatioin unto the Lord thy God.” it has NOTHING to do with offerings and tithes.

  4. This guy must feel like the bigest jack@ss. Shouldn’t we be a little smarter than this by now? But sadly, anyone who is going to be this stupid has to learn their lesson the hard way.

    The world will end when the sun burns out, people. Plain and simple. Either that, or some time in the future when are technology is so powerful that we destroy the planet ourselves with all this violent war. However, even that would be pretty unlikely. This planet has survived earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornados, and even meteors for over 4 billion years and is still here today.

    In short, if the world DOES ever end, it’s not the world that’s going away. It’s us.

  5. Jesus promised to return while some of his disciples were still living, preaching and fleeing persecution (Matt. 16:27, 28; 10:23). To have kept these and many similar promises, Jesus would have had to return sometime in the first century when some of his contemporaries were still living.

    So the Second Coming occurred nearly 2,000 years ago. Only two alternatives exist. Either Jesus kept his many promises and returned when he said he would, or he was a false prophet and certainly not the Son of God. This is Christianity’s great dilemma.

  6. Karen–very insightful. The most insightful thing I’ve read on this whole ridiculous. And because no one here is intelligent enough to understand what you’re saying, they resort to name calling.

    The idiocy on this thread goes both ways. You have the so-called Bible thumpers and the Athiests who in both respects believe they are absolutely correct in their assumptions.

    I could care less either way to be honest. My relationship with God isn’t dictated by religion or someone else’s interpretation of what is right and wrong.

    Just sayin’.

    Yeah…and the world is still here. Well wouldn’t ya know!

  7. I would not want to be in the shoes of all you mockers of Yahuah (including Harold Camping and his followers) when you come face to face with Him on Judgment Day which by the way is NOT 5/21/11 Believe me, when the True prophets speak, you will know. However the evildoers who love their evil ways will not heed their warnings. Yahuah’s word to Harold Camping “Woe to the shepherds who lead My flock astray!”

  8. If you don’t believe in God and youre wrong, you have lots to lose. If you believe in God and You are wrong, You lose nothing. Have an open mind. If you seek him, you WILL find him and you will be absolutely amazed. Just like the air I breathe, I cant see it or show it to you. I can feel it as it sustains my life. I believe in it, I know its real and I believe in Him for I know He is real. I have a relationship. Try it…..before you knock it.

  9. Dear Karen,

    Blah, blah, blah, blah, jfc !! you are the most boring lunatic of all the lunatics on this crazy site of lunatics. Idiots all.

    Thank you.

  10. When May 21, 2011 Backfires

    There are in the world thee monotheistic religious traditions. The largest, called ‘Christianity’, started as a single monolith sometime around two thousand years ago, but now compromises thousands of different denominations, large and small. They all have different, competing versions and visions of the same claim which is: ‘we’ have understood the mind of God!
    These claims, often embellished with layer upon layer of historical tradition are not easy to penetrate. The second thing they all have in common, is that in spite of their conviction of having a ‘hotline’ to the almighty, not one has ever been able to offer any demonstrable prediction of that divine will. A number have tried yet always without success. And every time it happens, the failure demonstrates just how dead, stone cold that hotline has gone. They are all dressed in the emperors new clothes.

    The anomaly should be obvious to all, but even love is not as deaf, dumb and blind a religious conviction. In the modern world, we have become used to having claims demonstrate themselves by the active process of trust called faith, a process that offers a result upon which to make a judgment. In all aspects of life, everything from from our human relationships to scientific and commercial claims.

    Trust in action, called faith exposes what works and what doesn’t, what’s true and what fails the test. That any sphere of intellectual intention, which makes claims to understanding, should demand and expect to be outside this intrinsic accountability for those claims, sits uneasily today for a growing part of humanity. Yet this is what religion demands.

    If proof of the profound ‘unknowing’ of that potential called God were necessary, one Harold Camping, an American evangelical and radio broadcaster, is about to make it crystal clear once again; he has fixed the date for the return of Christ and something called the ‘rapture’ for May 21 2011. Given that no attempt to fix a time or date, for any act of God, by any religious or tradition has ever proved correct, may be why so very few ever attempt it now and risk the considerable humiliation when the bubble of their credibility bursts so publicly, demonstrating to all their own illusions and which itself may provide a general insight into the efficacy of the claims religious make for themselves.

    An earlier attempt by this same wannabe prophet to predict Christ’s return already failed in 1994. According to him, because of a mathematical error of calculation. As if God were subject to mathematics? And while old traditions may snigger, they wouldn’t dare make any similar prediction of their own. Such is the empty confidence they have in their own ‘understanding’. They rely on ‘tradition’ to obscure that fact.

    But lets humor the idea for the moment and consider. There are so many potential implications to muse over: If such an event ever does take place in our lifetimes, the ‘Apocalypse’ that the religious promise will rain down on the rest of us is much more likely to land on their own heads first, hard and heavy! First of all, ‘Christian’ institutional forms have been cracking up in disagreement for the whole of their history. Beginning with the origins of the Roman church, unresolved divisions started even with the choice of scriptural material that was was later to become known as the Bible. However suggestive scripture material may be, there is no recorded document or teaching of a specific ‘revelation’ ever being passed on to anyone by Christ or his followers. Most likely because it was always an oral tradition, a moral teaching, to be shared privately between individuals.

    In the modern world, religious claims and false prophets are a dime a dozen. And however one may pay a politically correct lip-service respect to them, history continues to slowly pull the rug out from any creditability they might pretend to. Whether pedophile priests, acts of terrorism, false prophecies or dangerous intolerance, the foundations of all religious claims remain questionable. I don’t intend making a case here against the potential for God nor in favor of atheism, but have no hesitation about openly questioning the efficacy of religion as we have understood that term via history. For if there is a God, tradition, instead of bringing us closer, has taken our minds and lost them among the obscurantism of scholastic theology!

    The Christian religion as we know it in all of its forms, ancient and modern, is a theological construct. A human intellectual attempt to comprehend the mind of God. Theology therefore only exists because whatever Christ taught in ancient times is unknown, was lost and nothing has been revealed since. The question is this: is theology, upon which all of Christian/Judeo tradition is founded even a valid human intellectual endeavor? Or just the height of human intellectual pretensions, arrogance, spiritual vanity and folly? Probably. For that reason history has chronicled ‘tradition’ breaking, from the inability to agree on the nature of meaning, into thousands of pieces one can observe today. And anyone, priest, scholar or private individual, who opens up a Bible and thinks they have ‘understood’ is playing the theology game, and falls into the same trap. And that game may not be as harmless as it might appear.

    Whatever knowledge or insights might be embedded and hidden among the metaphor, allegory and parables of scriptures, Whether that recorded is even complete, it is obvious that natural reason has been unable to penetrate it’s secrets. However, these ancient texts are unambiguous about one thing. With more that two hundred references, both direct an indirect, warnings of false teaching, false witness, lying interpreters, anti-Christ and of course the arch deceiver, unexposed and presumable at large, there must be in the world individuals, organization and institution teaching falsely in the name of Christ.

    So any true revelation must provide a path for human reason to follow, leading to understanding and the difference between what is from God and what is not, so a right choice to be made among so many completing claims. That ‘key’ and essential insight is what has been missing from all of religious history. As all tradition is theological, and all is without this key, what can be true if no one is false? But is it possible that everything we have come to understand as theologically based ‘religion’ is simply institutionalized wishful thinking?

    Even the name ‘Christ’ is problematic. We are so used to hearing the expression ‘Jesus Christ’ as if this were a first and second name. When in fact, the word ‘Christ’ is a title for the ‘one who reveals’. The bottom line is that if a second coming should take place in any form, what must be among the first priorities for such personage is to expose those whose claims are no better than chasing after wind. And to do so, such a person could very well ‘reveal’ a message at odds with all existing orthodoxy?

    Things could get very interesting confronting an entire history of human spiritual self deception. No doubt there will be much gnashing of teeth. Imagining the fall of two thousand years of intellectual and institutional form would be nothing short of revolutionary. But maybe such a revolution is necessary to force a critical self scrutiny of the human condition on a humanity that avoids confronting or considering it’s own limitations, and exposing our ‘system default’ to gullibility and vanity might offer a useful lesson in humility.

    So the idea of ‘rapture’ is down the drain and could quickly become an unexpected nightmare for the religious. A second Christ is not going to welcome any form of ‘theological’ based truth or faith, but come to expose it! If that is the case, what might the nature or character of a true revelation be that could distinguish itself so clearly from all human theology, dogma and doctrines? That missing ‘key’ is the answer.

    The very thing history has tried for centuries to convince us cannot exist: What science, religion, philosophy, theology, psychology, Hawkins or Dawkins thought impossible, a teaching that was itself a fully demonstrable proof of the living God. A teaching that by an act of faith is directly confirmed by that absolute reality. A teaching that delivers the first ever religious claim of insight into the human condition that meets the Enlightenment criteria of verifiable, direct cause and effect, evidence based truth embodied in experience. A moral teaching that represented a paradigm change in the nature of faith and in the moral and intellectual potential of human nature itself; untangling the greatest questions of human existence: sustainability, consciousness, meaning, suffering, free will and evil.

    Take a deep breath and think about it for a moment. There is nothing in scripture that contradicts such an iconoclastic idea, and much to support it. Only existing theological traditions don’t have such a proof to offer. And as they have throughout history provided the dominant body ideas that make up our conception of God, ironically, none have done more to discredit the very idea of God than religion. It is no wonder that reflective, thinking individuals are now leaving religion in droves, atheism is on the rise and religious ideas are coming under increased critical scrutiny from outside.

    There are few things other than the secular nation state that have been as destructive and divisive among humanity as religion. The opportunity to resolve the God question, should that opportunity ever exist, must be at the top of any dream list for Progressives. Even if that means questioning what has never been questioned before, beginning with ourselves as species. The final act of that ongoing tragic/comedy we call civilization may very well be for humanity to discover the greatest roadblock to progress, other than human nature itself, has been and is religion.

    For all our idealism, neither secular nor religious thought have provided the values to reach out and satisfy the greatest longings of the human soul, have failed to deliver an enduring peace, quench our thirst for a higher justice or secure a sustainable materialism. We have the dream but not the means. What has held those aspirations prisoner is rarely imagined, but if the catalyst with the necessary authority to realize the Dream were ever revealed, who would care enough to act? Unfortunately, the world has usually preferred the soft, the easy and more convenient paths of intellectual vanity, political correctness and spiritual confectionary than the honesty and courage to confront human nature itself.

    The ‘world’ is what we’ve made it and that’s a pretty big mess. I wouldn’t mind seeing the ‘end’ of it! If that simply means accepting a little help from above as the price for certain progress. But first we need to discover and know the difference between the illusions of men and the mind of God…. absolutely.

    Without doubt, nothing is going to happen on May 21 2011 Existing religion is a human fabrication founded upon a vain intellectual imagination, yet the aspirations they represent are both real and mostly sincere and deserve better then the existing empty hope traditions offers. What might happen if they were pointed in the right direction? Our understanding of ourselves and our universe is far from complete. For all it’s pretensions, science has little voice in the God question, but in demanding the scrutiny of any claims, visible or invisible, they are spot on. Should a time ever come, when the human imperative is to escape the gravity of our own thought, having as little prejudicial baggage to dump, religious or secular, could be a considerable advantage!

  11. please leave nature alone ……. the world will be ruined by us fast enough… as for this douchbag spending his own money on trying inform us about the end of time,that is his mistake ……. there are plenty of us who already know were all going to die anyway….. there is a sucker born everyday too…just like me commenting on this ——- —- !!!!!!………………………..

  12. if you believe this yiou have serious problems yes i am a strong believer in god and if you read the book of revelations it sayd no one knows the end of the world only god knows not fucking Harold Camping. So you should go to hell because you think your god and can predict this. so everybody may 21st will be a normal day and then Harold Camping will feel dumb and will probably be home less. Gease i hate people that do this ive heard of 4 end of the world dates in my life and all 4 did not happen i think this will be the same

  13. They are saying the end of days will start with massive earthquakes emulating from New Zealand, do any of you even know where this is? especially, considering most Hollywood blockbusters would have you believe that the apocalypse would emulate from Manhattan and that “Americans” will save the day.. I find this “End of Days” prophecy hard to comprehend?

  14. From “88 reasons why the world will end in 1988” to the Jehovah Witness’s numerous failed prophecies, to all of Hal Lindsay’s “Late Great Planet Earth” mush……………Not to mention the hundreds of incorrect ‘end is near’ prophecies since 30AD. This Saturday May 21st will likely add it’s name to the ranks of a long list of incorrect End times prophecies. (Which are mostly based on OT scripture meant for another time and place, but that’s just my opinion)

    Might as well get a “Rapture Vet” shirt….hahaha


  15. I’ve read each post and it is obvious that these “christians” do not understand their own book.

    RD Coste
    Author of “A Night at the Gates”

  16. The world will not end May 21, and Harold Camping has gone off the deep end. But what is disturbing is the irreverent and cavalier attitude most posts have been about God.

    Matt 12:36 “Every idle word will be bright into judgment”. It is your right to scoff, but there will be a day of reckoning. My prayer is that some will give serious thought to their eternal destiny before a Holy God, for you will one day stand before Him.

    Jesus Christ will either be your Eternal Judge or Lord, and if it is the former you will have a long time to reflect on your disrespectful posts.

  17. The only thing I haven’t been able to figure out is how to profit from these idiots. Maybe I should start an end times dog sitting service.

  18. why does anyone listen to these idiots,i have heard this at least 4 times in my lifetime and i,m still here and so are all the idiots!!!!!!why does google allow this shit!!!!guess thats why i don,t use google!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. Reality is all in check until the day the check bounces. Be it that a thief speaks, and the night does not listen, but it surely will. The day is unknown, because on the day the thief will be known, and a thief never knows when he will be caught, for so much as he is trying to get caught! 🙂

  20. Well if the world is gonna end then let’s have a end of world party! Yes a party, let’s all eat and drink and wait! Who wants to party! Wait even better let all have loads of sex I like that idea better! Forget the party!

  21. Senior Robert Fitzpatrick needs to bass in the afternoon light with Lindsay Lohan, so to speak (Scallywag)? -Dandy ghurron

  22. I love how Bible thumping yahoos always think “END TIMES” when we have extreme wether. (Flooding in the South, terrible storms/tornados) Gee, ever stop to think that this Global Climate Change stuff is actually for real?? ..NO…..couldn’t be….its our wonderful benevolent God, coming to murder everyone off the face of the planet cause he’s upset about gay people…
    Reality Check: May 21st will come and go and your lives will still be as empty as it was on May 20th.

  23. i think this old guy is a loser that wants attention and needs too get a life ….. GAY PEOPLE RULEEE

  24. I just consulted my Majic 8-Ball & it said to “check back later” … so I guess that means the world won’t end… cuz if it ended, how could we check later?? the 8-Ball is never wrong!! I rephrased the question & M 8-B said “my sources say, No!” …

    IT’S OK ~ Flase ALARM!!! We’re good!!

    phukkin wack jobs!!! but hey ~ at least this guy put some much needed funds back into the economy… LOL!

    maybe his evangelical high priest of priestly priesthood will let him live in the basement of his church/compound for free, since he will be homeless on the 22nd!

  25. I’m not sure if it will happen, but c’mon people, we are in a SERIOUS FINANCIAL
    ERA right now, 9% unemployed, everything the Govt getstheir hands on, ends up
    for the worse, Japan has the worst earthquake AND tsunami, people dont respect
    Each other as we can read by the comments, look at the weather around the world,
    Uprisings, look at the technology we have it is what I believe the TOP! So, with this
    being mentioned, ppl please take a step back and look at the signs.

  26. Let me see if I have this right: According to most evangelicals, a “Rapture” and a “Tribulation” and a “Second Coming” WILL eventually occur, it’s just that no one knows exactly when. In fact, a significant number of people actually believe that a “Rapture” will happen during their own lifetimes, and they will be beamed up to Heaven, leaving little more than their clothes and their dentures behind.

    So far it sounds pretty nutty. So why is it that Harold Camping is somehow NUTTIER because he’s determined a DATE for all this mumbo-jumbo?

    I find it extremely disturbing that so many people, even many elected officials, think in such Apocalyptic terms. How it must cloud their long-term view of the future! Imagine: All of our science and technology and exploration and investment in the Advancing Modern World is all for naught, because it will simply be swept away in some grand battle between the armies of Heaven and Hell! How utterly depressing and nihilistic!

    Maybe it would be far better if people would just grow up, get over their fairytales and superstitions, and learn how to live in the REAL WORLD. Trust me, you can enjoy a perfectly happy, decent, and meaningful life without having to worry about “The Rapture.”

  27. Watchtower Jehovah’s Witnesses have little credibility with their own fairy tale primary doctrine of Jesus ‘invisible’ second coming October 1914

    Watchtower society false prophets declare end of world in 1874, 1878, 1881, 1910, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1975, and 1984….

    Danny Haszard been there!

  28. Jesus freaks come out of the wood work on the internet. All religion is social control, a way of keeping the masses tamed while you suck them dry of their money. It is the perfect business model…. their product is a fictional story about some great almighty power and the cost is a boat load of cash.

    Deuteronomy 23:18 You shall not bring the hire of a harlot or the wages of a dog into the house of the LORD your God for any votive offering, for both of these are an abomination to the LORD your God.

    Ya keep the coins at home!!! The church doesn’t want that shit. Keep the money train rolling you stupid bible thumpers,








  31. Wow you guys crack me up first the creation story is over 10,000 years old by the time jesus was around it had been retold to suit new generations many different ways in many different cultures. second the bible you people are quoting from was written by the romans about 75 to 100 years after jesus died so there are no true eyewittness stories in there and none of the apostles actualy wrote any of it (they were all long dead by then) and third if you fools cant figure out that reliegion is only to keep the weak minded populus under control so the wealthy can live great lives while us slaves do all the work then maybe you should all drink the koolaid on may 21 and let the rest of us alone with your stupid superstitions want to change the world spend your money helping out the less privelged and stop wasteing it on ads and church and if there is a god when you die he or she may consider alowing you in heaven but more than likely you will be fertilizer like the rest of us and worked your whole life to make the rich more comfortable and hiding from reality behind church good luck on may 21 i hope you all go and take your god with you.

  32. To those who don’t understand scripture and don’t believe in Christ, Jesus will come like a thief in the night. Daniel 12:9 says “And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.” Also, when Jesus said that no man knows, he used the present tense, not the future tense. Too many people out there calling themselves “believers” and “Christians” when they don’t live the life that God has told us to live. I am guilty myself. But I will heed the Word and listen to His warning. Let it be done.

  33. i love how the “sane” christians are using bible quotes to disprove the may 21st rapture prediction, as if the bible is an authority on anything that occurs in reality. haha

  34. arguing whether there is a god or not, or whether the world will end or not is pointless…THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THAT WE DO GOOD IN LIFE AND LOVE EACHOTHER NO MATTER THE RELIGION…if we did this from the beginning there wouldn’t be war anywhere in the world, and terrorists would have never existed….I DONT KNOW 100% if there is a god or not, however there must be a creator….this life we live in is just a test or something, i dont know…but if there was a god he would definitely forgive us for being imperfect, he made us imperfect for a reason that only he knows…and i KNOW he would DEFINITELY forgive me for my IGNORANCE of live…the same ignorance that i might be typing right now!!! we dont know!!! leave it at that and enjoy live!!!!!

  35. I like how all of the other Christians call people like this crazy as if the things they believe are any more reasonable.

  36. This kind of stuff is so insane, just like religion and all it’s followers. Open your eyes people, there is no such thing as “god.” If there were, don’t you think he deserves to have his ass kicked all the way to hell for doing such a lousy job in taking care of his “children.” Geesh! Religion makes people absolutely crazy. I will say one thing, if there were such a thing as an “Anti-Christ”, I would have to say it is religion, look at all the HELL it has created in mankind.

  37. I don’t believe in any god, and I really don’t care if this guy is trying to tell us all that the world is going to end. (it’s not like he was the first or will be the last) it’s not like we can do anything about a GIANT EARTHQUAKE. As far as the politicians, if the can cause a giant earthquake from doing a bad job then the earth would have ended a long time ago. So go quote you bible to someone else, your all a bunch of nutjobs on my book.

  38. Yeah I agree with one of the other above replies. The world is coming to an end as we know it but not on 5/21/11 or 12/21/12 for that matter. The bible says no man, no not no one, knows when the end will come. It also says the Lord will come like a thief in the night. Does a thief tell you when he’s gonna come break into your house or steal your pissesions?Think about that Mr. fitzpatrick!

  39. Poor guy. Probably never even stopped to think if he had the right god before he zoomed down into some strange details. He would probably not be amused by my book “Are there wheelchairs in heaven?”

  40. Dear sir,

    The Bible states plainly and even Jesus said that no man knows when the end will come only the Father so I hate to say it but you have been tricked by the Devil and when the day comes and goes I hope that it will be a lesson for you to remember that always check the scriptures for any doctrine as it might be false. I am a believer and am prepared for the end whenever it comes but any date I do not believe.

  41. The scoffers must be blind and deaf! The wheels have come off the world, Everything is screwed up. And they expect politicans to fix it, when they are the people that have nearly destroyed the world. There is no one to turn to, no one to trust, yet you laught at this man that is bringing a warning from God. Heaven help you all!

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