OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — California preacher Harold Camping said Monday his prophecy that the world would end was off by five months because Judgment Day actually will come on Oct. 21.
Well that was close! It almost looked like Camping was just another religious nutjob. Turns out, it was just a 5-month miscalculation. Math! Amirite? So there’s still time for everyone to donate all their worldly possessions to Camping’s ministry. WIN!
Imagine your family’s frustration without a Rapture Hatch. Who wants to be stuck to the ceiling during the entire Tribulation? Haven’t you earned the right to a front-row seat in Heaven, watching the sinners suffer below?
California-based company Vivos is providing you and about 4,000 other people the chance to survive the end of the world. The company plans to build a network of 20 shelters near most major cities of the US. Each 20,000-square-foot shelter, which can hold up to 200 people, would be located about five stories underground with walls two to three feet thick. The shelters would be stocked with a year’s supply of “gourmet foods,” as well as medical and dental centers and – as seen in the video below – flat-screen TVs. Each shelter costs about $10 million to build, and Vivos is selling space in the price range of about $50,000 per person. So far, about 1,000 applications have been received for space in the shelters. …Vivos hopes to complete construction and commissioning of the nationwide network by December 21, 2012 (the end of the Mayan calendar, which is also a countdown clock on Vivos’ website).
a couple comments on original physorg.com post (hilarious): Link…
Each shelter has food for 100 people for 1 year, so if something were to happen to 98 of those people could 2 people live comfortably for 50 years? Just asking…
I have room for one other person in my well stocked wine-cellar. Now taking applications from single ladies.