Remember the “End of the World” fiasco when Harold Camping duped many into believing that the End of the World would be on May 21, 2011?
When it didn’t happen, he said that it was just a “spiritual end of the world” but the real, physical one would occur on October 21, 2011. Those who weren’t saved on May 21, Camping said, “will be annihilated together with the whole physical world on October 21, 2011.”
So here we are. One week away from the Second End of the World. I’m sure Harold is crossing his fingers and hoping this one “takes.”
And just as I did in May, I am issuing another wager to Harold Camping: I am willing to bet him $1 million he is wrong.
If he is right, I pay him $1 million on October 22. If he is wrong, he gives me $1 million. I’m sure he has it, since many people emptied their bank accounts and sent the money in to him prior to May 21 so that he could spread the message about the end of the world, and when it didn’t happen, he refused to return the money.