Robert Fitzpatrick spent his $140,000 life savings on advertising Harold Camping’s May 21, 2011 ‘Rapture’ rubbish

Ex subway worker sinks $140,000 life savings into campaign advertising the end of the world


May 21, 2011: some fundamentalists claim it will be the end of the world as we know it

May 21, 2011, the end of the world as we know it — updated

More fundie idiocy: ‘Rapture’ supposedly on May 21, 2011

Forget the ‘Rapture’ prediction for May 21, 2011; the end of the world has already happened!

Don’t forget: it’s the End of the World on May 21st.!

Pic of the day: Fundamentalist nutter Harold Camping’s end of the world numerology chart

Photograph of the day: Fundamentalists proclaim ‘Judgment Day May 21′, New York, May 13, 2011

The best way to respond to Harold Camping’s ‘End of the World on May 21st.’ nonsense

Harold Camping and Prince Charles: two ‘End Times’ false prophets

Atheist Brendan O’Neill on the similarities between May 21 Rapturist Harold Camping and the environmentalist lobby

Fundamentalist Watch: Who is Harold Camping and why would anyone believe a word he says?

Damian Thompson on why Harold Camping (and the rest of the Rapturists) are fundamentally boring

Fundamentalist hypocrite Tim ‘Left Behind’ LaHaye accuses Harold Camping of “trivializing” Rapture prophecy

May 21st is over and there’s been no ‘Rapture’: I wonder how this young man feels now?

Photographs of the day: The May 21 ‘Rapture’ spoofs

Arrogant atheists latch on to Harold Camping’s ‘May 21 Rapture’ idiocy to take cheap shots at ordinary Christians

Robert Fitzpatrick update:

Disillusioned: Robert Fitzpatrick, who spent his $140,000 life savings on advertising the ‘May 21 Rapture’

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