Monday, May 23, 2011

Next time try a calculator

I'm flabbergasted anybody ever listens to any of these patent charlatans:

[T]here was Camping, "flabbergasted" in Alameda, wearing tan slacks, a tucked-in polo shirt and a light jacket. [...]

"I'm looking for answers," Camping said, adding that meant frequent prayer and consultations with friends.

I'm confident that after "prayer" and "consultation" Camping will emerge with the "revelation" that the Almighty somehow has a plan that involves people giving him money.

I sort of feel sorry for those morons who were taken in, but frankly there are too many of them and far too many that are just a shade more "reality-based" than them that have us with politics laden with fantasy -- i.e. the modern Republican Party.


pansypoo said...

his believers still didn't see the light. it was just his math.

StonyPillow said...

I'm not feeling one iota sorry for those morons. The world would be a more Christian place without 'em.