Here's the quote of the day from Robert Fitzpatrick, the poor, deluded fool who blew $140,000 of his savings plastering the subway trains and buses of New York with his ads about May 21, 2011 being Judgment Day:
"I can't tell you what I feel right now," he said, surrounded by tourists. "I don't understand it. I don't know. I don't understand what happened.
"Obviously, I haven't understood it correctly because we're still here," he said.
Let me explain it to you Bob. You didn't understand it correctly because you turned off your critical thinking skills. A million people could have tried to dissuade you, implore you, to not buy into Harold Camping's bullshit and piss away your retirement savings. It would not have made a difference, because you were so dead set on believing what you wanted to believe.
Here is the plain, simple truth. The Bible tells us absolutely nothing about our future. Zilch. Nada. Rien. Zip. It doesn't tell us when the world will end or how. So, anyone who tells you that the world will end because of how he or she interprets the Bible is automatically wrong. Take it from me. It's financially sound advice. And the best part? It's free.