Wow – it’s Monday and everyone is still here? We all thought the rapture was coming over the weekend. Hopefully no one invested their entire life savings into promoting something that never happened.
“The big news quite honestly of the weekend, the demise of the world had been greatly exaggerated. Somehow we're all still here, the world didn't end this weekend as was predicted,” Glenn said at the start of the radio show this morning.
“Dang, darn. Dang, dang, darn. Dang, darn. Oh, dog gone, darn it! Oh, dang, darn. ” Pat lamented.
“I didn't realize that the world wouldn't end. I didn't realize this guy was a total sham,” Glenn said. “ I sold all my pants.”
“I love how atheists are saying this is for atheists to have a point in their favor,” Stu said. “All the Christians were mocking it. Everybody I knew who's Christians was mocking it. It's like, oh, atheists have a point in - no, they don't.”
Glenn then played video of one follower of Harold Camping, the man who had been promoting the rapture. The follower had spent his entire life savings on advertising for the event that never came. Watch the video, courtesy of The Blaze, below:
“I feel bad for this guy but, you know, you're dumb as a box of rocks, spent his life savings promoting the end of the world,” Glenn said.
And what is Harold Camping saying? “ It's been a really tough weekend.”
“It's been a great weekend. If you thought the end of the world was going to happen, it's been a great weekend,” Glenn joked.
Stu also told how he had tuned into Camping’s radio show on Saturday night. Oddly enough, the program promoted next week’s installment – even though the host and staff would supposedly have been raptured.