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Old 25th March 2020, 12:42 PM   #1
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Rapture Ready Index hits 184. (5 points off record high in Oct 2016)

https://www.raptureready.com/rapture-ready-index/

It is a sum of 45 factors rated 1-5.

spoiler alert: the folks who run the site do not think very much of liberals.
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Old 25th March 2020, 01:04 PM   #2
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Ask them if we can have their stuff after they are whisked away.

If so, could they please publish a comprehensive list right now. I need to furnish a new house, and I could do with a new car.
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Old 25th March 2020, 06:55 PM   #3
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Love this little vid made after Harold Campings rapture prediction failed to happen:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9Kl...layer_embedded
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Old 25th March 2020, 09:43 PM   #4
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They have a message board and rule number one is No Date Setting!

I think they do it to prevent arguments, but not having dates on record. does make them look slightly less stupid.
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It only took them 2000 years to figure out that date setting is a bad idea, but better late than never, right?
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Old 27th March 2020, 08:42 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Ulf Nereng View Post
It only took them 2000 years to figure out that date setting is a bad idea, but better late than never, right?
It's been a few years since I was visited by the Jehovah Witnesses but, when the last pair showed up, I did ask them when the World was going to end. !919,1923, 1927, 1930, etc, etc? The younger one in training looked somewhat flustered but the older one said, "We don't make predictions any more."

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Rapture Ready?? That brings back memories...

Last time I dived into that cesspit was when we were all doing successful cold readings for some of the board members to prove Martha Stewart was a fraud.
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The rapture metrics seem very USA centric.
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The rapture metrics seem very USA centric.
Funny how so many people living in the so called best country on Earth can't wait for it all to end.

But they're armed to the teeth against the slim possibility of a home invasion.

On the one hand they crave the call to Jeebus's bosom in a world-ending cataclysm, but still fear being taken by less spectacular means. How do they reconcile that?
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Old 29th March 2020, 09:38 PM   #11
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They have a message board and rule number one is No Date Setting!

I think they do it to prevent arguments, but not having dates on record. does make them look slightly less stupid.
Can't they just agree on "nigh"?

Tomorrow! Tomorrow! I'll rapture! Tomorrow! It's always...A day away!
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Old 30th March 2020, 04:34 PM   #12
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Rapture Ready?? That brings back memories...

Last time I dived into that cesspit was when we were all doing successful cold readings for some of the board members to prove Martha Stewart was a fraud.
I saw what you did there.
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If it weren't for the stay at home order, I'd be out leaving small piles of clothes with a little dry ice and water in them near churches.
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Old 1st April 2020, 09:13 AM   #14
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It only took them 2000 years to figure out that date setting is a bad idea, but better late than never, right?

It's taken 2000 years to still not figure out that "Behold I come quickly" isn't strictly accurate.

And I the only one amused by getting retirement savings adverts on the page?

On a more serious note I took a look through their forum a while back, god it was depressing. So many people who are so miserable in their lives that they are literally praying for the world to end.
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https://www.raptureready.com/rapture-ready-index/

It is a sum of 45 factors rated 1-5.

spoiler alert: the folks who run the site do not think very much of liberals.
most normals don't. They hate industry, and the economy and want to tax everyone into the stone age.
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most normals don't. They hate industry, and the economy and want to tax everyone into the stone age.
Yeah, the selfish librul bastards, wanting the super rich to pay a little more tax so the poorest in society can eat. librul bastards.
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Yeah, the selfish librul bastards, wanting the super rich to pay a little more tax* so the poorest in society can eat. librul bastards.
*and/or a reasonable living wage. Commie bastards!
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*and/or a reasonable living wage. Commie bastards!
Hey pinkie, one step at a time.
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Wow!.......... Index has climbed to 186 folks.

Jesus is getting the Golden Chariot out of its heavenly garage.
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Wow!.......... Index has climbed to 186 folks.

Jesus is getting the Golden Chariot out of its heavenly garage.
I have it on good authority that he drives a Honda

"For I did not speak of my own Accord" - John 12:49
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I have it on good authority that he drives a Honda

"For I did not speak of my own Accord" - John 12:49
Da-boom tish.
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I have it on good authority that he drives a Honda

"For I did not speak of my own Accord" - John 12:49

Nah, a Plymouth. He drove the money changers out of the Temple in a Fury.
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Nah, a Plymouth. He drove the money changers out of the Temple in a Fury.
Hilarious! Please, stop it!

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Nah, a Plymouth. He drove the money changers out of the Temple in a Fury.
It clearly says he travels on a donkey and an ass so I assumed it was a Dodge.
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Nah, a Plymouth. He drove the money changers out of the Temple in a Fury.
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Funny how so many people living in the so called best country on Earth can't wait for it all to end.

But they're armed to the teeth against the slim possibility of a home invasion.

On the one hand they crave the call to Jeebus's bosom in a world-ending cataclysm, but still fear being taken by less spectacular means. How do they reconcile that?
It kind of surprises me how man religious people seem to be really afraid of dying. If you truly believe that after your death, an afterlife of eternal paradise awaits you, wouldn't you look forward to death, or at least not be afraid of it?
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It kind of surprises me how man religious people seem to be really afraid of dying. If you truly believe that after your death, an afterlife of eternal paradise awaits you, wouldn't you look forward to death, or at least not be afraid of it?

Not making the cut is the fear the faithful have. That the faith they have may not be quite up to the right standard. If you're a Catholic are you up to date with your confessions and received absolution perhaps? Lots of stuff in the scriptures about the long odds against making the grade.

My mother "got religion" late in life and was very afraid of dying. Her late found devotion seemed not to give her any solace unfortunately. I wonder about the claims that religious faith gives comfort to be honest.
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It kind of surprises me how man religious people seem to be really afraid of dying. If you truly believe that after your death, an afterlife of eternal paradise awaits you, wouldn't you look forward to death, or at least not be afraid of it?
In fairness, there is a difference between death and dying. Dying can potentially be a prolonged and painful process that no reasonable person should want to suffer through, irrespective of the inevitable outcome or their particular opinions on spirituality or an afterlife.

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In fairness, there is a difference between death and dying. Dying can potentially be a prolonged and painful process that no reasonable person should want to suffer through, irrespective of the inevitable outcome or their particular opinions on spirituality or an afterlife.
This. With the added bonus that the faithful believe that if the Rapture comes they'll get to skip the whole dying bit altogether and watch from Heaven as everyone who disagreed with them gets tortured on Earth.
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Am I childish for laughing uproariously at the fact their banner tagline is "Behold! I come quickly!"?
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Am I childish for laughing uproariously at the fact their banner tagline is "Behold! I come quickly!"?
**cough** Post #14 **cough**
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It kind of surprises me how man religious people seem to be really afraid of dying. If you truly believe that after your death, an afterlife of eternal paradise awaits you, wouldn't you look forward to death, or at least not be afraid of it?

It shouldn't surprise you. There is a big difference between knowing based on observation and believing (even 'truly') based on wishful thinking.
Believers are not unaware of the trick they are playing on themselves. Being in denial is different from being unaware.
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**cough** Post #14 **cough**
MarkCorrigan was, I believe, thinking more 'Carry On' than you were.
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MarkCorrigan was, I believe, thinking more 'Carry On' than you were.
Yup I was.
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MarkCorrigan was, I believe, thinking more 'Carry On' than you were.
OMG, I need to get my smut detector checked! How did I miss an entendre so obviously double?
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Mate, that was a treble!!

It's a Brit thing, we were brought up on bawdy Ealing capers.
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Mate, that was a treble!!

It's a Brit thing, we were brought up on bawdy Ealing capers.
I am a Brit! I was brought (dragged?) up on Carry On and Dick Emery!
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Am I childish for laughing uproariously at the fact their banner tagline is "Behold! I come quickly!"?
Awesome 😊
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