It's almost become not crazy to predict when the world will end because so many crazy people do it all the freaking time. But look, we're all still here. Nothing has ended. The world is still here. To keep track of all the crazies, but information design agency Accurat created a graphic to show just who has been predicting the end of the world.
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Harold Camping, the radio host who predicted the world would end on Saturday, made his first post-non-apocalypse public appearance on his radio show Monday night. "The first question," he told listeners, "is 'Camping, what about you? Are you ready to shoot yourself or go on a booze trip or whatever?'"
So what do you do when you spend a mammoth amount of time and money to warn people that the world is going to end - and it doesn't? Just pretend it never happened.
So, the world didn't end. Sort of anticlimactic, no? But the apocalyptic letdown didn't stop you guys from pulling off some fantastic rapture bombs. We've got another batch of our favourite bombs - plus super grindmaster Tony Hawk rapturing himself.
Harold Camping speaks! The 89-year-old Nostradamus from Northern California, who spent millions of his followers' dollars to get out the word that the world was ending on Saturday, has been noticeably silent since that day came and went rather unremarkably. But he's at last ready to talk - and oy, what a weekend. Don't get him started.