I missed supper tonight so I went to McDonalds at 830 pm. They have the best internet anywhere near Fort Indiantown Gap so I come here to upload photos and do other tasks that are a pain in the butt with Army internet.
On the way, I tuned my car radio to WKDN Camden NJ, the local station broadcasting Family Radio, the network of Harold Camping, the guy who said the world was going to end May 21 with a worldwide earthquake. I have checked WKDN every few days since May 21 to see if the station would shut down or what would happen. Each time I go there they are playing Church music. But tonight I checked WKDN and Harold was taking calls again, answering your Bible questions.
I did not want to miss this. The second caller asked Camping what was going on with his prediction. His answer was priceless!!!!
He said the word Earthquake could be interpreted FIGURATIVELY. Really???
Camping said his prediction caused a figurative earthquake and caused people around the world to think about the Bible--shaking them up. So it WAS and earthquake.
Camping would be simply funny, but for most of his 89 years he has said the only way to interpret the Bible is literally. He said any other interpretation was wrong. But now when his own credibility is in question, the figurative interpretation is correct.
It was, of course, a coincidence that Congressman Anthony Weiner confessed his sins in public just as Camping pulled a fig leaf over his. But these very different men are brothers in colossal hubris.
Anyone who doubts we are a free nation should try to name another nation where these two guys would have uninterrupted access to the public airwaves.
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