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Rapture prediction was good business for pet rescue service…

March 13, 2012
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                                                                                            Apparently… No you can’t.

Amazing…

When doomsday prophet Harold Camping conceded last week that his failed May 21 end-of-the-world prediction was “incorrect and sinful”, the average American probably shrugged…

However, for Bart Centre, Camping’s mea culpa could have real impact on his bottom line.

The co-owner of a business that… promises to care for the pets of Christians who are swept up in the Rapture saw a jump in business last year ahead of Camping’s prediction.

Now he is sorry to see Camping get out of the predictions business.

By Adelle M. Banks, Religion News Service

How did they know whether the “rescuers” would still be around to save the pets…?

They must only have hired atheists…  just to be sure.

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