The Funniest End-Times Presentation You’ll See All Day

The Funniest End-Times Presentation You’ll See All Day March 21, 2014

So here you go mates, you’ll thank me for this one.

You’ve got to give the guy an “A” for effort– especially the way he tries to dramatize the reading.

Have a wonderful, rapture-less weekend!

via: Jeff Turner

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  • Ruaidhrí Ó Domhnaill

    I didn’t think that was funny at all.
    In fact, it made me rather sick to my stomach.

  • jaunita

    Good grief…are people like this guy, for real?

  • VoiceOfReason71

    Did he spraypaint his hair?! But seriously, given the amount of times he pointed to his paunch, maybe his shirt should say FEAR GUT …

  • John H.

    Sadly, I’ve met a few. I am personally all for a law that prevents people without a certain IQ from speaking publicly.

  • Erik Parker

    O. M. G.

    Epic.

  • “Climb on my back, little Hulksters, and don’t forget to say your prayers, do your exercise, and take your vitamins. Rawrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr *rips shirt*”

  • Donna

    ** deep sigh **

  • guest

    I didn’t find it funny so much as scary and obnoxious. I wonder about the guy’s mental health as well.
    I’ve lived through about five end-of-the-worlds now- the millenium bug, Harold Camping’s predictions one and two, the Mayan Apocalypse and probably more I can’t remember. And I feel fine.

  • guest

    You can have a high IQ and still believe crazy things- like Newton.

  • Paul Julian Gould

    Yeah, but at least Sir Isaac had mercury poisoning as a contributing factor…

  • Paul Julian Gould

    As interested as I was, I could only handle about the first minute before I had to stop the video.

    No, I don’t find it funny at all… willfully ignorant, overblown, undereducated, and just plain batcrap insane, but not funny… I don’t find those things funny at all; just unutterably wearing and not a bit scary, due to there being a fair percentage of our 300 million citizens who think this guy’s dead-on and godly and who agree with him down the line.

    “Yes, but he’s so sincere…” — as have been many horrid examples throughout history.

  • Timothy Weston

    There needs to be a drinking game for guys like this with all the usual language and buzzwords. This guy should also seek out a Toastmaster club in his area to learn how to articulate his thoughts better. True biblical literacy will be huge plus for him as well.

  • guest

    I know you’re joking, but that’s incredibly ableist and gross and not an okay thing to say at all.

  • John H.

    Sometimes the best things people can say in this world is the offensive things. It shows in your comment you had to ponder it, if even for a little bit. And in our day and age, when misinformation and idoltry of gibberlings and zealots whose words are taken as gospel, I’d rather be not okay than complacent.