im in the wrong business. i should have been a preacher.

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Free Thinker, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. clearly it is very profitable scamming gullible christians:

    The Rapture Profiteers
    All are facing a common problem of the Rapture business: They’re making more money than they can spend before the world ends. Keith Preston, owner of Rapture Ready Consulting in Kenton, Ohio—which is completely unrelated to, he says—estimates his company grossed $380,000 in 2009 by selling products like screen savers featuring the Red Sea and a smartphone app for $4.99 that tells you if you’re in a flood zone. Although sales plummeted to $200,000 in 2010—the short-lived economic uptick, Rapture-sellers say, cast a pall over the sector—Rapture Ready rebounded this year.
  2. I seem to remember Atheists doing the same thing.