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 RaptureReady.com, 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.

    http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/the-rapture-profiteers-07282011.html
     
  2. I seem to remember Atheists doing the same thing.