With only eight days left until Judgment Day, Harold Camping and the May 21 people are in full “blowing the trumpet” mode that is, they’re warning the rest of us to very quickly repent our sins, accept Jesus Christ as our Messiah, and pack a suitcase for heaven (do
not forget sunblock it is always sunny on top of the clouds). Today, they took out a full-page ad in , and it looks like Today USA this:
The May 21 People Placed This Full-Page Ad in
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