Christian Conspiracy Theorist David Meade Cancels Apocalypse: Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade, who claimed the world would end September 23rd when the mysterious planet Nibiru would collide with Earth, is now backtracking on that prediction and instead claiming that the world “as we know it” will be ending beginning October 2017.
Oh crap, now I have to unpack everything. I just assumed the apocalypse didn’t happen because Nibiru might have been stuck in traffic and running a little late. Don’t ya just hate it when they cancel important stuff like the end of the world at the last minute? Is it just me, or does it seem like this David Meade guy has been making doomsday predictions like there’s no tomorrow?
Not to be critical, but at this point, I think there’s a better chance of Donald Trump getting complimentary season tickets for Golden State Warriors games than one of David Meade’s predictions coming true. Just as well, I had a few things I needed to get done this week anyway. Now if I can just reschedule that colon hydrotherapy appointment I canceled.
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