His "rapture" predictions are often preceded by a large-scale campaign to advertise the date with posters that say things such as "Save the Date! Judgement Day, May 21st: The Bible Guarantees It!"
Reasonable Christians often ask in response to these predictions, "if God's word is not to be interpreted by humans, then aren't all these predictions rather blasphemic?"
Reasonable people who may or may not be Christian often ask "why would anyone even believe this in the first place? He just picked an arbitrary date, there's no scientific proof at all. I see no reason to freak out."
Some people freak out anyway, because they're either idiots or they're hipsters and they're doing it ironically.
Guy 2: Why are you having a barbecue?
Guy 1: To celebrate Harold Camping's most recent failure to predict the end of the world.
Guy 2: Oh yeah sure, i'll come. Will there be beer?
Guy 1: Of course man, otherwise it wouldn't be a not-the-end-of-the-world barbecue.
On May 21st, when the world did not ended, Harold was nowhere to be seen. Rumors has it is that he is hiding from his followers.
Especially Camping’s followers will be demanding an explanation as they had put all their faith in Camping’s prediction, quitting jobs, selling their possessions and donating all their money to support the Doomsday campaign.
"Who was that cunt who said the world was supposed to end? Oh, thats just Harold Camping."
Harold Camping, you are old as tits.