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Harold Camping, 89 years old man, who predicted that the world will end on May 21st, 2011 (Rapture 2011). He predicted that the world will come to an end before, in 1994, but had said it was a miscalculation and that it would be on May 21st, 2011 instead.

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.
Harold Camping: The world is going to be in a chaos that it will make Japan's earthquake look like Sunday school picnic. IT IS RAPTURE 2011!
by RustySpoon3r May 21, 2011
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An exclamation made when your friends or family are teasing you to a point where you can't handle it anymore and a hissy fit is in order.

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An old bastard who, after falsely predicting the rapture and subsequent end of the world twice in 1994 and May 21, 2011, has boldly made another prediction for October 21, 2011. He screwed over many people (although if you're dumb enough to believe kind of deserve it.) He made millions off of this scam from his followers, some donating all of their life savings and retirement to his "non-profit organization."
Harold Camping is, for lack of a better term, a douche bag.
by KaylaKush May 24, 2011
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A pastor who predicted that the world was going to end on May 21st, 2011. He was wrong.
Hey guys, Harold Camping here. On May 21st, all of us Christians are gonna go to Heaven. You ready guys? Oh, crap. Nevermind...
by Nafrenchfry May 24, 2011
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President of Family Radio, and host of his show "Open Forum." He is notorious for his frequent predictions of the rapture, that so far have not been fulfilled. His most recent prediction was in 2011, where he promised that 200 million believers would be taken to heaven, while the rest of the world's population would be left on earth to witness the end of the world. He had predicted that earthquakes would begin at 6 PM on Christmas island and would continue until the end of the world on October 21, 2011, where the world would be completely destroyed by a ball of fire. When the rapture failed to occur on the said day, he "moved" the date of the rapture to October 21, saying that the previous date had been a "spiritual" rapture, and that the real rapture would occur on October 21, 2011, complete with the simotaneous destruction of the world. Unfortunatly, his previous failed prediction will likely ruin his credibility. He had previously predicted the rapture to occur early in 1994.
Harold Camping doesn't know what he's talking about, and neither do the entire 5 people who make up his following.
by dantherocker1 June 02, 2011
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an old piece of shit that has a lot of money because he convinced people that he knows when the world is going to end. he has been wrong on all predictions, and there are more to come in the future.
Hey, i wonder when Harold Camping is going to give up on predicting the end of the world. Fourth times a charm?
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One of a long line of chicken-little wannabes. Greatest claim to fame was conning thousands of Christians into re-painting their mini-vans and holding placards declaring May 21 2011 to be the end of the world (biblical rapture). Camping's other claim to fame was the same stunt, back in 1994, which goes to prove that the average American has a memory like your average goldfish.
So, are you serious, or are you just Harold Camping about it?
by antscreasey May 31, 2011
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