June 3, 2008

Website Lets You Send a Post-Rapture E-Mail to Friends 'Left Behind'

If millions of Christians suddenly disappear from the face of the Earth as the opening act for Armageddon, Threat Level thinks most nonbelievers will be too busy freaking the hell out to check their e-mail. But if they do log in, now they can be treated to some post-Rapture needling from their missing friends and loved ones, courtesy of web startup YouveBeenLeftBehind.com.

For just $40 a year, believers can arrange for up to 62 people to get a final message exactly six days after the Rapture, that day when -- according to Christian end times dogma -- Christians will be swept up to heaven, while doubters are left behind to suffer seven years of Tribulation under a global government headed by the Antichrist.

Christ on a cross.

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Tor Hershman said...

That's beautiful!

Thanks for the post.

You may send this YouTube flick to believers 'cause The Rapture is not gonna happen, that's TRUE and it ain't RAP



Anonymous said...

Details of the rapture:


Here are examples of these "left behind letters". I suggest reading through several of them to get the overall idea of what they are trying to tell people (even if it is just for entertainment):