Robert Fitzpatrick Reacts To Doomsday False Alarm

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in

Some guy who wrote a book about the Rapture gets mocked in Times Square, NYC. You almost feel bad for him... almost.
There are 39 comments:
Male 96
they should have been interviewing that jesus guy instead, he would have been able to answer the questions better.
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Male 411
its one thing to laugh at such a silly idea but to cut someone up to their face is kinda ignorant.. New Yorkers are so arrogant.
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Female 4,039
I don`t feel bad for loonie people - being delusional is a lot easier than getting up every day and trying to be a good, positive and productive person.
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Male 349
That channel7 slag would have got punched in the tits if I was there, acting as if having a microphone is the same as a police badge
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Male 16
Why would anybody care about the people who gave their life savings away?
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Male 220
Why doesn`t the interviewer just shut up and let the other guy talk?
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Male 173
Something I never understood:
"The World is comming to an end - so give me money"

Why? Are you going to pay off God to prevent cataclysm or what? What good is money?

People giving money to cataclysm "prophets" are just as stupid as people giving money to Nigerian spammers. :/
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Male 2,576
Here`s a thought, the rapture did happened and no one was taken.
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Female 4,359
that was very funny gerry. very f ucking funny :)
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Female 4,359
I wish jesus would turn back up and tell all these idiots the hell off for being so stupid and cruel and committing so many atrocities since he "left" in the first place.
What would jesus have to say about preists abusing kids?
the pope not letting his flock use condoms and speading aids like wildfire?
Religious wars?
I could go on forever.
come on god, send `im down to answer some serious questions.
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Male 3,076
come on can`t we just officially declare the bible as fiction?
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Male 14
This was all a load of bs from the beginning. it specifically says in the bible that nobody will be able to predict the end of days. anyone who believed in this guy has never actually read the bible, or they would know this. People like him and the people who believe him are the nutjobs that give real Christians a bad rap.
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Male 400
@Elegy
Male, 13-17, Eastern US


If you`re going to quote Seneca, you really should give credit.
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Male 155
Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.
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Male 875
10 minutes? no thank you
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Male 1,526
Well, lol!
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Male 2,050
proud to be an atheist.
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Male 4,902
did anyone actually believe this crap
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Male 229
Why the hell would you give away your money when the world is enfind? o.O
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Male 2,422
The dude made tons of money by taking advantage of idiots. There`s nothing wrong with that.
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Male 1,920
never come true
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Male 1,920
@patchouly
"Christians are falling back on the "The Bible says no one knows when..." thing, it also says that God will reveal the information."

Just where does it say that?

My Bible not only says God only knows, it also says
1Th 5:1 But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write to you.
1Th 5:2 For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.

Mat 24:40 Then will two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.
Mat 24:41 Two women will be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left.
Mat 24:42 Watch therefore; for ye know not what hour your Lord cometh.

Mat 24:44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of man cometh.

Mat 24:11 And many false prophets will rise, and will deceive many.

It`s pretty clear what the Bible says, and why these predictions
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Male 38,480
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Male 25,416
wow, that was long
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Male 4,746
Man, that one black guy (the one doing the shooting?), was irritating.

In a way, I sort of feel sorry for these guys...They`ve all been brainwashed; tricked.

Although Christians are falling back on the "The Bible says no one knows when..." thing, it also says that God will reveal the information. (Gee, the Bible contradicting itself...who would have known). The dates he has are right, if the Bible is to be believed. Anyone who is Christian should have believed this and it should also stand as more solid proof that the whole thing is just a lie.
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Male 1,442
The guy already caused sucides and made multi millions off both the first and second one.

What is there to feel sorry for? Because his desires for all the `sinners` to burn in hell didn`t come true? Because he is old and a convincing actor of innocence? Just makes him a real good con man. Guy has everything coming to him short of a lynching.
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Male 798
Wow that black guy was drating retarded.

"Where da money at? People gave their life savings, where da money at?"

"Well, all the money that was donated was spent on advertising."

"Well where da money at? Dey need ta get a refund, dat poo is wack."
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Male 532
I don`t feel bad for him or any of the other morons who were stupid enough to pi$$ away their life savings on some doomsday prophet kook. In life we cannot waste time and energy protecting people from their own stupidity and gullibility, religious or otherwise. If you think that a Nigerian prince needs you to wire him your life savings or some moron from the Mid-West tells you the world is going to end and he needs YOUR money to spread the word, then you deserve whatever you get. It`s a less deadly form of Darwinism and if we go about trying to reimburse people for their own stupidity then we are just as dumb. Let water seek it`s own level. Tax religious institutions and if they`re worth their salt they will thrive. If not then they should be allowed to go the way of the dinosaur.
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Female 383
Poor guy. Who cares about the people who donated the money; the nutjobs believed them, and the paid the price for believing in God -- too bad, mofos!
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Male 86
I kind of feel bad for him, but you cant just go around crying wolf.
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Male 17
Why mock the delusional? Mock the people who believed him instead, though; I guess they were delusional as well.
He truly believed in this, a lot of people believe in stuff that others claim isn`t real, and a lot of people have put their money in it too.

The world is filled with too many douchebags!
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Male 1,252
I tried to receive free houses as a testament and dedication to the word of te lord. Failure to show true conviction was to deny the word of god. Got nothing but a whole lotta hate mail lol.
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Male 167
Peharps most importantly: why do people insist on recording videos vertically? I mean, come on, just tilt your phone sideways, how hard can it be?
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Male 1,678
Hope the boy interviewing him lost all his money .. what a knob.
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Male 541
I don`t feel bad for him, I feel bad for the people stupid enough to believe in it... almost.
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Male 3,285
i just think it`s hilarious how people believe an 80 odd year old person who probably suffers from dementia. Oh yea, http://www. bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-13489641 give that a read.
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Male 2,553
I think this is hilarious in a way, but I get so incredibly frustrated when people ask someone a question and do not let the person answer. Ask a rhetorical question, but ask it once to make a point. Others may affirm your question but repeating it time after time is just aggrevating. Either that, or you ask a question and let him answer!
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Male 38,480

it`s like Jerry Springer in Times Square
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Male 20,158
Link: Robert Fitzpatrick Reacts To Doomsday False Alarm [Rate Link] - Some guy who wrote a book about the Rapture gets mocked in Times Square, NYC. You almost feel bad for him... almost.
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