Well, they did raise their rate from $110 to $135 because of all the Family Radio hysteria. Still, I bet there are plenty of Christians who don't want to entrust their pets to an atheist. Maybe I should start a business with the pitch: "Look, I'm a Christian who thinks Camping and LaHaye are full of it, but if it turns out that I'm wrong I'll rescue your pets for just 5 bucks more than the atheists."
Earth-Bound Pets must be raking in the cash.
I wish this were purely a laughing matter, but it's not, of course. NPR interviewed people who had quit their jobs and planned to live on their savings until May 21. On May 22 those people will be broke, out of work, and facing a completely uncertain future, and Harold Camping will be to blame for it. If I were a lawyer I'd be working on a class-action suit already. Seriously, he should be required to compensate people who have dismantled their lives on his advice, even if it means he has to sell off Family Radio's assets.