Your Consumer Guide to the Apocalypse
If you believe that Saturday will be the Judgment Day prophesied in the Bible — a conclusion being trumpeted by Family Radio of Oakland, Calif. — you may not have considered the loose ends involved. Here’s one: Who’ll take care of your non-Raptured pets? Luckily, some enterprising types are dealing with things of this sort. For the rest of us, there’ll be specials at bars around the country! –KA
2. Post-Rapture Post
Post-Rapture Post is a message delivery service to those left behind after the apocalypse. Joshua Witter started the website in 2004 after a casual conversation with his friends about what believers might want after they leave their non-believing loved ones behind.
Witter, an atheist, charges $4.99 to $799.99 to deliver a pre-written letter to those loved ones. Ritter said he suspects the postal service and email services will not be available.