End of the World Evangelist, Harold Camping, has just confirmed that his second calculation for the return of Christ and Judgement Day for all unbelievers is incorrect. Camping says May 21st, 2011 is actually the second birthday of a little boy from Siloam Springs, Arkansas by the name of Shepherd Faught. When asked how such an insignificant two-year old birthday could be confused with the Judgement Day of the entire world, Camping revealed Shepherd’s second birthday was actually the Judgement Day or rather Judgement Year for his two loving parents, Taylor and Julia Faught. Camping says, “Shepherd’s second birthday is when he will enter his Terrible Two Phase, therefore marking Judgement Day and more likely Judgement Year for Taylor and Julia”. Although Camping was regretful that his false predictions scared a total of three people and only converted half a person over to Christianity, he did take pride in being able to forewarn two unsuspecting parents from a small town in Arkansas.
As for the parents of Shepherd, they are not too concerned about Camping’s ominous predictions about their son and thought he might be a little too late on the prediction. Julia was quoted saying, “Taylor, I thought he started his Terrible Two Phase last week?”. Taylor and Julia have confirmed their world is still spinning and their house has not yet been burned down by the fires of judgement. They are currently making preparations to throw an amazing two-year old birthday party.
A Thomas the Train birthday party for Shepherd has been planned and will commence at 10:30 am in the front lawn of the Faught residence. If the weather brings rain, the party will be moved to the garage. A game of “Pin the Steam on the Choo-Choo Train” will kickoff at approximately 11:00 am. Each kid in attendance will receive a train conductor hat, wooden train whistle, and all the cake they can eat.