I guess you have all heard by now that the Rapture scheduled for this last week has been rescheduled. Harold Camping, the man who first informed the public of Godâ€™s plan, now says he was mistaken. The date he should have given is October 21. Well, after all, anybody can make a mistake.
Throughout the history of civilization, people have been predicting the end of the world. Nostradamus is probably the best known, but there have been others. And they havenâ€™t always been human.
Itâ€™s all over. The 2010-2011 school year is in the books for the senior class students in our county. It is a time of reflection for the fine young adults. All the ball games. All the classes. All the teachers. But most of all, the friends they have made and might possibly never see again. It is a time of transition from teenager to â€śthe real worldâ€ť so often described to us by our parents. They have been launched into the future and hopefully we have prepared them well. Only time will tell.
The Internet is both wonderful and wacky. Itâ€™s great to have instant access to information that previously had to be searched out from various sources in a time-consuming â€” and often frustrating, sometimes unsuccessful â€” manner.
Thatâ€™s the wonderful part.
Then thereâ€™s the wacky.