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Catholic Jedi Academy’s Doomsday for Dummies

The Catholic Jedi Academy, a creative group, has put out a nine-minute video titled Doomsday for Dummies.

It's a fun and well-done look at the May 21 end-of-the-world prophecy that didn't happen. The video makers, a group that describes itself as “cyber-artificial-pretend-reality called The Catholic Jedi Academy School Of Video Arts (where Our Lord Jesus Christ is THE Headmaster)” counts out at least 275 end-of-the-world predictions.

One of the lines in the video I like: “Time is always running out.” 


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