As the icons of journalistic integrity at People magazine have taught us, limiting an annual award to just one person can be a dangerous task.
As thousands of Harold Camping's followers have changed their personal planners to highlight October 21 as the new date of the Rapture, a woman in a Chicago suburb believes that something big happened on May 21 after all.
Hey remember how the world was supposed to end with the Rapture this past weekend, only it didn't.
Rapture Postponed Again Shockingly, Harold Camping was wrong and the "approximately 200 million" people he predicted would ascend to Heaven didn't get raptured after all.
So all this time we've been thinking that the rapture was supposed to go down at 6pm tomorrow.