Life Post-Rapture; The Good Things

As we all know, Judgment day is Saturday.  Many believers will be raptured away.  But what about the rest of us, stuck here on planet earth?  I believe in looking on the bright side.

So, if the rapture really did happen, what are the plusses?

1)  Once we get their abandoned cars off the roads, commutes should become easier.

2) Shorter lines for coffee.

3)  No worries about running out of influenza vaccine. 

4)  That annoying GOP majority in the House of Reps?  Gone.

5) I’m thinking, shorter wait lists for books at the library, but that may not prove out.

6)  Hey!  No one talking about the rapture or sticking a big old billboard right in your line of sight on the freeway! 

7)  Less banning of books in schools, perhaps?

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2 Responses to Life Post-Rapture; The Good Things

  1. Linda says:

    What makes you think that Jesus would take all those “believers” who support war, torture, and killing gays and doctors? Sorry, but I think we are stuck with them. I think if the Rapture happened, we wouldn’t even notice because so few people qualify.

  2. Marion says:

    Jesus didn’t invent The Rapture, people did. Jesus didn’t design the guest list, people did. Those are exactly the people who think they are going to be sucked up into heaven. And I say, “Have a nice trip!”

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