Joshua Witter, atheist/postman, doesn’t believe in delivering messages about the Prophets, but he has no problem making profits off believers.
Witter set up a mock site postrapturepost.com to “sell” after-the-Rapture items to be mailed to those Left Behind.
But followers were too busy with Rapture departure preparations to notice the satire. Witter sold 200+ t-shirts, mugs, and even post-cards that say, “Told You So.”
That sweet slogan is an in-your-face parting message for those of us left to rot in hell.
I’m curious, did Jesus ever say “nah, nah, nah I told you so”?
Not all merchandise is intended as a hard-hearted lesson. Some even inspires.
There’s the “Chin Up” note for $7.99 so the Chosen can send a message to loved ones to keep their head held high as they sink deeper into the depths of eternal misery.
All funning aside, Witter takes his by-accident biz seriously when it comes to money. He won’t share his customers’ private info with anyone. He also has their info secured, encrypted and backed up.
I’m thinking super-duper computer protection is no match for the end-of-the-world forces.
No worries. Witter promises his customers he’ll deliver through rain, sleet, meteors, perpetual darkness and clouds of insects — the following great Christian lesson of our time,
“I told you so.”
Thanks, I was hoping someone would be there to spread a message of hope in my darkest hour. An atheist/ postman/entrepreneur who plays well with believers is as good as any.