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May 21, 2011: It's the end of the world as we know it?

Frankie (the post-apocalyptic mercenary)says, "Relax"
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May 21, 2011: It's the end of the world as we know it?
Frankie (the post-apocalyptic mercenary) says, "Relax"
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(CBS/What's Trending) - May 21, 2011 could be the best or worst day of your life -- depending on a few key factors.

According to Family Radio evangelist Harold Camping, the rapture will come upon us on May 21, 2011. (Now, he also predicted that the world would end in September 1994, but hey one out of two isn't that bad!) The date is now some of the most searched for terms on Google. If you fear the end of times, you can prepare in the upcoming weeks by reading WeCanKnow.com.

Then again, if you're an atheist, you're probably shaking your head and shaking your fist at the non-existent deity that is making people act out in crazy ways. But, don't worry: There's still something in store for you on May 21.

In response to WeCanKnow.com, spoof website WeCantKnow.com has a countdown clock to the day and date the world will stop spinning. And, if everyone starts floating away towards the sky, Ask An Atheist is throwing a party at Dorky's Arcade in Tacoma, Wash. for all of those people stuck here on earth. There will be a menu of tasty sandwiches, candy, and drinks for the poor, miserable fools left behind to commiserate over.

Either way, you should probably save the date. Here's our favorite retweets regarding May 21.