In 2005 when Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s “air” reportedly sold on Ebay for $529.99, I was shocked. The latest genius of senselessness, of course, is the doomsday prophet Harold Camping. Camping botched his first apocalyptic prediction, confusing the months of May and October. Oops! He meant to say that the end of the world would occur on October 21, 2011, not May 21, 2011—minor oversight, considering the number of Christians waiting with bated breath. Surely, Jolie and Pitt will wind up in flames when the world comes to an end. Truthfully, I will, too.