So own up. Who sold everything and hit the nearest beach waiting for Judgement Day on Saturday?
Nope? Didn't think so.
But spare a thought for the unfortunates in the US that believed the ramblings of 'prophet' Harold Camping and gave away everything they owned in the hope of being some of the chosen few to be propelled heavenwards.
How embarrasing to discover that come 6pm - everything was going on as normal.
What made it worse was that Camping had predicted the end of the world about a decade ago - so this wasn't the first time he had got it spectacularly wrong.
Predictably he is now in hiding. Maybe he should just stay there.
Anyway - now we know that CRN Fight Night can go ahead (see what I did there) we are still looking for kind souls to donate prizes for our charity auction.
Anyone donating before the end of the day will get a mention in our programme as well as the write up afterwards.
Please do get in touch and help us raise money for worthy causes.
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