Mason Lankford said, "There will come a day when we forget the Rapture ever even happened," but Rocks Off is keeping an eye out for signs of our impending Armageddon. We were wrong last time, but we're totally right this time!
Brace yourselves, but rapper Snoop Dogg smokes marijuana. Snoop was arrested last weekend, at the same border checkpoint that picked up Willie Nelson two years ago we might add, for possession, which he freely admitted because he is Snoop Dogg, and at this point he might as well. His court date has been set for January 20.
Now, we're one of those people who has never smoked marijuana in our lives, but we're not some kind of virulent anti-drug crusader either. We've got friends who smoke, and most of them manage to get up and go about their day to day lives just fine. Plus, arresting someone like Snoop for having pot, when his having pot has given us so much great music over the years, seems like a pointless endeavor. Plus, it just reaffirms that the world is going to end soon, and as usual we can prove it with a deep look at the Book of Revelation. Here's Johhny...
Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.
For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers-Rev. 22:14-15
The word "dog" appears only in one chapter of Revelation, and it eerily parallels the arrest of Snoop. The last chapter of Revelation is all about who will enter the kingdom of Paradise and who will be left on the other side of the border. Sound familiar?
On the other side will be left dogs (Snoop and his associates), sorcerers (He hawks a product that reduces the smell of pot called Blunt Magic), and whoremongers (That would be pimps, ya'll). Clearly, we are living in the very end of the End of Times, and wherever Snoop makes his stand will without a doubt be outside the gates of Heaven. That means all we have to do is be on the other side of the gate from wherever Snoop is. Which means...
Heaven is Mexico?
Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.-Rev 1:3
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