If Jesus does come, I suppose, Weinland will miss his upcoming trial for tax charges. And, I will have to give up my blogging. I also suppose that, although the time is nigh, those who are concerned might want to get right with Jesus. Just a variation of exploiting Pascal's Wager, see Wikipedia entry, here. There is always the last minute come to Jesus moment. See the story of the penitent thief on the cross alongside Jesus, at Wikipedia, here. (It is unclear whether the penitent thief was exploiting Pascal's Wager or really had an epiphany. The point is that there's still time, that is, if you read this blog in time (or otherwise get the news). Readers can rest assured that I am doing all that is appropriate.
Update 5/28/12: Jesus did not come yesterday. Let me clarify, I do not have any credible report that Jesus did come yesterday. Even Mr. Weinland has changed his prediction, though, so that the prediction is not inconsistent with the facts. It now appears that Mr. Weinland has recalibrated and has announced that Jesus will come next year. Ron Weinland: Oops! My Bad! Jesus Is Coming Next Year, or Maybe After That, or Maybe..... (Armstrongism Blog 5/28/12), here. (This may be viewed as an application of Bayesian analysis, although it seems to me that he does not have the right prior.) So, Mr. Weinland will go to trial after all (unless he chooses to plead guilty or the Government drops the charges, neither of which seem likely at this point)..
It seems to me that in addition to not looking at the right time for Jesus, Mr. Weinland is looking for Jesus in all the wrong places such as foreign bank accounts.
And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.Matthew 25:40 (King James Version), here.