The Rapture didn't happen on May 21 as predicted. The saved among us didn't shuffle off their mortal coils and ascend into Heaven, and everyone else hasn't been left behind to survive in a post-Apocalyptic Hell on Earth until the real end comes on Oct. 21.
But Harold Camping, head of California-based Family Radio and the man behind the Judgment Day prediction, isn't giving up. He's now saying that the Rapture did indeed happen — except that is was invisible — and that the end really will befall the Earth on Oct. 21. Pretty ballsy, Harold (especially since you made a similar prediction in 1994 and were wrong then, too).