What is the end of the world if not a real estate opportunity? And so those who don't think they're headed for heaven come Saturday evening have taken to Craigslist (we'd expect nothing less) to seek out a better place in this world. One person hoping to move up will trade $1000 for a place in Manhattan. In exchange for $200?but really, the "true benefit would be knowing that on your return you'll find your domicile has been well cared for"?another seeker would like the following:
As someone who will not be saved I'm looking to make the most of my remaining time here. If YOU'RE someone who WILL be saved and you live in a higher end apartment in one of the more desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn I'd be interested in subletting until your return. Ideally I am seeking a two bedroom, but am definitely open to the possibility of a nicer one bedroom. Anything over two bedrooms would be greedy, and I'm trying to live a bit more piously. Preference will be given to proximity to the park.