The real interesting part is, why wait until the end of the world. Why not live that way now. I understand the idea of no repercussions, but for those that haven't stated any malice intent. God bless. :)
According to Mad magazine we are gonna park in no parking zones, blow our money, have affairs and generally be wicked. Of course in Mad, they find out the end of the world (by comet) was wrong and they all feel as guilty as hell (gulp) but are relieved to be alive. Then in true Mad fashion, a previously unknown comet is discovered almost upon the Earth after all. Gotta love Mad magazines.... no advertisements.
The Catholic saint, about whom most people have, at least, heard his name - St. Francis of Assisi - who's usually pictured as a lover of animals, but who was not, is the saint most Catholic theologians agree, was the most like Jesus Christ, was out hoeing the friary vegetable garden, when a new, young friar asked him, if he would drop his hoe, and hurry into the Church to pray, if God told him the world would end in fifteen minutes? St. Francis said: No, I would continue doing what I'm supposed to be doing, according to our schedule, which is God's will for me, and for each of us, at this time - hoeing this garden. Me: I would continue doing what I was doing, such as, answering and commenting, on ask.com; doing my laundry; doing the dishes; doing my genealogy, running errands; listening to classical music, while resting from my labors, etc. I hope this helps answer your question. Frank