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Its Not The End Of The World

EVERYBODY DOING ALL RIGHTTONIGHTé ME TOO, I GOT TO SAY I'MFEELING LUCKY AND GRATEFUL TO BE ALIVE. I'M COUNTING MY BLESSINGS. I'M UP TO FOUR AND A THUMB. BUT YOU KNOW WHO REALLY HADA ROUGH DAYé THOSE FOLKS OVER AT EBIBLEFELLOWSHIP. THEY'RE A CHURCH GROUP INPENNSYLVANIA THAT PREDICTS

THE END OF THE WORLD AND NOTAS THEIR NAME WOULD SUGGEST A BOOK CLUB THAT READS THEBIBLE ONLY ON KINDLE. THESE FOLKS GOT FAMOUS A FEWYEARS BACK FOR PREDICTING THAT JUDGEMENT DAY WOULDFALL ON MAY 21st, 201 YOU PROBABLY SAW THOSE SAVE THEDATE BILLBOARDS. I RSVPED IMMEDIATELY ANDREQUESTED THE VEGETARIAN OPTION AT THE APOCALYPSE. WELL, IT TUSHES OUT THEIRMATH WAS A LITTLE OFF.

I THINK THEY FORGOT TO CARRYONE OF THE HEARSTMEN. BUT THEY TOOK ANOTHER LOOKAT THE BOOK OF REVELATION RECENTLY, CRUNCHED THENUMBERS THROUGH THEIR JESUS CALL COUP LATER ANDDISCOVERED THAT IN FACT THE PLANET WAS SUPPOSED TO BEPERMANENTLY DESTROYED YESTERDAY, OCTOBER 7th. AND SPOILER ALERT,(LAUGHTER) (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)ANYWAY, I HAVE SOME SYMPATHY

FOR THOSE GUYS. I'M SURE THEY FEEL TERRIBLETODAY. PROBABLY FOR A LOT OFREASONS. CUZ YOU KNOW THAT ONE THINGYOU SAID YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO DO IF THE WORLDWAS GOING TO COME TO AN ENDé THEY PROBABLY DID THAT LASTNIGHT. IT'S GOING TO BE AWKWARD ATWORK TODAY. HEY, BRENDA.

SO I'M SENDING THE FOLKS ATEBIBLE FELLOWSHIP THIS SYMPATHY CARD. IT SAYS MY DEEPESTCONDOLENCES FOR EVERYTHING STILL EXISTING. BUT YOU DID BELIEVE EBIBLEFELLOWSHIP YOU CAN'T BE TOO SURPRISED. THOUGH THEIR PAMPHLET SAYSTHAT OCTOBER 7th, 2015 WILL BE THE END.

WORLD, THEY HEDGE THEIR BETBY ADDING THERE IS A STRONG LIKELIHOOD. STRONG LIKELY HOOD T MIGHTHAPPEN. BUT IF IT DOESN'T, IT IS NOTLIKE IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD.

DO TEENS KNOW 90s ANIME REACT Do They Know It

♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ (Vincent) Today we're gonna seehow well you know '90s anime. Oh, no. That's not a thing thatI know if I know or not. I don't even know anime at all. Like, I barely know what that word means. I recently got into animes. I think I'll know some of them.

I know anime pretty well. '90s anime, I'll know, like, Cowboy Bebop. My godbrother, who was14 years old when I was born, he was really big on '90s anime. I'd just go back to his room. We'd play tutorial games or watch '90s anime. I got this. I watch animeso much. Oh my god. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪

♪ Fighting evil by moonlight ♪ I've seen memes of this on Tumblr. It looks super familiar. Oh, Sailor Moon. Oh, this is Sailor Moon. (singing along) ♪ She isthe one named Sailor Moon ♪ ♪ Fighting evil by moonlight ♪ ♪ Winning love by daylight ♪ This is, like,

topquality animation right here. ♪ With her Sailor Scouts to help fight ♪ She's, like, feminist as bleep. She's legit though. Girl power. I had the biggest crush on her too,bro, but she's a cartoon. It's so cute. It has the '90s charm. They do, like, the, quot;Ah.quot; That's a show thatI've heard everything about

but I've seen, like, half of an episode. (Vincent) This theme, do you know ité No, I have no idea what it is. Something Moon. I'm, like, 100% sure that's Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon. It's Sailor Moon, obviously.

(Vincent) This is fromthe hugely popular Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon! I used to watch it all the time as a kid. I have it on cassette also. I have never heard of that.I've been under a rock apparently. Sailor Moon is one of the mostpopular anime and mangas of all time, selling over35 million copies worldwide. Well, damn. Is it really that goodé

35 Surprising Facts About Anime

In Japanese culture, anime is a revered artisticmedium. Enjoyed by men and women, young and old, and more recently on every continent—animetranscends cultural boundaries and can be used as a vehicle to tell any kind of storyimaginable. Great anime aren't just quality entertainment; they can also offer cuttingsocial commentary, philosophical musings, and much, much more. Not your grandfather'sSaturday morning cartoons, to be sure—thanks to Japanese artists are determined to showyou just how thematically deep the realm of animation can be.Let's take a look at some interesting facts you might not already know about anime.Around 60% of the world's cartoonanimation

entertainment is Japaneseproduced anime.The first wildly popular anime was Osamu Tezuka's Astro Boy in 1963.Astro Boy was also the first animated television series in Japan. Tezuka was greatly influencedby Disney's work during the golden age of animation, as were many of Tezuka's contemporaries.He followed up with another hit, Kimba the White Lion—which, in turn, is seen by manyto have inspired the Disney classic The Lion King. Inspiration coming full circle.Early examples of Japanese animation in the 20th century were inspired by animators inAmerica and Europe, and most were adaptations of Asian folklore and legends in traditionalJapanese art styles.

Sciencefiction based mecha anime, also knownas “giant robot� anime, was one of the first genres to really catch on with viewersduring the anime boom of the 70's. Foundational mecha shows like Mobile Suit Gundam pavedthe way for the modern anime industry, and blazed a broad trail for others to follow.Though anime has a reputation of not catering to Western sensibilities regarding violenceand sexuality, the mid 90's series Neon Genesis Evangelion certainly tested the limitsof what was considered acceptable. Due to the often shocking and controversial contentof Evangelion, TV Tokyo began heavily censoring subsequent anime like the acclaimed CowboyBebop, resulting in only half of the episodes

produced for the space western ever airingon television. Akira is widely considered to be one of themost influential works of anime ever created, introducing anime to the western world whenit burst onto the scene in 1988. The scifi spectacular is said to have been a strongsource for the filmmakers behind modern scifi films like The Matrix, Chronicle, and Looper. The 1995 cyberpunk hit Ghost in the Shellis another visionary anime which inspired artists around the world. The Wachowskis drewupon Ghost in the Shell as well during development of The Matrix, while James Cameron and StevenSpielberg are both outspoken fans of the anime.

Many anime begin life as manga—a popularform of printed media in Japan which shares many similarities with the Western comic book,though in Japan manga doesn't suffer from the same stigma and is enjoyed by people ofall ages. After an anime gains enough popularity, feature films and tutorialgames typically followas well. In Japan more paper is used to print manga,than to make toilet paper. Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist isone prominent example of a manga which spawned an anime due to its popularity, though itbears the distinction of having two fully realized and separate anime adaptations ofthe story that don't actually agree on what

the ending should be. The first anime beganproduction while Arakawa was still hard at work on the manga, and it caught up to herbefore she finished. With her approval, it diverged midway through the story and followedthe anime's unique plot threads to their own conclusion. The second anime, FullmetalAlchemist: Brotherhood, began production during the final chapters of the manga and faithfullyadapted the source material all the way to the end. In an unusual turn of events, the wildly popularPokemon franchise first appeared on the scene as a tutorialgame, with the manga and anime followingafterward.

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