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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.
15 Rarest Critically Endangered Animals on Earth
â€¢ From strawberry tigers to hairy nosedmarsupials â€¢ We count down 15 of the rarest nearextinctanimals ever to walk the Earth 15 Javan Rhinoâ€¢ Also known as the quot;smallhorned rhinoquot; â€¢ It used to be found all over the islandsof Java, Sumatra, parts of India and China â€¢ Today though, it's critically endangered mainly due to poaching for its tiny horn used in Chinese medicineâ€¢ The Southeast Asian wars also obliterated most of its habitat, so now Javan Rhino numbersbarely exceed 40 14 Amur Leopardâ€¢ These are found in the Primorye regions
of southeastern Russiaâ€¢ This is the only leopard subspecies adapted to a cold, snowy climateâ€¢ And according to a 2008 study, there are only around 15 adults left in the wildâ€¢ The reasoné Poaching, encroaching civilisations, new roads, destruction of forests and climatechange 13 Tarsiersâ€¢ These are found on the islands of Southeast Asia, which includes Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesiaand The Philippines, but since they became critically endangered, you'll only reallyfind them in Borneo â€¢ The reason they're so rare and cherisedis that these Tarsiers are the only primates
alive who are 100% carnivorousâ€¢ They mostly go after insects, but they've also been known to devour birds, bats, lizardsand snakes 12 Northern Hairynosed Wombatâ€¢ This is one of three species of wombat in existenceâ€¢ It used to live all over New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, but in the last 100years the population has been declining quite harshlyâ€¢ The reasoné It has to fight for its food against popular domesticated animals likecow and sheep, so now just over 100 of these wombats are left11 Western lowland gorilla
â€¢ These live in central Africa, and alsoa wide area of the Congo jungles â€¢ These gorillas show the intelligence ofa young child; they fashion tools to dig holes, they can learn sign language up to 1,000 signs,and we haven't yet discovered the full extent of their mental capacityâ€¢ They endured deforestation, farming, grazing and expanding human settlements, but it wasthe Ebola virus in Africa that accounts for 90% of the species extinction, only leadingto just over 500 left in captivity 10 Okapiâ€¢ This one looks like a strange zebra offshoot, but in reality it's a distant relative ofthe giraffe, a VERY distant relative
â€¢ It was first discovered in ancient egypt,the legend of an quot;african unicornquot;, and it's considered a quot;living fossilquot; since it hasno close living relatives, only those species long, long deadâ€¢ Currently there are between 10 and 20,000 thousand Okapi alive today9 Iberian Lynx â€¢ This is a carnivorous mammal native tothe Iberian Peninsula, Southern Europe â€¢ It's numbers only total around 100 withthe primary cause poaching of its main prey, the European rabbit, and the Lynx is physicallyunable to alter its diet â€¢ Numbers have also been reduced from habitatloss, car accidents, feral dog hunting and
certain types of illness8 Mountain Pygmy Possum â€¢ This is a small, mousesized marsupialfound in the dense apline rock screes and boulder fields of Australiaâ€¢ It mostly feeds on fruits, nuts and seeds â€¢ And the reason it's so rareé Ski resortswere built on its habitats, that combined with climate change, death by feral cats andfoxes and decline of the Bogong moth also contributed to the decline to less than 100total 7 Sao Tome Shrewâ€¢ These little guys are found only on Sao Tome Island, a shield volcano off the AtlanticOcean