So far 2020 has been one big game of apocalypse BINGO. It started off with the horrifying wildfires in Australia. Fires that, according to wikipedia, "As of 9 March 2020, burnt an estimated 18.6 million hectares (46 million acres; 186,000 square kilometres; 72,000 square miles), destroyed over 5,900 buildings (including 2,779 homes) and killed at least 34 people."

Shortly after the wildfires, we saw a potential world war three scenario kick off in Iran, when the US targeted and killed Iranian major general Qasem Soleimani of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. This prompted a small retaliation from Iran, when they launched missiles at an American base in Iraq. But, that appeared to be mostly "for show" and was soon an after thought.

Then we had the arrival of COVID 19, which basically shut the entire world down. To date, the virus has killed over 12 million people worldwide and cases of the virus continue to climb.

Just when we were starting to get used to the social distancing and quarantine, another player entered the game. Murder Hornets arrived in the Pacific Northwest, causing even more reason to panic. According to wikipedia, the Murder Hornet (or Giant Asian Hornet), "has a body length of 45 mm (1.8 in), a wingspan around 75 mm (3.0 in), and a stinger 6 mm (14 in) long, which injects a large amount of potent venom.

Now, yet another reason to panic. There is a trending video online, showing a giant eagle flying over a crowded beach of people. Nothing to disturbing about that, until you notice that the eagle is carrying a shark. Are eagles planning on bombing populated areas with blood thirty sharks? In 2020, I wouldn't be surprised.

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