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NASA Says There Is An Asteroid Coming Really Close To Earth This Year. Here’s What We Know.

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Who had Giant Astroid for November? Ding Ding Ding. BINGO!!

There is an astroid headed really close to earth, so close, it *may* hit Earth and I’m not even surprised right now.

Okay, it’s not GIANT, per say, but it’s dang near 6 1/2 Feet Wide, and that’s big enough for me. All I heard was ASTROID, and I was like *eye roll* “It’s 2020, all right!!”


It is a piece of space rock, as big as a basketball player, hurtling through space at breakneck speeds, headed straight for earth, and that’s about all you need to know.


Okay, they say it isn’t going to be THAT big of a deal, but it’s a flipping astroid, headed for Earth, and that fits right in with the crazyballs things that are happening this year.

“The chance of it hitting us is just 0.41%, data shows,” but this is 2020. If it is straight out of a sci-fi horror book, it’s going to happen, AMIRITE?


Bushfires, zombie cicadas, flying snakes, pandemics, mad riots in the streets, 17-year cicadas, double hurricanes, murder hornets, aliens, giant fires in L.A., what am I missing? Someone take Betty White to an underground bunker, and save her! She WILL make it through this mess!

NASA has named this asteroid 2018VP1. Couldn’t they give it a better name? I’ll call it Fred.


So, Fred is headed on a trajectory that just might send it flying directly into Earth. BUT, NASA trajectory trackers say it probably isn’t going to cause Armageddon — even if it DOES have an impact on the Earth.


Can we at least get a cold winter out of this mess? I’m not down for the mild winter that the Old Farmer’s Almanac is calling for.

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