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Climate change? Unlikely, but Bigfoot? I’s seent it.

Jordan Pilkenton

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There are a few things in life that are indisputable fact. John Wayne would’ve been this country’s greatest president, the concept of Godzilla is a myth perpetuated by the Japanese in order to make United States manufacturing non-competitive—and Bigfoot is real.

While Bigfoot is reality, something that definitely is not is global warming. How do I know this? Well, I have seen me a Bigfoot, and you will never come across climate change roaming the woods while on a hunting trip with your second cousin’s son-in-law.

I hail from the great state of Florida, and one of our rules is to not believe in what you cannot see. When ‘scientists’ and ‘teachers’ started talking about so-called environmental dangers, the only reasonable course of action we saw fit was to ban the phrases “climate change” and “global warming” altogether.

Why should we be concerning ourselves with the hoax that is climate change when we got Bigfoot running amok in our woods? Those beasts are the real threat to our planet. Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Director, Herschel Vinyard Jr., and Florida Governor Rick Scott truly understand the impending dangers of Bigfoot and have our best interests in mind. While Vinyard stepped down from his position as DEP director, his climate change-denying legacy lives on as the ‘squatch hunt continues.

Despite the best efforts of our elected officials, the Sasquatch crisis lingers on. Over the past few years, The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, a reputable source known as BFRO to the common man, has reported 312 sightings of the beast in the state of Florida.[1] That places it in third place for states with the highest recorded Bigfoot sightings. This is bordering on an epidemic of statewide proportions. Clearly, Floridians have their hands full with all the guns needed for the Bigfoots that need hunting.

I urge our stately neighbors to follow our example. States like Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee already match us on our stance on climate change. That is commendable, as climate change is just a lie that gets in the way of real progress, like hunting those Sasquatches to extinction before they do the same to us.

The states that border the ‘squatch war’s’ front lines are similar to us in many ways. Other than our stances on climate change, the states in this neck of the woods are more inclined to believe in our cause. While Florida is not in Appalachia, we share many qualities in the education department. This provides boundless more opportunities to recruit for our cause because the only science we need is the study of how to weed out those pesky Bigfoots. Our ideas become more of a state of mind, one that shows the truth of the Sasquatch and the lies of fake science like global warming.

See my words and take heed, dear reader. Shut out the hoaxes of climate change and an ever-increasing global temperature for what you know in your hearts to be true, just like the citizens of our great Appalachia and Florida. The Bigfoot. They’re out there. Waiting.

Jordan Pilkenton is a psychology sophomore and has a healthy fear

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5 Responses to “Climate change? Unlikely, but Bigfoot? I’s seent it.”

  1. paul oman on October 9th, 2017 7:38 am

    more polar bears than before – that’s real. after 30 years of so called warming cities like NY, London, LA, Seatle, Boston not under water – after 30 years of warming skiiers in Cal could ski until aug of this year and winter comes 1 month early to the rockies this year – reseachers show ice lines the same place in the arctic as they were recorded by arctic explorers in the lat 1800s. — select your fact carefully

  2. B. Foot on October 10th, 2017 5:22 pm

    I agree. This writer focuses entirely on the wrong thing and this ignorant article should be entirely ignored. Let’s pray no one else should ever see this.

  3. Brad Fregger on October 10th, 2017 8:53 am

    Neat piece of ignorant satire it’s too bad your knowledge of the subject is based on the exaggerations found in the Main Stream Media. I taught at Texas State for 12 years and did a student survey on the subject, only about 50 percent supported the media driven contention that human activity is causing catastrophic global warming. The interesting thing is that only about 50 percent of climate scientists also support AGW. They are the ones whose funding and reputations depend on this failed hypothesis. So you may think that your satire speaks to the vast majority but you’d be wrong.

  4. Jordan Pilkenton on October 10th, 2017 5:39 pm

    I agree with your points sir, and I’m glad you brought up the lying main stream media that influences so much of the public’s opinion. Because you’re right, we can’t agree with the MSM and their perpetuation of false climate change informationand statistics. How can we? The media is controlled by the Bigfoot, and G.W is their false flag to distract the human populace from the impending invasion. I am ecstatic to have a comrade who sees through their lies as I do.

  5. Jordan Pilkenton on October 10th, 2017 5:41 pm

    I agree with your points sir, and I’m glad you brought up the lying main stream media that influences so much of the public’s opinion. Because you’re right, we can’t agree with the MSM and their perpetuation of false climate change informationand statistics. How can we? The media is controlled by the Bigfoot, and G.W is their false flag to distract the human populace from the impending invasion. I am ecstatic to have a comrade who sees through their lies as I do.

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