Millennials are flocking to our National Parks in droves and shitting them up. Literally. Too many pumpkin spice lattes on the trail, poor hygiene practices, and an all out lack of respect for anything other than themselves is to blame.
If you have to go number two in the woods take a cue from Kanye and Scoop De Poop.
1 out of 3 adults in the United States eat fast food daily. These numbers are great for McDonald’s and big pharma but have diabetes and obesity at an all time high. They say you are what you eat. It appears 1 out of 3 reading this are heaping piles of genetically modified, HFCS laced, shit.
WAKE UP AND START EATING LIKE YOU GIVE A FUCK.
Self Portrait at Devil’s Den lodge before it burnt in 2015. Breakfast after hiking the BHT.
In August of 2017 a man mysteriously disappeared while hiking the Butterfield trail in Devil’s Den State Park. Rodney Letterman vanished without a trace leaving behind only his cell phone. SAR teams spent two weeks utilizing ATV, horses, and dogs yet found no trace of Mr. Letterman. More than 5,000 visitors to the park over Labor Day weekend were handed flyers and asked to keep an eye out. No sightings of the hiker were ever reported.
Reports vary on the circumstances leading to Rodney’s disappearance. It was reported he only had 1.5 liters of water with him, yet a photo of Rodney earlier that day shows him with a full pack throwing up the “el diablo” sign. It is worth noting he was also “33” years of age.
Rodney Letterman’s mysterious disappearance is not the first to occur at Devil’s Den. In 1946 eight year old Katherine Van Alst mysteriously disappeared for six days before being found alone in a cave 30 miles from where she was last seen, barefoot.
Rodney Letterman throwing up the “el diablo” satanic sign of the devil at Devil’s Den State Park before mysteriously vanishing without a trace in 2017.
Last week I asked the question, did Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan predict a weaponized ebola outbreak. All signs are leading to yes.
The lost city of Atlantis has been found. Bellow is what I believe to be definitive proof it existed and where.
A zoo in Maryland has made a wheelchair out of LEGO’s to help an injured turtle. The turtle is expected to fully recover however will remain in the LEGO wheelchair until Spring.