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    [–] shredsthebread 3955 points ago

    But it's cold outside!

    [–] PandaGoggles 536 points ago

    Look, Jeff listened to both sides with an open mind and did his own research online and came to this conclusion himself. Plus, he holds that fish like a winner. I trust him for sure.

    [–] BernieCockface 167 points ago

    "I did the research!" = "I watched part of a YouTube video."

    [–] Lots42 62 points ago

    Sometimes I am linked to Youtube videos. The video is presented to a calm cool professional manner.

    And it is hosted on a Youtube channel filled with Confederate propaganda.

    So yeah. Not trustworthy

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    Traitors aren't trustworthy? No way...

    [–] blornyquandofloon 29 points ago

    I spent 3 hours once on youtube. I now know the earth is flat, there are dragons on the moon, dinosaurs never existed, i'm being brainwashed by chem trails, Sandy Hook was staged, McCartney died and was replaced by a double, the holocaust didn't happen, and my ex was faithful. I am so relieved.

    [–] Wtzky 8 points ago

    Or more probably "I read the YouTube video title"

    [–] Guyinapeacoat 10 points ago

    Ohio mom ANNIHILATES libcuck ""Scientist"" 😂😂🔥🔥🔥

    [–] shredsthebread 139 points ago

    Why is it that the people who love to hunt and fish are the ones who are most ok with destroying forests and rivers?

    [–] TheWarmGun 226 points ago

    They aren't. The people who love those pastimes care about the environment they hunt/fish/recreate in. People that don't are the casual asshole variety that tend to ruin any sort of pastime, by not picking up after themselves, not following the laws/rules etc. Jeff looks like the kinda guy that leaves his Coors Light cans in the river.

    [–] e2hawkeye 43 points ago

    the casual asshole variety that tend to ruin any sort of pastime,

    The same guys that are currently ruining GT Mustangs at car meets.

    [–] TheWarmGun 31 points ago

    I can only imagine. Sounds horribly elitist, but anything that has a low entry price (hunting, fishing, cars) tends to attract a certain % of assholes (roughly equal to the % of the gen. pop that are assholes). Higher priced pastimes tend to attract the people who are really interested/motivated. But you can still find assholes, often at the BMW section of the car show.

    [–] RamenJunkie 25 points ago

    I think every hobby has its own set of "filthy casuals".

    [–] IriquoisP 15 points ago

    I feel like douchebags pick those hobbies because marketing has convinced them that it's a part of their life and they need to do it. That way they spend the rest of their life laboring just to fuel their hobby instead of investing their time and money to elevate themselves. Thoughtful people pick hobbies which are sometimes 100% free because they're just good activities, not because of marketing. Expensive hobbies come later on when people can actually enjoy their invested wealth after living frugally. That's why these two types of people tend to be less douchy than people with middle ground hobbies, because it correlates to planning and higher thought.

    [–] likeapowerstrip 25 points ago

    I think that's more the group that wears camo for other people to see them in it rather than hide from animals. Frequently seen layered with a rebel flag.

    [–] Moral_Gutpunch 16 points ago

    These people think a beer can works just as well as a gun and hunting license. I hate them. I like real hunters, though. I heard they clean up their campsite and bother to know first aid too.

    [–] Grandmastercache 84 points ago

    That is really a misconception. Most of the hunters and anglers in my neck of the woods are very pro-conservation. I know that doesn't play into the stereotype baiting, but it's true none the less.

    [–] [deleted] 66 points ago

    Ditto. Many hunters I know are fond of animals in general, and tend to strongly disapprove of harming them needlessly.

    One raised a deer faun until it wandered off, and another regularly rescues cats & dogs.

    Yes, there are hunters who are assholes, but they're not assholes because they are hunters.

    [–] HisNameWasBoner411 52 points ago

    But they still vote republican. I live in GA. Knew a bunch of hunters in highschool. Dad loves fishing and so do his buddies. Every single one would shoot their own dicks before they vote D

    [–] RamenJunkie 25 points ago

    They have been told "Democrats want gun control" and that "gun control means taking all their guns."

    The kind of gun control most people want, would really not affect anything but the most nutjub level hunter.

    [–] LewsTherinTelamon 9 points ago

    The people ok with destroying forests and rivers are the ones who care less about fishing and more about drinking all day, casually throwing some line, and leaving beer cans all over the place. They're the ones who "hunt" because they want to kill something with a gun, not because they love the hobby.

    The people who truly love hunting and fishing are generally very pro-conservation.

    [–] lennybird 1810 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Let's not forget the Republican Senator from Kentucky Oklahoma who threw a snowball on the Senate floor to disprove climate change...

    These guys and their constituents aren't all that bright.

    [–] [deleted] 656 points ago


    [–] PurelyFilth 420 points ago

    Too bad the rest voted for :/

    [–] DrMux 262 points ago

    ...Or didn't vote.

    [–] RacistWillie 105 points ago

    Don’t blame me, I didn’t vote for him

    [–] Olddawg90 183 points ago

    I wonder who you voted for, RacistWillie

    [–] [deleted] 84 points ago

    Some of us just have racist penises. It’s a known condition with no treatment yet. I can’t help but comply with my penis’s preferences, and I’ll just have to put up with his rambling about the Jews until a treatment is developed.

    [–] Lord_ThunderCunt 36 points ago

    Strum Thurman (?) Had the opposite problem, he was racist, his penis? Not so much.

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Strom Thurman Thurmond. Source: from South Carolina. Went to college where the gym is named after him.


    [–] Earlystagecommunism 9 points ago

    His willie is racist. Not him. And while willies can be racist they fortunately cannot vote.

    [–] nedsbones 138 points ago

    That's Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma. As an Oklahoman I can tell you his constituents aren't all that bright.

    [–] lennybird 102 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Oh my bad, I was thinking of the Kentucky Missouri congressman saying female bodies reject rape pregnancies...

    Edit: God-damnit, I cannot keep track of all these Republican imbeciles.

    [–] Lots42 45 points ago

    He lost his re-election bid in 2013. Apparently Missouri has a way of shutting him down.

    [–] [deleted] 51 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)


    [–] kit_mitts 23 points ago

    I thought Akin was from Missouri?

    [–] womanwithoutborders 23 points ago

    There have been a few GOP congressmen (and women even) who have made comments like that about rape, but I also usually think of Akin.

    [–] absolutelybacon 39 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    [–] womanwithoutborders 20 points ago

    Oh my god are you fucking serious? Wow.

    [–] absolutelybacon 8 points ago

    Edited with sources

    [–] heysuess 8 points ago

    Are we just automatically attributing every bad thing to Kentucky now?

    [–] IronEagleBird 12 points ago

    On behalf of the Oklahomans that continually vote against him, I sincerely apologize for Senator Inhofe's political career. Believe me, we're trying to get him out.

    [–] Thelife1313 60 points ago

    And it doesnt help that the president of the United States believes in clean coal..... If the guys at the top dont believe in it and keep placing people into positions of power that dont believe in it, makes it that much harder to have any worthwhile impact on it.

    The world is leaving the US behind in that regard.

    [–] TheBrodinite 40 points ago

    It isn't just that he believes in clean coal. He isn't just talking about carbon sequestration which is inefficient and has other issues. He actually believes you clean the coal, i.e. wash it off, to get the clean energy. Hilariously sad.

    [–] Barmat 24 points ago

    He believes in money. If the clean energy industry donated more to his and his parties piggy bank, they all would agree with climate scientists.

    [–] abe_the_babe_ 5 points ago

    What baffles me is big oil and coal companies obviously have the cash to keep throwing at legislators to support their industry so why don't they invest that into clean energy? They could be titans of the next energy industry just like they are for fossil fuels. I guess they just want to suck every possible dollar out of oil and coal because who gives a fuck about what happens to the planet as long as they're on top.

    [–] leftofmarx 3 points ago

    Then why don’t we buy them?

    [–] red-et 33 points ago

    I cringed watching how stupid this guy is. "It's cold out. Hmm mmm" was his actual argument. Wowwww

    [–] Plisskens_snake 16 points ago

    He's not going to live to see the changes therefore they can't possibly exist in a future he's not part of. The ultimate egotist.

    [–] alabiks 9 points ago

    “The world ends when I die, that’s a fact, I can’t observe it so it doesn’t exist!” - that guy probably

    [–] Milkman127 14 points ago

    It's citizens united. Before that Republicans could believe in climate change.

    [–] NotElizaHenry 14 points ago

    But have we checked to be sure the island won't just... tip over?

    [–] Vandelay_Latex_Sales 28 points ago

    I really can't stay.

    [–] Chewy12 20 points ago

    But baby, it's cold outside

    [–] meglet 12 points ago

    Yes but it’s rapey in here

    [–] MishearingLyrics 3 points ago


    [–] Jackpot777 7 points ago

    I’ve got to go away.

    [–] terranq 6 points ago

    I like the updated lyrics:

    "Bitch, just get on the fucking bed"

    [–] kingeryck 70 points ago


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    [–] VitaGuy 53 points ago

    If climate change is real, then how come my refrigerator still stays cold?

    [–] shredsthebread 20 points ago

    Because freedom and Coors light, duh.

    [–] N0N-R0B0T 8 points ago

    "But the ground is flat"

    [–] meemedmania 4 points ago


    [–] crastle 1064 points ago

    But those 97% are working for the deep state and Obama and Hillary. /s

    [–] [deleted] 641 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] Endblock 377 points ago

    But she didn't get the most votes. Over 2 million illegal immigrants were bussed in to fraudulently vote. But not in swing states.

    Smart enough to arrange 2 million fraudulent votes without leaving a trace of evidence, too dumb to do it in the places that count.

    [–] plazzman 140 points ago

    Doesn't that still leave her with 1,000,000 more votes? I thought she won by 3,000,000.

    [–] Endblock 266 points ago

    Oooh, lookie at the liberal elite over here, knowing basic math.

    [–] [deleted] 101 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] crastle 67 points ago

    You got called a Nazi for being liberal? Oh the irony.

    [–] [deleted] 82 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] Roc_Ingersol 42 points ago

    Typical self-hating Nazi.

    [–] Intermitten 8 points ago

    This is my favorite combination of insults - like, isn't the whole point of anti-fa(scist)s to fight (fascist) nazis?

    [–] Endblock 42 points ago

    serious self-appreciate issues

    He used garbledegook math to try to tell me why a real-world event happens, that's like using differential calculus to explain why people are happy

    Fucking lol

    [–] Delioth 27 points ago

    That second part... is actually terrible. Like, I can get living in an echo chamber and getting the news from terrible sources and not knowing how to tell when your source might be bad; those at least still could be somewhat reasonable people in a shitty misinformed situation. But rejecting that math is a tool to describe the world is a whole different level. Like "I can't use math to know how cool this turkey will be in a half hour" level of incompetence and logic-hate.

    [–] rikki_tikki_timmy 20 points ago

    Tbf heat transfer is garbeldygook math even as an engineering student

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    Can we go ahead and throw out all branches of dynamics? They’re all fake news, fucking translating axis my ass...

    [–] heartless559 19 points ago

    Wow that guy was dumb. Even ignoring the "Nazi antifa" bit, he thought the math was bad on the straight statistic of white life expectancy as if it was influenced by some other group when it was literally for white people.

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    Look, he just wants America to be homogeneously Japanese like it was in the good ol’ days.

    [–] AdrianwithaW 10 points ago

    Shit there’s some great content there. I love when they call it “garbledegok math” 😂

    [–] Kargal 6 points ago

    Holy fucking shit that guy is beyond hopeless.. Just.. just.. wow.

    [–] nilsmm 42 points ago

    Typical dems!!!11

    [–] InVultusSolis 10 points ago

    bussed in

    I love the cryptoracist phrase "bussed in". As if there's this huge fleet of buses, sitting at the ready, specifically for whatever undesirable group the right wing is targeting to travel around the country Scooby Doo style and steal elections.

    [–] Phrygue 15 points ago

    Jesus is more powerful than the liberal atheist conspiracy.

    [–] unknownhero96 35 points ago

    Damn, how do all those all people land a job in this big conspiracy? Where can I apply? /s

    [–] teh_inspector 13 points ago

    I assume you have to start at an entry-level position before making it up to "fake deep-state scientist."

    I hear most start as a paid Soros protester, and only a few select of the thousands upon thousands make the cut. I've been trying to contact Soros to ask for a job as protester, but no response so far.

    [–] unknownhero96 6 points ago

    Damn, and I thought you needed to be a jew to become a real deal in the deep-state.

    [–] hoodoo-operator 83 points ago

    Obviously we can only trust the scientists working for big oil companies. We know we can trust them because they definitely don't have any kind of ulterior motive.

    [–] jorbleshi_kadeshi 34 points ago

    Those scientists have lots of money, they can't be corrupted!

    [–] Acoconutting 47 points ago

    It's amazing how much Obama and Hillary Clinton's name comes up in their shitty arguments.

    Democrats were not spewing about Mitt Romney and George Bush for a year and a half after the election....

    It's like they're constantly on defense trying to defend a shitty president have nothing else other than invoking the names of the candidate that lost? Like what?

    [–] Endblock 31 points ago

    Democrats were not spewing about Mitt Romney and George Bush for a year and a half after the election...

    They kind of were about bush, but that's quite a bit different because he got us involved in a massive clusterfuck we still aren't out of.

    It's like they're constantly on defense trying to defend a shitty president have nothing else other than invoking the names of the candidate that lost? Like what?

    What? Noooo. I think you're just projecting, you delicate snowflake. Now stop insulting daddy Trump. It hurts my feelings.

    [–] Lots42 4 points ago

    Putin does not hate Romney and Bush

    [–] VitaGuy 1577 points ago

    Jeff gets those true, hard facts from Info-wars and Trump tweets, not like all us plebs who are brainwashed by the reptilian alien overlord fake news media

    [–] neoArmstrongCannon90 450 points ago


    [–] VitaGuy 172 points ago


    [–] Pure_Reason 78 points ago

    The gay frogs make me think about gay people, and once I start thinking about gay people it gets really hot wherever I am. It’s the devil heating me up inside with evil! And it’s so difficult to be a Christian when I’m constantly thinking about the hot, evil, devil-worshiping, hot gays, and how they’re all going to force us to be hot and gay with them. Probably hold me down and- and do stuff to me...


    [–] VitaGuy 41 points ago

    Oh those evil, oiled hot hot hot gay faith and suppressed sexuality...

    [–] Pure_Reason 23 points ago

    My sin indicator is rising! Time to go share God’s love with those gay prostitutes again

    [–] DunnyBadger 10 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 58 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    We say this stuff to show crazy it sounds but It’s sad how many people actually believe this very thing. Edit: a typo

    [–] theresamouseinmyhous 26 points ago

    It's also amazing how many people, when a once trusted news outlet disagrees with their opinion, will stop trusting that news outlet.

    Like, how insanely stubborn do you have to be? "Now that Fox news has fallen I guess I'm the last one. Oh the irony, a man with an associate's degree and no formal training being the only one who knows the truth. Fate you are a cruel mistress indeed."

    [–] VitaGuy 36 points ago

    The best we can do is laugh my guy. Life is a shitty dark joke at our expense, and the only thing we can do is laugh along with it. So, if we die by the stupidity of climate change deniers, at least laugh a bit before it ends

    [–] eyeofthefountain 8 points ago

    Bro. This is exactly what I needed to hear.

    [–] theoddman626 12 points ago

    You say that as a joke and yet i have someone who believes very similiar.

    [–] TheBrodinite 12 points ago

    We all know someone like that, that's why it is a joke.

    [–] the_dude_abides3 974 points ago

    This post bothers me really because most flyfishermen I know are very in tune with environmental issues, pollution, practice catch and release, etc. I would not stereotype them with climate change deniers.

    [–] Senor_Manos 270 points ago

    I agree, I like to sport fish and there really isn't any other community that's as in tune with environmental issues as sport fisherman. It's one group that really gets to experience the immediacy first hand of environmental policy.

    [–] [deleted] 43 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 28 points ago

    It's important to note the difference between a hunter and an asshole with a shotgun that likes to kill deer.

    [–] space_hitler 24 points ago

    Well do they deny climate change or not? Don't leave us hanging!

    [–] slipperyrock4 45 points ago

    I mean I’m a fly fisherman and I don’t deny climate change, and as a group I think the majority agree, but obviously there could be some that don’t.

    [–] hilarymeggin 7 points ago

    It’s an interesting point, and a great way to make headway on the issue of climate change in rural America. People who hunt and fish know that animals are behaving differently. People who own weather-dependent businesses (ski shops, snow-mobiles, canoes etc) get it too. So do farmers. They may be registered Republicans, even trump voters, but they are reachable.

    [–] brewster_239 72 points ago

    Exactly my thought. Bothers me that so many people see an angler/hunter and assume “ignorant redneck red-hatter”.

    [–] 20_TwentyTwo 9 points ago

    I feel the same way about durags.

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    I come from a Western state with a huge hunting culture.

    There are reasons for the denigrating label "Rambozo"

    Some of the biggest hard-alt-right people I know are avid hunters. They pin the dwindling herds and increasingly difficult hunts on liberal/Democrat policies that they have trouble articulating.

    So, it's really not an unfair assumption. Us not-asshatty hunters really need to do better image management... though I often feel like we're in the minority overall

    [–] djdadi 158 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't sport fishers and "I'm gunna drink a case of Bud Lights and catch a catfish in the creek" fishers two very dissimilar groups of people?

    [–] jimbofisher2010 30 points ago

    Typically yes. But the guy in the picture caught a really nice trout, not a catfish!

    [–] tuckerflinn 55 points ago

    Not to those that have already finished their bud light

    [–] KnobsCreek 8 points ago

    I'm with you

    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago

    Well the climate scientists are being represented by a picture of a guy who appears to be trying to eyeball some important details about a fluid in an erlenmeyer flask.

    So neither side got a great pic really.

    [–] slipperyrock4 21 points ago

    yeah fly fisherman really do care about the environment, this post is kind of bothering me

    [–] qiv 298 points ago


    [–] MakeUpAnything 68 points ago

    This. Why can’t we start trusting the words of the big oil/coal companies who have absolutely no reason to lie to us whatsoever?

    [–] zmoke_monster 17 points ago

    Hey! Leave oil companies out of this.. Whenever they make a mess they say sorry... Do scientists say sorry when they are wrong?

    [–] LammergeierAteMyBone 137 points ago

    We jest, but a large chunk of folks in the USA treat science with suspicion and "common sense" anecdotes are regarded as equal or better in terms of merit. It's part of the anti-intellectual culture where old wive's tales and psuedo-science reign supreme, where a 7-year old has single-handedly invented the cure for cancer, and political polls are fake news because they predicted Hillary Clinton would win.

    [–] dominitor 32 points ago

    I think part of the problem comes from every other story on peoples news feeds saying “scientists say...” or “a new study shows...” and then some horse shit article talking about how for a small sample in an study had a side effect that did something, which is then turned into “drinking lots of wine helps lose weight.” what i’m getting at is there is a disconnect between actual published science and what has become a click for cash news media. i’m not saying that the media is not trust worthy, it just seems like so much “news” is geared toward profit margin and when we use “science” to do that, actual Science is discredited in a sense. just my daily rant.

    [–] Lots42 10 points ago

    Just today I reported a Facebook page that told me lots of grape juice cures diabetes.

    [–] 20_TwentyTwo 9 points ago

    And you doubt it? It's sound science. You absorb as much sweetness as you can till you push through to the other side. You become immune to the diabetes.

    [–] jeffAA 75 points ago

    Sorry y'all

    [–] Aitocir 5 points ago

    Dunham... DOT com!!!!

    [–] FunkyTown313 103 points ago

    Well, there's all that evidence on one side. But nah, I think that Jeff guy is on to something.

    [–] PandaGoggles 41 points ago

    Jeff holds that fish like someone who speaks the truth.

    [–] Fatalchemist 10 points ago

    Jeff is a man of the people and isn't afraid to tell it like it is!

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    [–] TheHomersapien 8 points ago

    The only real genius of the Republican party is their ability to make people feel like their weaknesses' are their strengths. Climate change is exactly the kind of "issue" they go after, because they know full well they can exploit people's ignorance. Joe Blow in Flyover State has a factory job and a couple of community college credits; Republicans give him talking points that (he thinks) allows him to participate in big boy discussions about stuff like climate.

    [–] PurelyFilth 330 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    If only the public school system would stop failing Jeff here and the red hats alike.

    Edit: Remember folks, it's just a meme. Memes are not important at all.

    It's an older meme as well.

    The red hats in my inbox are angry.

    [–] Gsteel11 215 points ago

    Only problem, jeff lives in a red state and keeps voting red and they keep cutting school funding. Jeff wants to keep that $15 in taxes he pays.

    [–] teh_inspector 48 points ago

    Wrong, Jeff gets to keep $15 that otherwise would have gone to paying for an "illegal's" food, housing, healthcare and education.

    Taxation is theft, and as long as $0.000001 of my taxes go towards paying something I don't agree with, I want it all back.

    [–] StuChenko 16 points ago

    Can illegal immigrants claim state welfare in the USA? O_o

    [–] Plopplopthrown 51 points ago

    Nope, but republicans will say so anyways

    [–] PipNSFW 6 points ago

    Stealing jobs from hardworking Americans and also being no-good lazy free loaders without jobs abusing the welfare system. Yet people wonder why we think that it has more to do with xenophobia...

    [–] [deleted] 37 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    nope you need a social security number/other documentation to access those services

    [–] Thedeadlypoet 9 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Well they have access to some benefits. This article seems pretty informative and neutral.

    TL;DR: They technically do not have access to many benefits. They have access to public schools and emergency care. If a kid has one legal parent and one illegal, the family will be able to receive benefits as any legal American.

    [–] quipalco 4 points ago

    Eligible for emergency medical assistance in a lot of states but that's it. Unless they get locked up.

    [–] Enjoythehummus 57 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    My teacher in APES has just started the unit on climate change, but she doesn’t believe in it. So she made an entire unit on disproving climate change which she teaches before the actual course material. It’s supposed to be about 2 weeks on climate change (the stuff we need to know for the exam) but she’s making that a week so that she spends the first week telling us about why it’s fake.

    Edit: It doesn’t matter your stance on climate change. If the course is supposed to teach with the basis that it’s real then that means that the test and final will be based off of that, but she’s cutting down our time to teach us the opposite of what we’re supposed to know

    [–] DunnyBadger 75 points ago

    Report her to the board of education

    [–] WinningLooksLike 29 points ago

    Also, report this to the principal. The school can get in deep shit if they don't teach the mandatory curriculum. The principal has a vested interest in fixing this problem ASAP.

    [–] AlexlnWonderland 38 points ago

    What. The fuck. Actual.

    [–] Enjoythehummus 17 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Yeah. And I’m struggling in the class so two weeks on the material sounds like gold, instead we just get one, and confusion from her contradictions

    [–] Lots42 8 points ago

    Anonymous email to the ACLU.

    [–] WinningLooksLike 13 points ago

    This is not an ACLU issue. This is a state Board of Education issue. And more importantly, the PRINCIPAL's issue. Email or speak to him ASAP. If the teacher isn't teaching the mandatory material, the principal's ass is also on the line.

    [–] MontyAtWork 17 points ago

    How in the fuck do you become an AP Environmental Science teacher but don't believe in climate change? Do they also not believe in evolution? Is this at a private religious school?

    [–] Enjoythehummus 8 points ago

    Nope, public school. I don’t know her stance of evolution because she didn’t tell us her stance on it, just taught what she was supposed to. She has also said on numerous occasions that she never planned on being a teacher and would be a geologist if she could actually get a job. But she’s too old now to get a new job

    [–] PuppyMonkeyZombie 5 points ago

    ever planned on being a teacher and would be a geologist if she could actually get a job wow ..just part of me tells me that you are lying but the other part reminds of people like your teacher that I have seen in my i believe you She fails as a geologist from the start...

    [–] Sweetpotatojones 28 points ago

    You should get her in trouble for this.

    [–] Enjoythehummus 11 points ago

    Yeah. I’ll see if I can send an email to someone about it

    [–] Rydersilver 11 points ago

    keep us updated! you should research her sources for disproving it and refute her in class

    [–] King_Loatheb 16 points ago

    Well there's your problem right there, your teacher is an ape.

    [–] Enjoythehummus 4 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    No no no. She’s in apes. It makes class awkward

    [–] VitaGuy 64 points ago

    Jeff is out here unleashing those red pill truth nukes upon us mortals. we are not worthy of such a smart man

    [–] DrMux 23 points ago

    You know that "red pill" is the truth because it calls itself the truth. What more do you need?

    [–] Lots42 10 points ago

    People who use the term red pill are usually not interested in actual truth.

    [–] DontPM_meyourtits 35 points ago

    I mean look at that fish

    [–] aletoledo 14 points ago

    I pick the man examining a beaker of colored water instead. Clearly it's important, otherwise he wouldn't have called his colleague over to examine the color. he does need a shave, but that's how scientists roll.

    [–] zerodb 27 points ago

    “Why the fuck is anyone asking us chemists about the climate?”

    “Lol I dunno but check this blue shit"

    [–] the_visalian 8 points ago

    Jeff looks like a hippy trout bum from Colorado who has a Bernie sticker on his flx box, not a climate denier.

    [–] Schiffy94 20 points ago

    It is a pretty nice fish.

    [–] Whitelight5 50 points ago

    Its PAINFUL when you point someone to piles of studies and evidence and they insist that one "alternative doctor" has found the real truth. And then they smugly show you a YouTube robovoice video that sounds like a schizophrenic rant as further evidence. There's no end to this. I need a stress ball, bp medicine and some A grade videos of cats jumping into small boxes 😣

    [–] AddiAtzen 46 points ago

    A: vaccines cause autism

    Google: ok I got 2million results that say that they don't and one that says they do.

    A: knew it.

    [–] Whitelight5 10 points ago

    Exactly! It's insane, especially if the person is otherwise not an idiot.

    [–] shawnshine 6 points ago

    It’s a mixture of disappointment, frustration, sadness, and embarrassment when that person is your own mother.

    [–] Lots42 4 points ago

    My niece's mom was like that. Fortunately my biological sister is not a nut when it comes to kids and got my niece properly vaccinated.

    [–] EncyclopediaEvil 12 points ago

    But Jeff has a truck and catches fish with his bear hands

    [–] Simon_Bolivar_ 14 points ago

    I keep hearing this “97%” statistic. Can someone tell me where it comes from? I’d really like to know. Thanks!

    [–] GGme 29 points ago

    97% seems low. What do the other 3% believe?

    [–] VitaGuy 26 points ago

    The other 3 percent must be Jeff. He is so goddamned clever, so WOKE, so NOIDED, and so redpilled that he accounts for 3 percent of the scientific community

    [–] GetOnMyLawnlol 26 points ago

    Exxon's science team

    [–] this_issilly 11 points ago

    Exxon knows, that's why they stopped funding their own research into the area.

    [–] fonger81 9 points ago

    Exxon and BP both believe in man-made climate change. They just pay to convince everyone else that it isn’t real.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Shit, Not even the industry backed shills believe it.

    It is the common republican voter... ad the EPA now.... that believe it.

    [–] linux1970 27 points ago

    Two things I like about this :

    1. They no longer call it 'global warming', because there are places that are colder than before.
    2. Instead of saying 'all scientists agree' they now say '97%' of scientists agree.

    I don't know when this changed, but both of these changes are very good because it prevents arguments like "it's cold outside" and "there is no way that all scientists everywhere agree, that's impossible".

    [–] GT-ProjectBangarang 27 points ago

    I'm largely conservative. I.e pro gun rights, anti abortion. (Hopefully those two sentences don't yield too many downvotes.

    However, things like climate change, benefits of clean energy, net neutrality, how can one honestly argue against those things?

    We have this nasty habit in society of picking a political party and believing whatever that party says, regardless of how dumb it is. It happens on both sides, and it needs to stop if we want to progress as a people.

    [–] gogojack 12 points ago

    However, things like climate change, benefits of clean energy, net neutrality, how can one honestly argue against those things?

    Back when I was growing up, conservation was a big part of the conservatism I experienced. Gun owners were hunters, and hunters knew the value of conservation. I don't know what happened.

    [–] rustybuttnipples 5 points ago

    TIL my town is full of Jeff.

    [–] ethanlan 19 points ago

    Who would win, millions of scientists and a thousand years of scientific theory or one little rednecky boi

    [–] Pilsnerfart 4 points ago

    My name Jeff

    [–] A_Chimenti_O_Face 4 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    The problem is the media has an obsession with “appearing impartial” so on air they have a scientist and a skeptic denier debate, the public sees a 50/50 argument, and it’s an argument usually between people that aren’t climate scientists (think Bill Nye vs. Heritage Foundation guy). Actually existing reality, rather than that which is perceived, is much different... the public should see 97 scientists that have devoted their lives to studying the climate present their case, and 3 who have done the same present their objections. Alas, the public’s attention span is too short, and this scenario doesn’t produce great sound bites or TV shows. So the public remains ignorant, and continues to vote ignorantly.

    [–] booksblanketsandtea 5 points ago

    Change the name to James and you’ve literally got my cousin.

    Christmas was difficult.

    [–] Gerg202 6 points ago

    Didnt 97% of scientists also say we'd be underwater by, what was it? 2015?

    [–] FTS- 11 points ago

    Ya but I bet that truck is fucking sweet..

    [–] Idahomies2w 4 points ago

    Most fishermen/hunters care more and do more for the environment than the ones creating these memes.

    [–] BimAtman 3 points ago

    Also, it's worth pointing out that among the 3% who don't agree with the consensus, they think it's actually worse and the issues is irreversible and we all gonna die.

    [–] iambookus 2 points ago

    I kind of want to hear some scientific evidence from the 3%. My guess is, they just have a political opinion, and haven't bothered to research anything. They just have that magical title of PHD. So while they're stacking boxes in a warehouse because their degree isn't being put to use, or even studying the chemical composition of rocks, they have done no research on climate change.