Written by Paul Blake

Friday, 8 December 2017

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Tennessee Somewhere - Al Gore has just released his 3rd movie regarding climate change, and people are really buzzing about this latest effort, "An Inconvenient Bitch Session."

In this movie (if you can call it that) Gore takes a bit of a left turn in cinematic tone. The audience is treated to almost two hours of Gore, with his tie around his forehead and tribal mud-markings on his face, screaming directly into the camera in the middle of a Tennessee field somewhere, berating all humans for the vile, disgusting way with which they treat the planet.

"It was for sure more of an in-your-face documentary than his other work," describes Cindy Shambee, who calls herself a Gore supporter, even after seeing this latest film at the grand-opening. "I mean there were probably more f-bombs than my 12-year-old needed to hear in one movie, but I guess I get why he did it."

"I liked the part where he blew up his car, and then his jet!" told Cindy's son, Devon, who thought this Gore guy was totally unhinged. "That was awesome!

Others in the audience were struck by the power of Gore's rantings. 'Around an hour into Gore screaming that we were all savages and going to die really soon, I started to believe it," said Tom MacSnuffy, who had smeared his own tribal markings on his face with his wife's mascara. "We are all going to die, and I'm going to blow up my car in the parking lot, right now!" he screamed in the lobby of the movie theatre.

So, FYI, if you happen to be going to see this movie in the next few weeks, you might not want to park next to the car with all the Bernie Sanders bumper stickers all over it!

....And women, leave your mascara at home!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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