Bay Area Radio Stations Ban "Baby It's Cold Outside" because it Denies Global Warming
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – Showing their environmental concern, Bay area radio stations have banned the Christmas song
"Baby It's Cold Outside" because is denies Global Warming.
"The song ‘Baby It's Cold Outside’ simply denies the scientific consensus that the planet is indeed warming,"
explained a radio spokesperson.
"We like ‘White Christmas’, because it's about a guy dreaming about how we used to get a lot more snow.
But songs like ‘Frosty the Snowman’, ‘Let It Snow’ or ‘Winter Wonderland’ are in denial,
so they're off the play list."
"Instead, we're playing ‘Tropical Christmas’ by the Bellamy Brothers, ‘Christmas in the Caribbean’ by Jimmy Buffet,
and Kenny Chesney's ‘All I Want for Christmas is a Really Good Tan’."
The spokesperson also criticized Santa for giving naughty kids lumps of coal, because it’s a fossil fuel.
- The Satirized Evening Post
December 14, 2018
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