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Star-Studded Summit on Climate Change Sees Guests Arrive in Style

August 1, 2019
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Rather than taking their expensive mega yachts or private jets to Sicily for the summit on climate change, several celebrities showed up, messianically, riding donkeys as locals laid down palm fronds in front of the procession of the Hollywood elite. It was a signal that they were finally serious about attacking the climate change issue and not just spouting off shit they've heard in the news.It's not like the planet has gone through cycles before where it heats and cools, honestly, who in the hell has ever heard of an ice age? Really? The only Ice Age we know of were those movies where Ray Ramano played a Wooly Mammoth. Dope right?Anyways, all of these Hollywood stars, from the get-go have truthfully embraced every facet of going green, removing such possessions as the mega-yachts and private jets, they have in essence returned to a more simple time in history, when we were truly green. No electricity in their sprawling mansions, artists, draw them on sticky notes for each scene rather than use electricity for the cameras.As they made the trek to the summit held in Sicily via rowboat for those who had to cross any body of water, and donkey for those coming only by land, we the people could truly see that they care and have put their money where their mouth is. They either walk or ride a donkey everywhere. They farm their own sustainable food sources. Their homes are heated by the sun and cooled by the breeze.Katy Perry, Leonardo Dicaprio, Bradley Cooper, Nick Jonas and more have taken the threat of climate change seriously, and it is evidenced by how they have truly changed their lifestyles and their modes of transportation...........Just kidding they all took private jets and yachts and shit because you know, for elitist windbags, the saying "Do as we say, not as we do," rules the day.

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