Ivy League Student Doesn’t Believe Hurricane Sandy Really Happened
This is either a very sad statement on the state of America’s undergraduates, or a really good troll:
NBC 10’s Alison Bologna didn’t get the interview she expected from “Daniel,” a Brown student, live from Fox Point Hurricane Barrier in Providence. Daniel says the government wants you to think a hurricane happened and that classes are cancelled, but he knows better.
“If I wake up and people say, ‘there’s a hurricane,’ I’m still pretty skeptical,” Daniel says. “I don’t really believe that there’s a hurricane.” Bologna corrects him, but he persists. “Think about it: the earth rotates pretty quickly,” he continues. He even rotates his arms to demonstrate what he means, just in case viewers are confused. He will concede this point: “It’s definitely windy, no, for sure.”
“Well, the government definitely wants you to think that classes are cancelled, but I’m not so sure,” he says. At this point, Bologna has had enough. She shutters him offscreen as quickly as possible. We suspect that, after they cut filming, she promptly walked over to him and whacked him upside the head, too.
Here’s the video:
So, what’s your pick……imbecile, high, or troll?