How About An Open Season – via Emails to the Editors – on Bad Editorials?
A closed-minded, unnamed editorial writer at the San Antonio Express-News has jumped on the skeptical bandwagon against cryptozoology.
In a worthless use of printer’s ink called “Open season on unicorns,” the unnamed soul does the usual ridicule piece on the Swedish monster hunting ban being lifted, and then extends their foolish remarks by penning:
“There are no protections on mythical creatures in South Texas. But that hasn’t made the Chupacabra or La Lechusa any less prolific. For that matter, there are no measures to preserve the Yeti, Sasquatch or Nessie. And for good reason. Their numbers are abundant in their natural habitat — the fertile minds of credulous human beings.”
Of course, such a short-sighted person has apparently not read a word about the evidence that is extant for such cryptids. An individual such as this one would have denied the fact the ivory-billed woodpecker was still in existence, the gorilla, okapi and giant panda were real animals, or the “mythical Kraken” that we know today as the giant squid was alive and well in the oceans.
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