17 Reasons Why The U.S. National Parks Are A Big Waste Of Space
Forests, mountains... They all begin to look the same eventually.
The national parks are all just a bunch of forests and mountains, right?
So the experience just can't be any better than what you might see in pictures.
Not to mention that the parks are just so far away from everything and take FOREVER to get to!
Why go somewhere that you could just dream about from the comfort of your own bed?
The things you would see are just so...ordinary.
We should just accept that these crazy things get built without ever wondering why.
Important things pretty much never happen in these parts.
Let's just leave life-altering history to the textbooks.
There's just nothing cool to see if you are not the "outdoorsy" type.
And all old buildings pretty much look the same, right?
You know what else looks the same? Stars. No need to see them by the hundreds.
Winter landscapes are just way too stressful.
And there are no enjoyable cold weather activities.
Let's just not even mention that frozen tundra also known as New England.
And don't get me started on those Everglades. Just a bunch of croc-infested swamps.
By the way, geysers are totally normal and they happen pretty much everywhere.
And walking among trees that were standing when Jesus walked the earth is, like, no big deal whatsoever.
Ok, OK, you get the point. The parks aren't a TOTAL waste of space. In fact, they are sort of awesome.
So, please, vote for your favorite park!
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