Reached at his Fern Valley Redoubt, the Beast had a word or two to share regarding the Fox 11 story “captured” below.
First of all, the story is a little blurry. It could be an actual scrren shot of a Fox News 11 webstory, or it cold be a clever forgery. Are these people accustomed to publishing stories based on testimony by people with names like "Colonel Cotton?" Sounds more like "Colonel Cotton-Mouth" to me.
I was in Mountain Center that day, and though it could be a concidencr, I did see someone who might have been “Colonol Cotton” as he staggered down the steps from his poorly maintained RV. The aroma of the Winnebago was a mixture of hot rubber, petro-chemicals, human waste, and various deodorants. As “Col. Cotton” emerged, so did the unmistakable skunk-smoky smell of the herbal smoking mixture he and “Mrs. Cotton” had been partaking of in the “cabin.” They had not recently bathed, and the masking odors they both utilized barely subdued the odors of grease from fast-food eateries, ranch dressing, something that disagreed with “Col. Cotton’s” insides, and a recent fishing trip.
Since the interview only quoted “Col. Cotton,” I will refrain from touching on “Mrs. Cotton’s” odor. But I do think I recognized “Gretchen” from somewhere, and she had a strangely familiar face.
"Mrs. Cotton” did have quite a head of hair, but the "Colonel's" fur was patchy at best. His greying roots gave away an amateurish dye-job.
At this point the Beast sighed heavily. "I sometimes get tired of addressing these kind of stories, but I can still hope it provides a teachable moment."