Once upon a time a man started hitting his head against a wall. A passerby asked him, "Why are you hitting your head against that wall?" "Because it feels so... Well, I guess because I don't have a weirdly strong mirror like that cute little goat."
Just a man and his goat, enjoying a nice sunset bike ride together.
In this world, nothing can be said to be certain except that winter is coming, the night is dark and full of terrors, all men must die, and here are some goats singing the theme song from Game of Thrones.
Obama's America. A man can't even walk his Boston Terrier through Prospect Park without tripping over a severed goat head. And then a few afternoons later, a young mother strolls with her two-year-old son through a neighboring park, only to shriek and stumble upon two ceremoniously decapitated rooster skulls, sacrificed on a clay plate.
With a punishing avalanche barreling down upon them, things quickly go from bad to worst case scenario for a tribe of poor Chamois goats.
Two weeks ago, we had yet to understand how two minutes of goats yelling like humans would inextricably shake the foundations of our very being. And now we have an absolutely perfect 25-second remix of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," interjected with those very same goats. (There's another remix floating around too, but this remix is far better.)
A man in Utah couldn't stop looking at these weird goats, so he did the obvious thing: he started dressing like one and frolicking with a goat herd through the Utah wilderness. But what seems like a strange obsession could soon have real and dangerous consequences – goat hunting season starts in September.