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Feb 11 2018
07:16 am

Time magazine has an article indicating Punxsutawney Phil is accurate 36% of the time. Whereas, Unadilla Bill, Unadilla, Neb., is accurate 83% of the time, and Pierre C. Shadeaux, New Iberia, La., 75% of the time.

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this year, thus a prediction of six more weeks of winter. But, however, on the other hand, Unadilla Bill and Pierre C. Shadeaux did not see a shadow.

Does any of this matter? No. It is more fun than trying to predict what the president will do next.

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WhitesCreek's picture

Why not?

Punxsutawney Phil knows as much about science as any one in the Trump administration.

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