Rainn Wilson Changed His Name to "Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Winter Wilson" to Bring Attention to Climate Change
As a woke pussy lib, of course, I believe in climate change and, more importantly, that extreme measures need to be taken to save our planet. I don't need to go into great detail about how fossil fuels, pollution, deforestation, and bunch of other fun things are not so slowly killing us all, but I do need to push back a little with Mr. Heat Wave Extreme Weather Wilson's recent name change.
I love what he's doing here, and the examples of other potential celebrity name changes like "Cardi The Arctic B Melting," "Amy Poehler Bears are Endangered," and "Harrison Why not Drive an electric? Ford" are fun, but I feel like Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Weather Wilson needs to resurrect his career a little to truly make some impact.
I'm not tryna take any cheap shots at Dwight, but his career hasn't been the same since the Office ended in 2013. I mean, in his defense, most supporting characters' careers peaked at Dunder Mifflin too, but for this move to bring more attention to climate change, Rainnfall needs his name on a movie poster or billboard promoting some new show. You gotta see that name in (eco-friendly) lights!
It's good to get the conversation going, like how the Seattle Kraken's arena is called Climate Pledge Arena. However, an expansion hockey team tucked away in the Pacific Northwest and a character actor who peaked when Barry O was still in his first term aren't gonna cut it. We need some Taylor Swift Policy Changes Worldwide.
I appreciate what Rainfall Heat Wave Extreme Weather Wilson is doing here, I really do, but the name of the game is more prominent stars or people with legitimate pull (like politicians) doing the right things to make real change. Marjorie Taylor Greene New Deal would be an excellent rebrand for that psycho Qunt.
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There's approximately 2,500 Doz variations but let's add "Don't doz on these important issues, they'll help save human, animal, and plant life" to the mix.