"Good old Mother Nature."
Mother Nature is a personification of nature.
Despite US President Theodore Roosevelt's attempts to ease the effects of the Great Depression in 1933 with his New Deal, Mother Nature turned the American Midwest into a giant dustbowl.
In May 1939, Indiana Jones drove a jungle rodent into the path of an anaconda which was blocking his way. When the snake moved to attack the rodent, Jones praised Mother Nature.
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