I thought we were just going through a rough patch. Fighting two wars, skyrocketing gas prices, economic tailspin, new Britney Spears video – I thought these were unrelated events that would knock us off our feet for a short while, and we would stand up with renewed strength. I was wrong.
According to CNN:
Disney’s family comedy “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” with Drew Barrymore providing the voice of the pooch, was the No. 1 flick for the second-straight weekend with $17.5 million, raising its 10-day total to $52.5 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. (see CNN report)
I knew things were bad, but I didn’t realize they were Apocalypse Level Extinction Event bad. These truly are the end times. I am going to stockpile firearms, fuel, potable water, and Lunchables. Then I plan on bolting scrap metal to my Honda Civic, which I will use to smash my way out of the Los Angeles terrorscape in search of a mythical drive-in that only shows Steven Segal movies made prior to Executive Decision.
Good luck to us all.