I will tell you this, life isn’t getting any easier. And while life is always hard for the individual, it seems like we might be entering an era where it becomes collectively difficult as well. I mean, that’s already true for 99.9% of the world’s population, and these guys definitely know what I am talking about. But for those of us who spend our days reading and writing humorous (BLAH) pop-culture blogs, everything is relative, and while many of the world’s population concerns themselves with finding potable drinking water, our tragedies are more along the lines of the local Red Mango being out of mochi and so all we can get to top our sour traditional frozen yogurt is fresh fruit, and it’s like, fresh fruit is delicious, we love fresh fruit, but mochi is sort of key, and life is so unfair. But what I’ve been trying to tell you is that the BP oil spill has now entered the loop current, and I don’t even know what that MEANS, but it sounds REALLY BAD. I’ve just got a really bad feeling about this whole thing, and the worst part is that this incredible crisis is just one of, like, a bagillion crises happening around the world, and what is it all leading to? Nothing good. And so. We should all be so lucky as to carve out some small corner of personal happiness and satisfaction in this life, while we still can. Before it’s covered in a thick layer of suffocating oil that slowly hardens under the irradiated clouds of a permanent nuclear winter.
For example, buying our first katana store, and making an epic five-minute long video of that katana sword’s unveiling:
Oh, nerds. You guys are seriously doing it right, even if you look so hilarious while you’re doing it. This guy just gets it! The one piece of advice I will give him is to definitely start drinking pop if you want to drink pop. Personally, I don’t drink a lot of pop because I don’t like it very much, but if I want a pop I’ll have a pop, you know? It’s not banned. There are no rules about it. The world is ending. Have a pop, buddy! Otherwise, just enjoy that sword! It’s going to come in very useful against the roving gangs of cannibals trudging through the ash. (Thanks for the tip, HarryLeibniz.)