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Greg Gutfeld: We are the luckiest generation of spoiled brats in the history of the world

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07.08.2021

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So as a kid growing up in the 70's I loved science fiction movies.

My favorites: "Planet of the Apes," "Soylent Green," "The Omega Man," and of course "Fried Green Tomatoes."

As a kid, I imagined the future as frightening and weird. Every day would be like Black Friday at Walmart. Battling roving bands of marauders.

Who can forget "Mad Max"? And its sequel, the "Road Warrior"? Riveting tales of a dystopian earth where lawlessness reigns and survival becomes a daily challenge. Much like being married to Kat.

Then there's Kurt Russell as Snake Plissken, in "Escape from New York." And later Los Angeles. Funny how those walls worked.

Robocop - a funny film - deadpan in its take of a society sinking in crime and ambivalence.

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I loved these movies, because like Joy Behar remaining employed, I assumed it couldn't happen. Unless it could be caused by one event – A meteor strike, A nuclear war, Hillary becoming president.

I had no idea that society, through its own inaction and cowardice, could just let it happen... Day by day... Slowly... Until, lo and behold the dystopia shows up at your front door like a naked Amway salesman.

But that's what's happening. The stats say so, but they're ignored. The local news says so, but they're ignored too.

America has become the frog sitting in that pot of slow boiling water. Having no idea that in time he'll be some French guy's appetizer.

Which means it's time for "Things don’t look good."

You ever hear of Burgerville? It's a famous chain of burger........

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