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Dot...Dot...Dawg (9/3)

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The dawn of age of consumerism, which arguably occurred in the immediate years following WWII, was a plight that permanently pocked the flesh of the American spirit. Spurred by the unjust division of wealth and perpetuated by the caitiff promotion of disingenuous figures like Ed Sullivan and Kermit the Frog, said consumerism enveloped the American public like a tsunami that, to this day, continues with its enduring effort to drown the remaining vestiges of national unity. Oh, excuse me. I'll take a Bombay and tonic with a twist of lime, but only if that lime is ripe, please. And make sure that the tonic isn't that Diet tommyrot. And dots. Don't forget the damn dots. Now, where was I?

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