GUAC? THAT'LL COST A LOT EXTRA
Before I get into this topic, can we just talk about why any place needs to say that Guac will cost extra anymore? I mean, we all know it's not going to be a standard option anywhere. It's always extra and for a good reason - it's fucking good. But it's also just a premium item and anyone who assumes that it doesn't cost a small fee more is just a fucking idiot anyway. Listen, it's just the way of life as a certainty. Death, taxes and guac will always cost extra.
Then again, if Trump's latest veiled threat that is really just another way to have Russia disrupt the U.S Economy as closing the boarder crossing in general would fuck up a lot of commerce. For example, avocados will be pretty much fucked. So much so that according to growers, the U.S. would run out of avocados in three week's time if that happened.
But more important than that, beyond Guac, the entire automotive industry would shut down in a matter of a week if the Mexican boarder was to shut down. Which makes Trump's threat, be it an empty piece of shit one, just that much more ignorant and that more of a threat on our global position. I wonder how the average trump supported just assume that we can go back to only making American when the reality is that the parts that we put all those cars together with or even the other products that everyone used to be proud that it was made in America with just come from all over the world..
But I guess that's the problem. No one really thinks about the small things that you basically have to deal with in making the whole big picture thing.
Either way, I guess Guac may be more expensive to put on your burrito and that's what really matters, right?