Move over, Taylor Swift. There’s a new sensation in town, and his name is Oliver Anthony. Anthony’s latest impromptu concert, announced just a day before, shattered attendance records, leaving Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” in the dust.
“It was incredible,” remarked concert promoter Joe Barron. “We went from hosting Ted Nugent at the Chili Cookoff on Saturday to welcoming nearly a million people to the fairgrounds on Sunday. Ted was thrilled to be a part of it, though he was taken aback by the turnout.”
“I owe a huge thanks to Ted Nugent,” Anthony addressed the crowd. “Without his recommendation, none of you would have had the chance to savor his famous canned whitetail chili.” Anthony then led a prayer, read from Ezekiel 7, and performed both of his songs.
Newhole noted that she hadn’t witnessed such a high concentration of overalls since Sacha Baron Cohen orchestrated the “Wuhan Flu” sing-along with rural folks.
As Anthony remains at the epicenter of the chaos, he has taken charge of the situation, imposing martial law and halting food stamps for those who could fend for themselves if supplies weren’t dwindling rapidly, potentially leading to a dystopian scenario akin to “Mad Max.”
Our thoughts are with those stranded, hoping that a few will emerge safely to share their harrowing tale with future generations. As always, God Bless America.