End of the World Set in Motion When Carolina Safari Park Brings Chimps to Showing of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Source: via The Nerdist
The Myrtle Beach Safari Park in South Carolina made headlines this week when a video of two chimps attending a crowded movie theater showing of Dawn of the Planet Apes was featured on ABC News. The chimps, Vali and Sugrive, purchased their own tickets, bought popcorn, and sat in the theater with their handlers, all of which was captured on video and will undoubtedly serve as an important historical artifact when humanity is enslaved by a race of intelligent apes in a case of life immitating art because humans were too stupid to realize that maybe it's a bad idea to show these oppressed primates how much brighter their future could be if only they slaughtered their human masters and took over the world.
But god damn, it is so cute. Here's the video:
Hopefully, there's still time to put a stop to this. We need to contain this problem, and make sure these chimps don't... hey! What are you doing here?! Get out of here! No! Don't do that! Take your stinking paws off me, you damn dirty apes! Noooooo!!!!!11;230ndna03#$F@#FH23DDDjd023hd0
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