We've just finished watching a documentary about the global unemployment disaster that's facing all of us, and how in a few years from now the number of unemployed people in Britain is going to explode, leaving society even worse off than ever before.
Tony isn't worried about the potential meltdown, because he reckons that the years we've spent doing nothing will give us an advantage, over those people who have never experienced unemployment before, and will leave us "standing tall, like giants, in a world of total chaos."
I can't help but think that the boy has got a point, and congratulate him on his assessment of our situation, which most other people would think is worse than dog shit.
We're now off to the pub to discuss the matter further, because as my fat friend also rightly says, it's no good worrying about tomorrow, because worrying never solved anything.
Once again, Tony's live for today and fuck tomorrow attitude seems to be the best approach to take in the face of impending disaster, because as he also says, after ten pints of strong lager, a few whiskies, and a couple of double cheeseburgers and fries, he doesn't give a fuck about anything!