Climatologists have detected that a major depression front has moved into the Pacific NW, along with an accompanying chaos wave.
Many tools and appliances have been broken or even destroyed by the chaos wave, causing major depression.
Of course, depression fronts can cause depression without chaos waves, but the compound effect can be devastating.
Physicians have noted an increase in requests for both anti-depressants and WD-40, the former to treat depression and the later to attempt to fix dysfunctional tools and appliances.
Although depression fronts are common this time of year when the weather turns cold and wet, it is unusual for the combination of depression fronts and chaos waves.
Experts advise avoiding things that can trigger depression, such as auditors and algebra, and also to avoid attempting to use tools and appliances until the chaos wave passes.