Summertime Blues, also known as Cochran Syndrome, is a highly contagious virus spread by raising a fuss and holler about working all summer trying to raise a dollar. Discovered by famed Rubik's Cube engineer Eddie Cochran in the summer of 1958, Cochran came across the disease by calling his girlfriend in hopes of getting a date, only to find his boss telling him he had to work late. After completing the production of his one-hundredth Rubik's Cube, Cochran passed out due to stress on the conveyor belt and died soon after, having his leg pulled into the machine as his body was slowly consumed by the six-hundred pound terminator. Many speculate that the disorder is nothing more than stress at its worse, but clearly it's not. I mean, when in the past did stress kill someone? Quite obviously Eddie Cochran's death was caused by the Summertime Blues.
If you have cancer, you may wonder what you're gonna do, but there ain't no cure for the Summertime Blues.