CASTELNAUD-LA-CHAPELLE, FRANCE – A new economic report released on Friday noted a sharp drop in demand over the past five centuries, revealing that the catapult industry would not survive another year unless a medieval war broke out sometime in the next 12 months. “According to our research, the catapult could be completely obsolete as early as 2022 if there is no coordinated invasion of a medieval empire this year,” the report read in part, adding that both personal and professional use of catapults has declined since then. the siege of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán in 1521. “Times have not been kind to catapult manufacturers, as trebuchets sit unused in department stores collecting dust, with most companies lucky enough to move one or two units every 500 years or Not to mention, catapults take forever to make.At a time when the market was good, these companies had contracts for decades that rolled in left and right from the French and British monarchies, and it seemed, that every week or so a Visigoth would besiege a new territory that required defense.Well, chickens.As we saw with the ram ‘90s. “The report also found that the catapult industry as a whole had put all hopes of survival to an impending American crusade to occupy Jerusalem.