But today has been canceled.

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Oh, okay.

Here are New York — and other cities — as they have grown through the decades.  Behold.

(Now all we have to do is plan to move them inland 20 miles or so by mid-century, because the Republican chair of the House climate-change committee doesn’t “believe in” climate change.)

Tomorrow may be cancelled, too — it’s August, for crying out loud!  What are summers for if not a little sloth?

 

 

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