Removing snow seems like a no-brainer for local politicians’ career paths, but as cities struggle more with removing it, there’s little evidence that the disinterest in making such a mundane task a priority is a threat. Read more →
Katy Morgan, a TV meteorologist in Nashville, had to break into regular programming on Wednesday to warn residents about two tornadoes. She interrupted The Masked Singer, which apparently is a Fox TV show that provides the sum and substance of some people’s lives. Yesterday 2 people died due to flooding. 2 tornadoes caused damage. Unfortunately, Read more →
If there’s a little bit of love left in the world, the internet should do that thing it does for Jay Mitchell, whose story on the front-page of the Star Tribune today will bring out the feels, including a fair amount of anger that he faced what he faced. Read more →
A lot of people on social media are pointing out today that it’s colder in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest than it is in Antarctica, to which others point out that it’s winter in the Upper Midwest and summer in the Southern Hemisphere.
We hold doors for each other. We let the pedestrians cross against the light and think nothing of it because they’re out there and we’re safe in a car and, what the heck does it matter anyway? We’re nicer
this week and we got that way without terrorists having to ram jetliners into buildings like the last time we were all nice to each other because we were all in it together. Read more →