2 Comments

  1. By “no measurable snow” they mean “snow in quantities that confounds all attempts at measurement.” New units will be invented for this. “Oh, last year, it snowed a lot,” we’ll say, those of us who survive you poor souls, “It snowed so much, possibly as much as one microboston of snow.”

    1. It will not take many generations before the children take the stories of Boston as nothing but a fanciful fairy tale. Some historians will speculate that “Boston” may have just been another name for the city we now call New York.

Comments are closed.