I love to worry. Even though it has been decades since our last drought, and every winter we’re slammed by another record-breaking snowzilla, I check the New York City reservoir levels daily. It’s inevitable that global warming will turn verdant, lush Brooklyn into the Sahara while melting the ice caps, inundating all of Manhattan below the ninth floor. This time I’m leaving the cockroaches off the ark.
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