Response to 95 X-Men Members Ranked From Worst To Best:
“94 X-Men We Could Think of In the Order We Thought of Them”
Sure, absolutely. We’re all tough go-getter band-togetherers. Point is that the criticism of the new mayor is based on how successfully the old mayor handled similar weather events — consistently and completely, to the point they became non-events. Not catastrophic hurricanes, blackouts, floods…just heavy snowfall that is to be expected each winter and can be managed effectively. It’s about process, consistency, and good management. Do you really think the city’s process should be “buck up neighbors and start digging one another out”? That would be dumb and unnecessary because we’ve already had a successful system in place. New managers always want to do it their way, even when there’s already a right way.
There was almost a foot of snow in some neighborhoods, and with streets not yet plowed in the early morning, parents were surprised to have to take their kids to school and teachers were shocked they had to report to work, since schools WERE closed just a few weeks earlier for about a third of the snowfall. City and school buses were backed up. It was a mess. And this was not an upper east side, suck-it-up-rich-New-Yorkers thing. Problems stretched from the Bronx to Brooklyn to SI.
Response to 15 Books Every Punk Must Read:
Nothing is more punk than learning about punk from a book you discovered on a “must read” list on a media trends website.