Dense fog not always what you think in Hoboken
When I saw the “dense fog” advisories for the Hoboken area today, I immediately became concerned that there would be yet another mind-numbing staged political event out of city hall again.
Boy was I relieved when it was just a plain ‘ole weather forecast.
But the cool thing about dense fog in a (densely) populated area like NYC – is it briefly gives you the feeling that you’re not surrounded by millions of nincompoops. Even though you know they’re there, the fog lets you fantasize for a moment.
Then the fog clears, and you’re back to reality. Maybe we’ll have a few big blizzards this year. The quiet that comes with those seems to last longer than a morning fog.
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