The small Alaskan city of Cordova has received about 18 feet of snow in the last few weeks....Ranney, who attended high school in Allentown, said people who live in the area say the last time such a snowstorm hit was in the 1970s. Cordova, on the eastern side of the Prince William Sound, usually receives plenty of rain, but not snow.
Some people have a high opinion of themselves. I mean, what sort of personality type do you have to be to imagine that you, self-anointed you, are the voice of future generations?
What kind of ego trip do people embark on prior to concluding that, among the billions of souls inhabiting this planet, it’s their own special calling to speak on behalf of those who haven’t yet been born?