That's all that's on any TV news this morning: Reporters standing in the rain, telling us it's raining, showing video of puddles and storm drains and people driving in puddles, and storm drains backing up, and businesses located ten feet from a creek putting out sandbags.
Yes, it's a good bit larger storm than average, but come on. We've seen rain, we know what it means, we know California isn't well-equipped to handle it because the amount varies so wildly. Is there nothing else happening anywhere else in the world that's even mildly newsworthy? No?
The good news is that most of the games they play are on Steam. Perhaps next time I'll just put Linux on it.
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