Meanwhile, in New York City. . .
The New York Post published a handy “how to survive” guide just in case you’re pushed onto the subway tracks during your daily commute:
— New York Post (@nypost) November 11, 2021
Step one: Don’t electrocute yourself:
First tip, avoid the third rail at all costs. Licking batteries as a kid might’ve been fun, but no one wants to feel the rush of 600 volts of electricity.
Good job, Mayor de Blasio:
— Serotonin's Gone (@SerotoninsGone) November 11, 2021
And it’s not even satire:
Not a BabylonBee story! https://t.co/OXTrTejzyV
— Tom (@legitnewtom) November 11, 2021
It’s really sad that this had to be even written:
If this is a needed article, then it just goes to show how far down NYC has gone.
— Kate Case (@kathyca912) November 11, 2021
And No. 1 on the list should be to move out of New York City:
#1: move out of the city
— Brian Doherty (@BDOH) November 11, 2021