So today, Samoa and American Samoa (some people like potatoes, and some like taro. Or, its more complicated than that,) got slammerfied by way too much water, ala a tsunami. And that is tragic, while at the same time, a perfect example of what all coastal areas around the world have in store, in the not-too distant future. To put it simply - if ya can't float, ya gonna sink.
Now, I know there are still many of you flat-truther's out there who won't believe in global climate change until you are treading water on Main Street, but here is a heads-up, anyway. Sell that Florida beach-front condo now, before its worth less than even the current Dopey and Sleepy-sized real estate market allows. Cuz' - ya goin' down! A mere 1 meter (that's Frenchy and Euro-y, I know, so fer all you 'Muricans out there, it's about a smidgeon over 3 feet,) will put most of the Florida coast line (yep, and other places, too) under the sea, with an octopus's garden opening next to the former Disney joint. Might be a new business opportunity, who knows.
Now me, I'm bettin' ya'll don't do squat until its waaaaayyyyy too late. I plan on buying up as much property as I can more than fifty feet above sea level, then sellin' it to ya'll for highly inflated prices. Sort of a reverse Florida Swamp Land deal. Seems a sweet comeuppance to me, eh?
And did you see all those bozitos who went down to the beach to "watch the tsunami" come in? That's what I call thinnin' the herd.