Here in the UK we have had some warm days and sunshine galore. No rain even.

It’s a British thing that you don’t plan for extremes. If it snows, airports don’t have ploughs. Ultimately it’s cheaper just to cancel a few hundred flights and take the loss.

Melting train tracks is a summer problem, of course. But we also have a carbon dioxide shortage. Fizzy drinks and beers are struggling, and for some reason there is a lettuce shortage. Animals cannot be killed because CO2 is used to help them die humanely.

Food delivery vans are limiting deliveries of frozen food because they use dry ice in their vans and that is CO2.

Only in Britain.

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