by John Rubino
Problems often come in bunches. And each new one adds — sometimes exponentially — to the complexity of a given situation. See One Problem Is Manageable. Five Might Not Be.
The latest example of this unfortunate principle in action is the mess Florida might face in a few days. The state is already battling a resurgent pandemic (see Florida reports 253 new coronavirus deaths in third straight daily record), apparently due to its surplus of retirees and lack of a coherent plan.
But that’s one problem and could, with the right combination of luck and good sense, be manageable.
Unfortunately, it’s hurricane season and South Florida is smack dab in the middle of Hurricane Alley. And here comes a storm. From CNN: