Surreal Juxtaposition

On the front page of today’s New York Times online, separated by about 300 pixels:

Headline about hurricane Jeanne


ad for Florida real estate

In case you’re wondering whether Jeanne was as bad as Frances or Charley, take a look at this photo of the mobile home park in Vero Beach where my grandmother owns (owned?) a mobile home:

fairlane harbor mobile home park.

Also from today’s New York Times. It’s more than a little surreal to see a street you’ve walked down with your children smashed to smithereens and plastered on the nation’s Newspaper of Record. No, we haven’t been able to get in touch with Grandma yet; we can only assume she’s with family members or in a hurricane shelter.

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One Response to Surreal Juxtaposition

  1. dave says:

    P.S. I found a typo in the New York Times. It’s “Fairlane Harbor,” not “Farlane Harbor,” ya dopes! Who do you think you are, CBS?

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