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Frying the Knot? NYT Proclaims Misery for Summer Weddings Because ‘Climate Change’

The Times kicked off its agitprop by exploiting the plight of a couple who wanted to get married outside in July in Phoenix, Arizona to make them a case study of how climate change can put a damper on the wedding bells. “Mr. Boggler, 47, and Ms. Wall, 41, had rented a tent to keep their guests cool and decided to test it out with three air-conditioning units running, but the temperature inside the tent wouldn’t dip below 93 degrees.” The newspaper would later mourn how “[f]all and spring may soon replace summer as the peak wedding season.” [Emphasis added.]