Oh. Drat. Bestest Birthday Party ruined...

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From America's Newspaper of Record:

Obama's Party Ruined As Mansion Sinks Into Sea Thanks To Climate Change
Well, this is tragic news: Barack Obama's long-awaited birthday bash has been ruined by climate change as his mansion sank into the sea thanks to global warming.

As guests participated in the activities, from fun games like "Pin the Drone on the Middle Eastern Country" to a rousing session of Settlers of Yemen, the sound of crashing water caused everyone to run outside. "Oh no!" shouted Hillary Clinton. "We've gotta cheese it—it's climate change!"

"How dare you!" shouted Greta Thunberg, lecturing the wave on how it's just supposed to consume evil white men.

"Aw, man!" said a disappointed Obama as he swam away. "I was looking forward to that Predator drone-shaped cake—it looked delicious!"

"I knew I shouldn't have invested in a $12 million-dollar mansion when I've warned people over and over again that it would be underwater in just a few years."

Many guests were soaked or swept away into the sea, though John Kerry and Al Gore called their pilots and got picked up in their private jets.

At publishing time, Obama had purchased yet another multi-million-dollar mansion on the new Atlantic coast in eastern Kansas.

Barkey knew the dangers but he bought the mansion anyway.  What a mensch - didn't want it to fall into anyone else's hands. Anyone who did not know the dangers.

This is going to get me flagged but my first thought when I heard about the party was: "target rich environment".

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