Benevolent God Floods Georgetown

  but we hope that vineyard vines bum can float. he can right?

Storms this weekend raged through the mid-Atlantic, and the Act of God (like another Act of God, the U.S. Constitution) left dozens dead. Still, there was a reason the Lord did this: to rid the world of Georgetown once and for all.

Laura Keivel, who passed along the images from the Harbour this morning, tells DCist that there’s “heavy damage to Tony and Joe’s, Farmers and Fishers, Cabanas, and Sequoia, as well as the large fountain.”

“It appeared that two of the flood gates broke possibly early this morning,” said Keivel. “I went downstairs to get the mail, and you can hear the water pouring in the elevators.”

There’s always a purpose. [DCist]

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