Nine Months After Snowpocalypse, It's ... Babypocalypse!

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So, it's about eight months since the historic snowstorms of December and February and all these babies are scheduled for September. Funny, how that happened. This is the best thing climate change has done since making Moroccan wines drinkable.

Outside, the white December snow piled higher. Relentlessly higher. Inside a Laurel home, a woman watched "Dexter" reruns while her boyfriend played "Batman: Arkham Asylum." They grew restless. They looked at each other.

And then they -- well, you know.

Yes, the Washington Post just yadda yadda'd over it.

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Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he writes about economics, labor markets, and the entertainment business.

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