Andrew Cuomo Speeches Are a Miserable, Harrowing Experience


If you’ve ever been trapped in the Andes, you’ll have a good idea of what it’s like to sit through one of Governor Cuomo’s speeches. Cuomo prefers the room so cold that during his State of the State address on Wednesday — which was indoors — people were dressed in parkas and scarves, and the sergeant-at-arms handed out blankets to “some of the older legislators,” presumably to keep them from dying. [NYT]