Now, we here at Oceana don't usually traffic in idle gossip, but this item from Page Six caught my eye. Apparently one Sir Harry Evans, husband of former New Yorker editor and Diana-biographer Tina Brown, is concerned about beach erosion at his summer home. You know, it really does affect the ability of sea turtles to lay eggs. How nice that a man of Evans's stature is paying attention ....
Oh, wait. He's concerned that the erosion will cause "grave damage to our considerable amenities." Well, we wouldn't want that!
It's ok, Sir Harry. You can leave saving the sea turtles to us.
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