Readers have this awaiting them:
This is something like shipping magnate J. Bruce Ismay insisting that the Titanic‘s maiden voyage wasn’t too bad, except for an iceberg here or there. (Ismay was on that tragic voyage, by the way, but he made sure that he found his way to a lifeboat, taking space that might have gone to an ordinary passenger.)
If the festival couldn’t handle the October weather, the problem was more than the weather.
(Many Christmas parades, for example, manage in much colder weather with much better experiences for all concerned.)
There’s a dark absurdity here – the DU has a publisher, editor, and reporter who will print even absurdities that are easily debunked by residents in their own community.
Previously: Attack of the Dirty Dogs, Jefferson’s Dirty Dogs Turn Mangy, Thanks, City of Jefferson!, Who Will Jefferson’s Residents Believe: Officials or Their Own Eyes?, Why Dirty Dogs Roam With Impunity, Found Footage: Daily Union Arrives on Subscriber’s Doorstep, Sad Spectacle in Jefferson, WI (and How to Do Much Better), and What Else Would a Publisher Lie About?