If you want to feel old, the Coen brothers’ phenomenal dark comedy/murder mystery Fargo turns 20 today. It’s great for a ton of reasons: the accents, Frances McDormand’s quietly badass police chief character, and TruCoat.
Heavy snow melt, moist soil, and North Dakota's peculiar geography combined over the weekend to turn the roads and fields around Fargo into a seemingly giant shallow ocean. Called overland flooding, it creates bizarrely apocalyptic scenes like this.
Fargo, the Coen brother's 1996 cult-film, was an outrageous tale of an embezzling car salesman and his plot to kidnap his wife. The owners of Lamborghini of Orange County have the embezzling part down.