“To say that 2020 has been bad is an understatement, but that doesn’t mean everything is doomed and terrible — including the Rockefeller Christmas tree, which despite what you may have heard will be just fine.
“This week, the customary conifer was brought in from Oneonta to be installed in the plaza, just as it has been every year since 1933.
“New Yorkers were quick to point out online its resemblance to Charlie Brown’s sweetly spindly tree, and how that’s very much on brand for the times we’re living in.
““It’s 2020. It’s been a hard, distorted year. People want normalcy. Why would you pick the most abnormal, ugliest tree?” a Twitter user said.”
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