AH GOOD THE SEA
'Ah good the sea' clearly refers to the future destiny of York. As it is written on a wall at the top of a hill, and global warming will force the sea levels to rise we should expect this area to eventually be the shore of a small island. At first, the Ouse will back up, and this will promote the formation of a vast and stagnant freshwater lake, which will smell awful and cause everyone to catch McKeith's disease (an inability to eat anything that tastes nice coupled with an obsession with the examination of poo). Eventually, however, sea levels will rise to such a height that this island will, in fact, be in the North Sea. Everyone left alive will be much pleased by the improved smell and decreased levels of McKeithitis; hence, 'Ah good the sea'. The only thing to watch out for then will be roaming packs of vicious, man-eating puffins. The full quote (as sent back through the university of York's time transmitter in 2197) reads 'Ah good, the sea<. Finally. Fetch my shotgun.'