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I remember when i drove to San Fran a year ago lake. Shasta was bone dry. Crazy seeing that but it still had house boats on it just chilling
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just saying that my car is cleaner because i wash it twice a week and my lawn is greener because i water it twice a day . Once before i go to work and once when i come back home from work.. why wouldn't you get that figure of speech ?

You bout to be living that Fallout 3 life homie
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People out of state care more than we really care in California, that's the sad thing.

What can we do? Nestle is still bottling water, Chevron is still using thousands of gallons a day at their refineries and people are still voting for old Jerry up in Sac. So it's a nice day outside I'm going to do some shopping and chase some yams I ain't got no worries.
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People out of state care more than we really care in California, that's the sad thing.

What can we do? Nestle is still bottling water, Chevron is still using thousands of gallons a day at their refineries and people are still voting for old Jerry up in Sac. So it's a nice day outside I'm going to do some shopping and chase some yams I ain't got no worries.
we living life out here with some perfect weather. This is good hopefully this scares and keeps people from moving to California
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People out of state care more than we really care in California, that's the sad thing.

What can we do? Nestle is still bottling water, Chevron is still using thousands of gallons a day at their refineries and people are still voting for old Jerry up in Sac. So it's a nice day outside I'm going to do some shopping and chase some yams I ain't got no worries.
we living life out here with some perfect weather. This is good hopefully this scares and keeps people from moving to California

We actually have more people leaving than coming.
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No water problems here in Florida, yet.

Just stupid people.
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There has to be something in the water down there in FL, too many funny stories from that state 

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That Florida swamp gas is a neurotoxin. You heard it here first.
 

That or aliens. Only explanation.

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Glad to finally see some rain here in the bay. Been pouring since 3am. This morning commute isn't lookin pretty though
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We just recorded the warmest October ever recorded in Los Angeles. There were only 5 days the temperature dropped below 80 degrees. Scientist are saying this El Niño is shaping up to be the biggest ever. The rain that will begin January thru March should put a huge dent on the drought. Hopefully the flooding and mudslides aren't too catastrophic.
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We just recorded the warmest October ever recorded in Los Angeles. There were only 5 days the temperature dropped below 80 degrees. Scientist are saying this El Niño is shaping up to be the biggest ever. The rain that will begin January thru March should put a huge dent on the drought. Hopefully the flooding and mudslides aren't too catastrophic.

I don't want the heavy rain. Our drains ain't ready for that
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Dudes out here running out of water and he talking about ******** in it every week laugh.gifmean.gifsick.gif
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That Florida swamp gas is a neurotoxin. You heard it here first.

 
That or aliens. Only explanation.

Huh?
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post #375 of 376
It's crazy that the drought in Cali is worse than the southwestern states like Arizona and New Mexico.

I've been living in NM for a while now and my mind is blown that these fools have golf courses in the desert. I just feel like that's just feeding the fire of what's to come for TX,AZ,NM. Obviously using water for agriculture makes sense, but I'm sure we can live without pecans. They take up an insane amount of water just to make one single pecan. W.E.

I'll be out after I'm done with school to right coast.
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My city about to get a fine for not restricting water usage :{ 

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