Thursday, February 14, 2008

DROUGHT'S STILL BETTER THAN WATERWORLD

"It's the damnedest thing Earl, a drought-- right here in the desert."


Scientists say the two largest reservoirs in the West, located in Arizona and Nevada will run dry in 13 years, which is shocking, because building a lake in the desert seemed like such a surefire idea. How could a lake in the desert run dry?

I’m not denying global warming hasn’t played some part in this draught, but I don’t want to hear about it from any the 20 million people living in Southern California with lush green lawns, in what God, or more likely the devil, clearly intended to be a barren desert.

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