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on Jan 17, 2014
Well we put in a new lawn 3 years ago. And I was thinking instead that California would become a desert. I am right on that one. So all of us need to get rid of our lawns and instead plant drought resistant plants. That way we can all save money. And remember, like in the 1970's, 'shower together' goes the motto.
Meanwhile, the lawn sprinklers are still happily spraying the street on Sunset Ave in (well, technically, near) LA.
Lets build more and more, so more and more water gets used.
Isn't this usually when the state decides it's a great time to drain a couple of reservoirs for maintenance?
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