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originally posted by: mymymy
originally posted by: Enochstask
a reply to: mOjOm
It's not your place to tell your betters what to do.
Wow, you're not very good at this.
Anyway, my wife is from California and they have had restrictions before. Maybe they're just now realizing that "suggestions"aren't going to work anymore
originally posted by: JimNasium
I was born in Napa and left the Republic in 2004 after I sold a 1292 sq ft. home for $445k in Cotati after paying $168,999.00 in 1994. Growing up first in Salinas then in Marin and Sonoma County there was always an eye out to conserve water. I remember You could receive a fine if You washed your car but that was the only enforcement besides threats of enforcement.
Nestle™ already has a subsidiary that sells bottled water but My personal thoughts are this is to drive the price of water upwards to screw the taxpayer to pay for water for 'their' Ag corp. that sells food to 'their' restaurants/prisons.
originally posted by: Imagewerx
A question I'd like ask on a sort of related subject.I've been watching Youtube videos about Death Valley prior to my visit there in a couple of months,and I see they've had flash floods there for the last four years (maybe more I didn't go back any further).Is this normal (if normal is still normal nowadays) for the hottest place on earth,and where does all this water go to,surely it must make a difference to the water problem in California?