Discussion in 'General' started by 50Joe, Jul 26, 2022.
This is a good time for everyone to watch (or re-watch) the movie Chinatown.
This post prompted me to do a little research on water levels.
From what I found the lake is currently about 142 ft. from dead pool.
Bruh, that's in NYC not NV.
'A private detective hired to expose an adulterer in 1930s Los Angeles finds himself caught up in a web of deceit, corruption, and murder."
And it is about water rights.
Water is the next oil
Everyone should try and find Blue Gold by Clive Cussler. It's chilling the parallels to reality.
I read somewhere a while back that France owns more privatized water than anyone else.
Never mind almond.
They grow rice in Ca....
obviously an indigenous crop.
I think that's the book, lots of rum and Caribbean beaches has clouded my memory. He is a great Author, not much to do except read books on a sailboat
I've been trying to convince my wife that we need a windmill well and a cistern on the Oklahoma plot. I may just go ahead and make that happen without her blessing, despite our agreement to discuss all purchases 400 and up.
After over 20 years, and considerable changes in our collective net worth, we seriously need to adjust that shit for inflation!
That'd be one slow turning treadmill.
Or you could just grab dem balls outta her poket book.
Not if you stuffed them with weed gummies and put a bag of Doritos just out of reach.
It's more a mutual financial goal agreement between two people who had negative net worth 20 years ago, but are now millionaires.
But, see it however you choose to.
A year or two ago there was a front page article in the LA Times, at that time more electricity was being gernated during the day with everyone's solar than we could possibly use and I guess it was going into never, never land. Not really sure how that all works. So I guess they need more people charging their cars at home and at work?
Yes and what does this have to do with your balls being in her pocket book.
Take it easy, I'm just kicking your balls.
(technically her pocket book)
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