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Back to B.C. by Johnny Hart for October 17, 2020

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    danketaz Premium Member 14 days ago

    “All Quiet on the Waterfront”.

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    Algolei I  14 days ago

    “It.”

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    The Reader Premium Member 14 days ago

    H2O Wars!

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    gammaguy  14 days ago

    He feels entitled.

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    The Pro from Dover  14 days ago

    After this year everyone knows why they called them “Novels”.

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    dave1960  14 days ago

    “The water margin”, no wait that was taken….

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    Zebrastripes  14 days ago

    Hes washed up already

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    Purple People Eater  14 days ago

    There are much longer book titles than that. Check this one out the title is too long to post here):

    https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/358711-longest-title-of-a-book

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    Michael G.  14 days ago

    TLDNR

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    ChessPirate  14 days ago

    “Water you doin’?”

    “Water you doin’?”

    “Them’s fightin’ words!”

    “Put ’em up!” ☺

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    igor1882  13 days ago

    How could Wiley even write the title?

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    Vangoghdog01  13 days ago

    Water Rights are covered under three general legal theories. Which one applies to you depends on which state you live in.

    Riparian Right: Water is inexhaustible resource, if it is available on your property, take what you need and leave the rest. Sort of like air.

    Prior Appropriation Right: Water is a limited resource, if it is available on your property, take what you need, leave the rest, in time of drought first users in time get their established use first, when is used up, remaining users must do without.

    Proscriptive Right: Water is a limited resource. To use the resource, you must show that your use is “Reasonable, Beneficial, and in the Public Interest” (wording from Florida Water Law) having shown that, a state agency issues a permit for your water use. In time of drought, the state agency apportions the available water to those uses that best meet the criteria.

    There are still Water Wars, fought by “hired gun slingers called ‘Water Lawyers’.”

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    mistercatworks  13 days ago

    “Water Wrongs?”

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    BotGun  13 days ago

    What?

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    Night-Gaunt49  13 days ago

    What two groups of people?

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    pbr50138  13 days ago

    Maybe that wasn’t the title but the novel instead. It could happen…

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