M2Bulls by Marty Two Bulls Sr. for August 25, 2022

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    well-i-never  5 months ago

    He’s not kidding. Lake Powell and Lake Mead are at 27% capacity.

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    Free Radical  5 months ago

    Look no further than the corporation farmers and their wasteful methods of flood watering along the Colorado all the way from Grand Junction to Yuma. It may be expensive to convert to drip irrigation but it will be much more cost effective now than a few years down the road when there is nary a trickle left.

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    Durak Premium Member 5 months ago

    This is a global, deadly serious problem

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    Havel  5 months ago

    “Need” those golf courses and green lawns, right?

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 5 months ago

    You need them cement ponds when you live in the desert.

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    Due to the drought, skeletons, artifacts, buried villages, and ships of yesteryear are exposed…

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    FicklePickle  5 months ago

    All to predictable.

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    FrannieL Premium Member 5 months ago

    Indeed it is a day of reckoning.

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    sandflea  5 months ago

    Whatcha gonna do when the river runs dry?

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    oldchas  5 months ago

    The western edge of both North and South America is littered with evidence of past civilizations that have came and went based on the availability of water. We may or may not see another.

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    schaefer jim  5 months ago

    I believed they all were warned a few decades ago this was coming if certain steps are not started.

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    gammaguy  5 months ago

    “I believed they all were warned a few decades ago this was coming if certain steps are not started.”

    If they’re not listening now, they certainly wouldn’t have listened then.

    Oh, right. They didn’t.

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    brucer31245  5 months ago

    People who live in a desert and have purty green lawns near purty green golf courses deserve to die of thirst.

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    daisypekin01  5 months ago

    the Colorado River has not reached the sea for years!

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    GiantShetlandPony  5 months ago

    The worst offenders are the wealthy, because the fines for excessive water use are chump change for them.

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    A# 466  5 months ago

    And yet 1/3 of Pakistan is under water, and Jackson’s decrepit water supply (both ends) has failed. Thank goodness these are acts of God and not related to climate change.

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