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(Slate)   California's fire season has been expanded a bit, now runs from May 1st to April 30th   ( divider line
    More: Scary, Southern California, California Department of Forestry, fire protection, Santa Barbara County, Glendora, Big Sur, United States National Forest, Department of Fisheries  
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2014-04-24 01:58:28 PM  
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2014-04-24 02:29:08 PM  
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The fire risk is so bad in the SF Bay Area foothills right now that yesterday I got a citation for ripping a dry fart on a hiking trail.
2014-04-24 02:43:11 PM  
1 vote:

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Hitting 88 MPH with your leg sticking out like that is kinda daring, don't you think?
2014-04-24 02:22:39 PM  
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EdNortonsTwin: [ image 300x300]
*looks at Canada's water supply*

Bulk water exports are specifically excluded as part of the CUSFTA and then further enshrined in the NAFTA agreement.  We kinda saw that one coming.

But you're still welcome to buy our delicious water, one 1L container at a time.  It's tasty, but if you want to use it to put out wildfires, we're not judging.

Oh, and in case you get any other ideas...

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