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raw dog

Alice, TX

#1 Apr 1, 2013
I read where Beeville had 2 years of water left. They are now scrambling for other water sources. They get their water from lake C.C. as Alice does. This was front page news, Why is Alice not concerned. This drought will continue as our weather patterns have changed. We could have a down pour and it would solve nothing.
oilfield worker

Houston, TX

#2 Apr 2, 2013
I think alice has much less time than that because beeville uses ground water and lake cc water, while alice uses only lake cc water. We will run out much sooner than them. Maybe its allready too late to do anything about it, although I hope not.
wow
#3 Apr 2, 2013
raw dog wrote:
I read where Beeville had 2 years of water left. They are now scrambling for other water sources. They get their water from lake C.C. as Alice does. This was front page news, Why is Alice not concerned. This drought will continue as our weather patterns have changed. We could have a down pour and it would solve nothing.
and the city is gonna build a nadatorium. go figure.
true

United States

#4 Apr 2, 2013
And people are still watering grass and wasting water without a care in the world. This is why we are killing ourselves. Ignorance!!
Princess Maggot

Lockhart, TX

#5 Apr 2, 2013
I work and pay for my water so I will water my grass.
true

United States

#6 Apr 2, 2013
Princess Maggot wrote:
I work and pay for my water so I will water my grass.
Moron^^^^ guess your grass is more important then having water to drink, shower,washing your clothes with???? You have to be retarded to think like you do!!!
Princess Maggot

Lockhart, TX

#7 Apr 2, 2013
I actually don't like drinking sink water so I just water my dead grass for it to grow and give my pets water.. and I do wash and bathe in my water I pay for... and I'm not retarded u must be to not want to use ur water that u pay for to water ur grass. Everyone wants a nice green front yard.
true

Corpus Christi, TX

#8 Apr 2, 2013
Princess Maggot wrote:
I actually don't like drinking sink water so I just water my dead grass for it to grow and give my pets water.. and I do wash and bathe in my water I pay for... and I'm not retarded u must be to not want to use ur water that u pay for to water ur grass. Everyone wants a nice green front yard.
Omg!!!! Do you understand what our status is on our water supply??? If you know how to read look under lake cc water levels and restriction.. Doesn't matter it you pay for it retard. What matters is we won't have any water at all to live off of.. You need to make a trip to Mathis lake to understand 1st hand Ignorant person..

Since: Mar 13

United States

#9 Apr 2, 2013
raw dog wrote:
I read where Beeville had 2 years of water left. They are now scrambling for other water sources. They get their water from lake C.C. as Alice does. This was front page news, Why is Alice not concerned. This drought will continue as our weather patterns have changed. We could have a down pour and it would solve nothing.
The city has a couple of contingency plans: 1) Floating pump station that would allow them to get farther out into the "deeper" section of the lake. 2) Thinking about by-passing Lake Findley, in order to reduce evaporation losses, and 3) Water wells.

1) Is feasible,but you basically will end up in the old river bed; but, it will buy you some time. 2) Environmentally iffy (don't know where they stand on this; however, they're increasing water holding capabilities at the water plant. May have got the environmental approval; just don't know). And 3), water wells will buy you more time than 1) above; but in deep droughts, groundwater is affected as well.

Hope this helps. Pray for a tropical wave to come our way. 20" will go a long way to getting us back even!!!
true

Corpus Christi, TX

#10 Apr 2, 2013
Chilly Moe wrote:
<quoted text>The city has a couple of contingency plans: 1) Floating pump station that would allow them to get farther out into the "deeper" section of the lake. 2) Thinking about by-passing Lake Findley, in order to reduce evaporation losses, and 3) Water wells.

1) Is feasible,but you basically will end up in the old river bed; but, it will buy you some time. 2) Environmentally iffy (don't know where they stand on this; however, they're increasing water holding capabilities at the water plant. May have got the environmental approval; just don't know). And 3), water wells will buy you more time than 1) above; but in deep droughts, groundwater is affected as well.

Hope this helps. Pray for a tropical wave to come our way. 20" will go a long way to getting us back even!!!
Praying is what we all have to do... I really hope we get a good storm. Sounds bad but that's the only thing that will help our water levels.
Princess Maggot

Lockhart, TX

#12 Apr 2, 2013
true wrote:
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Omg!!!! Do you understand what our status is on our water supply??? If you know how to read look under lake cc water levels and restriction.. Doesn't matter it you pay for it retard. What matters is we won't have any water at all to live off of.. You need to make a trip to Mathis lake to understand 1st hand Ignorant person..
aye ya yayaee go cry urself a river and drown in it...if I didn't know how to read how would I be commenting back u dimwitt! We ppl will survive we have for thousands of years already...
BOOM

Lockhart, TX

#13 Apr 2, 2013
payaso wrote:
<quoted text>Well , pray or pump. Lets see which one fills up the lake faster.
Ill pray with your mom and pump her full of baby batter
wow
#14 Apr 2, 2013
BOOM wrote:
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Ill pray with your mom and pump her full of baby batter
childish.
BOOM

Lockhart, TX

#15 Apr 2, 2013
wow wrote:
<quoted text>childish.
Bend over!!
BOOM

Lockhart, TX

#16 Apr 2, 2013
Chilly Moe wrote:
<quoted text>The city has a couple of contingency plans: 1) Floating pump station that would allow them to get farther out into the "deeper" section of the lake. 2) Thinking about by-passing Lake Findley, in order to reduce evaporation losses, and 3) Water wells.

1) Is feasible,but you basically will end up in the old river bed; but, it will buy you some time. 2) Environmentally iffy (don't know where they stand on this; however, they're increasing water holding capabilities at the water plant. May have got the environmental approval; just don't know). And 3), water wells will buy you more time than 1) above; but in deep droughts, groundwater is affected as well.

Hope this helps. Pray for a tropical wave to come our way. 20" will go a long way to getting us back even!!!
How bout I take ur mamma to to the edge of lake cc and help her rub one out .. Squiter alert!!!
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Donna, TX

#17 Apr 2, 2013
HILARIOUS!!!!!
Employee

Alice, TX

#18 Apr 2, 2013
wow wrote:
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and the city is gonna build a nadatorium. go figure.
. We can use the water from there.
Why

United States

#19 Apr 2, 2013
In the world would alice be getting a water park then?
el Hub

Corpus Christi, TX

#20 Apr 3, 2013
wow wrote:
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and the city is gonna build a nadatorium. go figure.
comedy of errors
Mr_MoJoe

United States

#21 Apr 3, 2013
BOOM wrote:
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Ill pray with your mom and pump her full of baby batter
Say BOOM, you're an insignificant nobody!!! Shut the hell up, and crawl back into that slime pit you call home!!!

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