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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

it takes a what, football thoughts


it takes a what to stop all this
a hurricane
thats not a good thing
here in austin apparently its a good thang

(that pennisula down the middle is called sometimes island
and its almost becoming a full walkway across the lake)

the lake level in lake travis the big water source for austin
and several communities nearby has now officially reached
its lowest levels in 50 years
and according to a kxan report
while our population here in those 50 years has gotten
larger and larger
with more growth still happening and still coming into the future

as you drive around this area and look at all the lawns and
landscapes that are being watered and watered a lot
remember 1/2 of your water bill for many of you is from watering
your lawn

there are water restrictions going on now
and more stricter ones are on its way

so now the hope is all put into this wish
hurricane please
to dump large quantities of water here on
lake travis

in 35 days if we dont get this significant rains this lake travis
will be at its lowest point ever since the lake was built in

then maybe they whoever they are will act to enforce more
stricter water use
as i saw in a recent news report
(the lady bird lake or town lake is where the water flows
 to from lake travis)
where in austin the leaks in the waterlines everywhere drains enough
water to fill this lake once or more each year

try fixing the damn leaks why dont you

they could just come visit us here at the country n to observe
all our water conservation measures we take
and the amount of rainwater we harvest each year

eg we are 75% full in our water tanks despite the lack of
rain recently and these hurricanes if they come will quickly
fill us to full capacity

take that austin

i am so happy football is here
i certainly enjoyed watching the college games this weekend

my three teams in order of allegiance are
aggies yes i said aggies

horns may be back this year well know in a month
a slow start in the game this weekend is disturbing

razorbacks game showed me a new sign for the razorback
the a sign

i always like the hookem horn sign turned down as it looks to
me like a razorback with its husks

aggies im afraid that johnny guy somewhere down the line is going
to break your hearts
nothing good is going to come of this ticking time bomb

sorry to see tim tebow cut
hope he makes it to a new team

and hope that vinces does also

now im really ready this week for some football
nfl baby

the organicgreen doctor

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