Drought? What Drought?

If you’re in north Georgia, you’ve probably gotten sick of the rain, but you’re the envy of your brethren down in middle and south Georgia.  Parts of north Georgia is officially out of the drought, but farmers in middle and south Georgia are still parched.  11Alive has a story about the drought, but the map below illustrates the water woes for the large part of the state:

From the US Drought Monitor: http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu


That piece of legislation annexing part of the Tennessee may not be as far-fetched of an idea.


    • Dave Bearse says:

      You didn’t study the map. It’s pretty clear it’s centered on the profusion of strip clubs around Macon.

  1. saltycracker says:

    Unions press for a greater share of limited profits controlled by management. The minimal impact on the general public is, for the most part, voluntary.

    Public workers press for a greater share of virtually unlimited public monies controlled by other public workers. Public unions are the worst of all with an organized effort to get at public monies and should be illegal. Taxpayers are the mark.

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