Lack of water, overrun with illegals, liberals…

In the Sierra Nevada, snowpack levels are running below even the darkest days of the drought, with cross-country ski resorts closed and mountain biking becoming the sport of choice until the snow returns.

In the Bay Area, cities like San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Rosa are experiencing the hottest starts to a year on record.

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30 Responses to Lack of water, overrun with illegals, liberals…

  1. Cheryl Isbell says:

    I live in Walker, on the eastern flank of the Sierras. It’s pretty grim right now. We did get snow yesterday but not a hell of a lot. Don’t know what the snowfall was in the high country but it won’t be enough to help. We go hiking a lot and have been to the 9 and 10,000 foot level and no snow!

  2. Exile1981 says:

    God is punishing California for being stupid.

    • Aesop says:

      I see.
      So, using that “logic”, last year California was the smartest on record in twenty years.


      Alternatively, you could maybe suppose that climate varies each year, and there are wet years, and dry years, which have everything to do with the weather, and nothing to do with incorporeal morality plays.

      You know, like it works on the entire planet pretty much every day, since forever.

      • John Deaux says:

        You can also look at it that God gave them extra rain last year to have a surplus but they foolishly wasted it so he’s repaying them for their stupidity

      • Rebar says:

        California is an environment with far too many people. This can be resolved by mother nature. Aid from the Federal Govt should be discouraged. Time to stop supporting and unnatural population with artificial means

  3. Westcoastdeplorable says:

    I live here in the desert East of LA. During the drought, water conservation was on the local’s minds since that was in the news, and people started thinking about doing away with grass lawns switching to less water-intensive desert plants/shrubs.
    Then the gov backed off and basically said “use all the water you want”! At which point I blew a gasket and posed the question “just how dumb are these MFers…don’t they know this is a temporary respite?”
    So here we go again…..

  4. Andrew says:

    Well, maybe if they had built cisterns and catchment basins and kept some of the water from all the rains last year…

    Nah, it’s California. Suffer, bitches.

    • Wirecutter says:

      Cisterns and catchment basins my ass, they need to build a couple more dams and flood some foothill valleys.

      • Inbred Redneck says:

        Yeah, too bad they don’t have a nice big dam to collect all that water from the Feather River drainage. Oh, wait, there is one but they fucked up so badly buildin’ and maintain’ it that they couldn’t save all that water they got last year, and this year there ain’t much.

        • crazyeighter says:

          And they’ve got so much water they want to tear down the Hetch Hetchy reservoir. (If they do, do the original land titleholders get their land back?)

          • Elmo says:

            How bright are the enviros in San Francisco? They get the purest municipal water in America for next to nothing and they want to destroy it’s source. Idiots.

      • dirtscratcher says:

        We need to replace the Golden Gate Bridge with a dam and flood San Francisco and all the way back to Sacramento. That would fix California.

        • Aesop says:

          Or we could send 10M toothless banjo-playing kinfolk back east where they came from, and deport 6M illegals, and go back to having plenty of water for the half of the population the state was built for. And by.

          And it’d be easier to fix the Bay Area by putting all that water back in the Central Valley farms, and letting the delta smelt and liberal @$$hats in Frisco & vicinity shrivel up and die.


          • Wirecutter says:


            • John Deaux says:

              Damn right you did, good call on your part. Glad you’re enjoying your new home.

            • Aesop says:

              9,999,999 to go, Kenny.

              Encourage your friends and neighbors to send for Jethro and Ellie Mae.

              That and Trump’s wall oughta do it.

              Besides, the state is bankrupt, and the pension bomb will go off here in a coupla-few years.

              Once there’s no welfare, they’ll all be heading out anyways.

              Y’all best get prepared for their return.
              And for heaven’s sake, wherever they land, don’t call them “Californians”. They’re just dirtbags visiting here temporarily to live off of welfare, but when the gravy train goes off the rails, they’ll be headed back to their ancestral spawning grounds, just like salmon.

              • Wirecutter says:

                I don’t think the welfare/food stamp program is very generous here – I honestly don’t know, I’ve never checked it out. I don’t recall ever seeing anybody using a food stamp card here though.

          • crazyeighter says:

            And putting that water back in the Central Valley farms would mean a lot of us would be getting better vegetables than we are now.

  5. While I live in Tuolumne county and my water bill has went through the roof….just for the CONNECTION and not the usage. I pay $105 a month just to have the means to turn the tap on. If I actually USE the water then the bill goes up exponentially.
    And to think that half the valley GETS their water from us….and pay less….whilst we are where the water is and we are punished for it. Fucking greedy asshats.

    • Wirecutter says:

      I feel ya. My water bill was 23 bucks last month. Went up a dollar for some reason and pissed me off.
      Did I mention that we got 4.5 inches of rain Saturday? Supposed to rain for 13 of the next 15 days too.

      • Heathen says:

        Yeah and then the Spring rains will start in about a month in Tennessee.

        • Wirecutter says:

          Oh, I know. I gotta be honest with you, I’m looking forward to the thunderstorms. I love those fuckers.

          • Heathen says:

            So you have another hickory tree that needs taken down ?

            • Wirecutter says:

              I’ve got my eye on a big fucking oak right on the edge of the treeline. Actually I’m hoping for a windstorm to do it for me so I won’t have to hear it from Lisa.

              • Elmo says:

                I do all my tree work/thinning/pruning when my wife’s gone. She almost always agrees things look much better when I’m done, but she almost always objects to what I want to do before I do it.

Play nice.