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May 31, 2011


This seems to reinforce the thought that it's really hard to pass regulations that make people do the right thing. The key here seems to be that appearing to be compliant – or justifying non-compliance – is more important than conserving water, which is still scarce, regardless of its source.

And, no, it's not sour grapes because I don't have a water well of my own. Or not much. Probably.

Yes, Eric, it must be difficult to get people to change behavior.

This is probably a good time to be in the water well drilling business, but the more wells there are, the quicker the ground water will be depleted, too.

I thought briefly about covering my lawn with rocks until I realized the rocks would become ammo for vandals.

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