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May 26, 2014

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Joe

By the way, I forgot to add the translation of the 70,0000 acre-feet that McClintock has in the article. That is 23 billion, with a B, gallons. At the 50 gallons a day per person ration that is 46M days of water.

Peter Garrison

Joe spotted a small flag had fallen on the road where the parade was to pass.He hurried to get the flag up off the ground so that no disrespect would be shown to it if someone were to inadvertently run over it. Good move Joe.

steve krause

Joe, what does "M" in 46M days stand for?

Joe

M = millions

holyroller@hotwire.com

Will The City of Burlingame have a Water Abuse Hot Line or Water Abuse Police Force?
If so, they better start today.

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