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  • iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.


    Right, the government needs to oversee that. Companies aren't gonna do the right thing automatically.
  • ITYM a Seine of the Thames, subs.
  • Cake Hunter: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    Makes sense. It's an island.

    All you gotta do is dig a bunch of notches on the ocean bits and just kinda dig a lot of little grooves downhill to your own houses. Or 'Loos' as Englanders like to say.


    Yeah but Britain is known for being excessively pluvial
  • mjjt: Cake Hunter: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    Makes sense. It's an island.

    All you gotta do is dig a bunch of notches on the ocean bits and just kinda dig a lot of little grooves downhill to your own houses. Or 'Loos' as Englanders like to say.

    Yeah but Britain is known for being excessively pluvial


    Watery tarts with swords, and whatnot.
  • You could say they are running out of Thames
  • There goes the fish and chips.

    / Both river crops.
  • iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.


    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?
  • Definitely not the Prince album I'd choose....
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  • How do you catch a Rhine rabbit?  You Rhine grab it.

    How do you catch a Thames rabbit?  Thames way.
  • Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.


    "There are no problems, everything is fine" is the cry of conservatives to the public.

    \that, and "be afraid of everything, only we can protect you"
    \\the fact that they're contradictory statements doesn't bother them
  • Did you just cut and paste a post from somewhere and then attach it to an unrelated post?
  • It's so bad, they may have to start pronouncing the name of the river correctly.

    /Aluminum
  • Concrete Donkey: iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?


    Since the government is run by Tories, I think it is more that the government is wanking themselves too much at the thought of the problems this causes to stop it.
  • phalamir: Concrete Donkey: iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?

    Since the government is run by Tories, I think it is more that the government is wanking themselves too much at the thought of the problems this causes to stop it.


    The faucets running dry will present a political problem for Tories for sure.
  • make me some tea: phalamir: Concrete Donkey: iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?

    Since the government is run by Tories, I think it is more that the government is wanking themselves too much at the thought of the problems this causes to stop it.

    The faucets running dry will present a political problem for Tories for sure.


    They just have to claim the EU is stealing all the rain and their dimwit electorate will eat it up.
  • ecmoRandomNumbers: mjjt: Cake Hunter: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    Makes sense. It's an island.

    All you gotta do is dig a bunch of notches on the ocean bits and just kinda dig a lot of little grooves downhill to your own houses. Or 'Loos' as Englanders like to say.

    Yeah but Britain is known for being excessively pluvial

    Watery tarts with swords, and whatnot.


    To put in terms an American might relate to.  Imagine Seattle having no significant rain in say January and February.
  • Came here half expecting photos of ships lying on their sides at the bottom of the dried-up Thames right in the middle of London.

    Leaving relievappointed.
  • I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: It's so bad, they may have to start pronouncing the name of the river correctly.

    /Aluminum


    arkansas
    kansas

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  • I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: make me some tea: phalamir: Concrete Donkey: iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?

    Since the government is run by Tories, I think it is more that the government is wanking themselves too much at the thought of the problems this causes to stop it.

    The faucets running dry will present a political problem for Tories for sure.

    They just have to claim the EU is stealing all the rain and their dimwit electorate will eat it up.


    "Brussels did it!"
  • iron de havilland: Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.


    planet's doomed, starving polar bear out front shoulda told ya, etc.  but gotta say..  yet another lovely day today.  sky over my garden fence ...

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  • phalamir: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: make me some tea: phalamir: Concrete Donkey: iron de havilland: make me some tea: Lady J: there has been no mention of water restrictions, I don't understand it.

    we've hit record temperatures, and it's been at least warm for months.  we haven't had rain worth mentioning since May.

    That is weird.

    Maybe because this is so unusual that the government doesn't have any process created for emergency drought management? They had better get on that.

    Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    So what you are saying is the british government is so weak it cant even force companies to use basic water conservation measures?

    Since the government is run by Tories, I think it is more that the government is wanking themselves too much at the thought of the problems this causes to stop it.

    The faucets running dry will present a political problem for Tories for sure.

    They just have to claim the EU is stealing all the rain and their dimwit electorate will eat it up.

    "Brussels did it!"


    LOLOLOLcry
  • Lady J: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: It's so bad, they may have to start pronouncing the name of the river correctly.

    /Aluminum

    arkansas
    kansas

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    Within the state, it is pronounced correctly as R-Kansas. When it enters into the cesspool of Oklahoma, incorrect pronunciation is begun again.
  • Lady J: iron de havilland: Per TFA, it's all on the water companies:
    Even as the source of the Thames shifts during the dry weather, Thames Water has not implemented restrictions on water use such as a hosepipe ban. Instead it is asking users to be judicious with their tap water, doing things such as turning off the tap while brushing their teeth. Government sources revealed on Wednesday they were frustrated that water companies were not putting hosepipe bans in place.

    planet's doomed, starving polar bear out front shoulda told ya, etc.  but gotta say..  yet another lovely day today.  sky over my garden fence ...

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    Shame it's not fireproof.
  • I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Within the state, it is pronounced correctly as R-Kansas.


    when you say correctly do you mean ar-kan-sas or ar-kan-saw  ?
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