Thursday, June 9, 2011

Texas Sky Only Rains Sadness, Never Water



In more Texas-is-burning-news, all of Travis County's Fourth of July displays, including downtown Austin, are being cancelled due to the the "exceptional" drought and the wildfire warning plaguing most of the state. The Fire Marshall said the ongoing drought and winds have made conditions too dry to allow fireworks. The next big desicion to be made is whether to ban firework sales in the county. DON'T YOU TREAD ON ME ON THE MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF THE YEAR, GUVRNM'NT!

It will be interesting to see how many people oblige the Fire Marshall on the most patriotic of holidays in favor of not burning their neighborhood down. Personally, I'll be sitting on my porch with a hose and a Lone Star. You'll never take away my right to shoot up explosives into the air in honor of a country I'm constantly threatening to secede.

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