Northeast US Used To Be In Drought Most Of The Time

People in the Northeastern US have gotten used to wet weather, but from 1910 to 1970 the Northeast was in drought most of the time. Most likely due to your SUV.

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5 Responses to Northeast US Used To Be In Drought Most Of The Time

  1. Tim A says:

    My Dad had a 1910 SUV when I was growing up…..

  2. Andy DC says:

    Obviously, there is always either too much rain or too little rain. All a result of our capitalist system. A system that creates evil robber barons, ones who are crazed by unspeakable traits like ambition and hard work. Those who exploited women and minorities by giving them jobs, then raped Mother Earth for fossil fuels that never should have left the ground!

    Only with a new world order can we ever hope for normal rainfall!

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