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Monday, 24 March 2014

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Rain is becoming a scarce commodity in California.

SACRAMENTO - The state of California is going through one of the worst droughts in history.

Meteorologists are predicting that it looks like years of dryness are in store for the Left Coast state.

Lexington Waterbuck, a writer for American Spotlight Magazine stated that pretty soon the state of California will go from being The Golden State to being The Golden Brown State.

The California state government has tried all kinds of expensive high tech solutions to solving the drought problem but not one has worked.

One frustrated state taxpayer Glynis P. Novaworthy, 83, of Lompoc said that the governor is just simply wasting the state's money on technological advances that do not advance a friggin thing.

But one Hollywood talk show host seems to have come up with a solution that he recently presented to the governor on his talk show, The Gorgeous Gary Busey Show.

Busey told Governor Jerry Brown that something definitely needs to be done and done soon before the state has to start importing water from the Great Lakes.

The 69-year-old talk show host suggested that the state of California hire an Apache rainmaker.

Busey said that he has heard about Chadburn Kicking Beaver of Albuquerque, New Mexico, who has had great success with making it rain in some of the driest places on Earth such as the Kalahari Desert, the Gobi Desert, and even in the Sahara Desert.

SIDENOTE: Governor Brown got Mr. Kicking Beaver's cell phone number as well as his email address and he will be getting in contact with him as soon as possible.

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