More on Water

MORE ON WATER….The mysterious Froude Reynolds, who “carried pipe in tomato fields, walked along canals, and studied water in California universities in preparation for current employment that makes a pseudonym a reasonable precaution,” responds to David Zetland’s suggestion that the price of water be determined by market forces here. Bottom line: many blog commenters, even on fine blogs like this one, are misinformed. Things are, in fact, “much less outrageous” than they used to be. I can’t quite tell if that’s damning with faint praise or not, but click the link if you want some up-to-date water info.

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