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Economy
Mississippi could shut down in 2 weeks
2012-12-17
Posted by:Besoeker

#5  D *** NGED Gerbils!

And thus, little Virgina, we learn why God invented the 14-Gauge Shotgun.
Posted by: JosephMendiola   2012-12-17 23:18  

#4  Must be that damn gerbil warming, all that rise in the sea level means the water has to come from somewhere, so obviously the Mighty Missississippi had to give it up.
and in all the pictures there is not one, one one mind you, pitiful polar bear clinging to a sliver of ice before he is forced to submit to the clutches of mankind in his never ending production of greenhouse gases......
Posted by: USN,Ret.   2012-12-17 22:27  

#3  The worst drought in half a century has brought water levels in the Mississippi close to historic lows and could shut down all shipping in a matter of weeks – unless Barack Obama takes extraordinary measures.

Only HE can save us!
Posted by: tu3031   2012-12-17 22:24  

#2  Had heard they were dredging like crazy. Article says El Magnifico could release water from the Missouri River, which helps downstream St. Louis but hurts the length of the Missouri. Good thing we have the man of steal making the tough ones. To muddle it further, there is good golf in Kansas City and a growing pusstule of white liberalism.
Posted by: swksvolFF   2012-12-17 18:19  

#1  The river damnit, the river.
Deh Mississipuh way of life is safe.
Posted by: Shipman   2012-12-17 17:59  

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