The awful drought in Georgia is helping the pecan crop. We smell a pecan farmer conspiracy. Not really. [Associated Press]


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  1. GenXCub says:


  2. I Will Not Stop Feeding My Fat Baby says:

    Where the hell is “George”?

  3. The mussels, on the other hand, are probably screwed.

  4. 5h17h34d says:

    Who is George?

  5. @GenXCub: Oh, it DOES say George.

    Perhaps the great state of Georgia comes across as manly.

  6. Meg Marco says:

    spellchecker + not enough coffee = manly states of the USA.

  7. ladycrumpet says:

    We’ll have no water but lots of pecans. Um, yay?

    It’s sad. We’re having gorgeous fall weather but all I want to see is rain.

  8. James Sumners says:

    @ladycrumpet: Indeed. I normally hate rain; it’s annoying. But I haven’t complained about it this year. It’s just too damn dry around here.

  9. theblackdog says:

    Sweet, so now I can enjoy some Pecan Pie while I watch all the trees around me die from lack of water.

    I bet this lack of rain will screw up the cherry blossoms next year in DC.