Georgia is having a drought. Things are bad. So what do people do when they feel helpless and cannot do anything?
I bet that a month from now they'll get rain, and they'll say, "See? We did it!"
So there ya go, Georgians, your tax dollars
at work wasted.
Still, I cannot leave this without pointing out one part of the article:
[The governor's spokeswoman Heather] Teilhet said the governor's office has invited spiritual leaders from several faiths and dominations to participate in the service.
Emphasis mine, but c'mon, a little help from the leather community probably wouldn't hurt either.
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