This area is usually under water. Now it is on fire.
Yes, the drought is bad, terrible, very dry, extreme, yadda yadda. But let's look at what people have done to what was once one of the great lakes of the USA.
"decisions to lower the lake last year in anticipation of hurricanes that didn't materialize...to keep about half of the usual water flowing to canals that help restock South Florida's strained water supplies...cane, vegetable and other growers are struggling to get the lake water they need for irrigation..."
Even with this level of fucking devastation, they don't seem to get the point.
"Weldon says decisions to dump lake water last year worsened the drought's effect on his fishing grounds."Where the fish used to feed and eat, it's not there no more," Weldon said. "A lot of people ain't coming back. ... It's a sad situation."
Sadder for the fish, you ignorant turd.
Once more, Florida rapes the land until its dead, and then complains that it's not fun anymore.