First it was wildfires then torrential rains, now its mud. If the fires weren’t enough, actually those homeowners were the lucky ones because insurance covered their losses, but now the mud flow released from the mountains that were viciously charged by the recent torrent of rain pounded Montecito like never before. Boulders flowed down streets like the running of the Pamplona Bulls. However, this time insurance companies are not coming to the rescue. Homeowners are left to their own to clean up the mucky mud, that is if they have a house that survived the running of the mud.
Of course global warming and global climate change is to blame. But we know that is not the case. The explanation for California’s abnormal weather is the result of too many pot heads smoking up a storm. They, obviously are to blame for the fires which cause the state to go up in flames; as nature is a self preventive mechanism it released water from above to quell any of the remaining embers. And come to think of it, if climate change is for real, the blame can be placed on the smoke released from the ubiquitous Cheech and Chongs who blanket the California landscape from one end to another.