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Re: The left plays both sides of the fence (Was: Ology of [T]Error)

Posted by AlM on Mon Jul 31 12:24:53 2017, in response to Re: The left plays both sides of the fence (Was: Ology of [T]Error), posted by WillD on Mon Jul 31 11:53:44 2017.

The elevation of Las Cruces NM, which is on the Rio Grande, is 3,900'. So most of the elevation gain, going east to west, would be along the Rio Grande. The Continental Divide in southern NM isn't that much higher than Las Cruces (maybe another 1,000').

So if you wanted to kill off NM's and southern TX's agriculture, you could come up with the water.

Or sure, what the hell, pump sea water up the hill.





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