To Boil or Not to Boil?

The NPR station made an announcement a little while ago for all Lawton residents to “voluntarily” boil their water. The eastern part of town has been having water main difficulties and with the heavy rain, I guess they aren’t too sure about the rest of the supply.

Hmmmm…..so, I sit here thinking like Hamlet….to Boil or not to Boil, that is the question. Whether tis nobler to chance the putrid waters or seek safety in the witch’s cauldron true…

I think the voluntary boil order is hilarious…come on, people, its like the President saying there won’t be a shortage of gasoline. Everyone is going to buy up gasoline(bottled water) and there will be a shortage. Just tell us to boil it and be done with it!

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1 Response to “To Boil or Not to Boil?”


  1. 1 kristin June 26, 2007 at 8:58 pm

    Love your blog, Anna! Tagging you for a meme…if you’ve done this one, just ignore!


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