Lake Lanier is more than 3 feet OVER FULL POOL June 1 2018. Now at 1074.2 and full pool is 1071

This is a good problem to have June 1.

 

http://lanier.uslakes.info/Level/Calendar/2018/06/

 

 

1074.2 full pool is 1071.

 

 

6-1-2018

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We are at FULL POOL 1071.6 feet Lake Lanier. We were at 1058 Feb 2013 and 1060 Dec 2016 so this is GREAT NEWS.

http://lanier.uslakes.info/Level/Calendar/2018/04/

Full Pool

 

http://lanier.uslakes.info/Level/Calendar/2016/06/

 

It’s OUR WATER.  It belongs to us.  It starts here.  It’s OURS.

 

Florida tried to say it was their water in Lake Lanier.  Alabama too said that Atlanta had NO RIGHT to have Lake Lanier.

 

Yeah we do.

 

It’s OUR WATER.

 

I tried to tell you that all along.

 

Full pool 1071 feet.

 

We last were at Full Pool February 2016 so it has been a long hard grueling climb back up to there for all the rest of 2016 and all of 2017 and now 2018 to make it back to February 2016 when we last were at Full Pool 1071.

 

This is great for everything at Lake Lanier and the state of Georgia.

 

1071.6  Lake Lanier highest in a long time

 

 

4-24-2018

Lake Lanier level at 1075 January of 2016 had dropped 15 inches to 1060 January of 2017. Now after raining 14 of the last 15 days Lake Lanier has rebounded HALF of that loss of water. Recall of course as THIS BLOG SAID ALL ALONG that the RIVER STARTS in Georgia and IS OUR WATER not Alabama’s. This is GREAT NEWS for Atlanta world class city who HOSTS the college football NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME at the end of THIS SEASON at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium also known as the MOST EXPENSIVE STADIUM IN THE WORLD EVER still hoping to figure-out how to retract the roof in time for FOOTBALL this 2017 season. April May and now June have been ALL RAIN – good for Lake Lanier and Atlanta and BAD for Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium running the costs up EVEN MORE already the world’s most EXPENSIVE STADIUM. College Football Trivia .com shutting-down tonight 5 June 2017. Han Vance GOES AGAINST College Football Trivia . com and states today on Big Hairy Blawg that UGA is in HIS VIEW # 2 in The SEC recently. What a load of hogwash Han.

It’s been a year now since June of 2016 that ANYONE has estimated the COST overruns of Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium due to all this rain the last three months here in Atlanta.

 

14 of the last 15 days nothing but rain.  The one day it did not rain much of Atlanta but not here for me in Dunwoody did get rain that day too.

 

Han Vance who offered to let me write for HIS blog but I turned him down stating to Han that I would DETERMINE what I wrote and when states today that The Georgia Bulldogs AVERAGING more than 4 losses a season for 9 years now and counting are in fact # 2 in The SEC.

 

?

 

Huh ?

 

# 41 in the nation Georgia Bulldogs for 9 years at THIS URL LINK vs top 15 teams for # 11 all-time UGA are somehow # 2 in The SEC Han ?

 

7 wins out of the last 27 games vs top 15 teams UGA is # 2 in The SEC Han ?  Try # 9 Han Vance in The SEC and # 41 nationally all conferences for THAT sir is what we are recently.

 

http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_records.php?fry=2008&thy=2016&grk=on&gur=on&grl=01&grh=15&cres=1

 

College Football Trivia states that THEY are giving-up the ghost tomorrow – quitting.  No more of their site after today 5 June 2017.

 

Well Stassen covers some of that anyway.

 

After 2007 – nine years now UGA averages OVER 4 losses per season – and “haters” Han Vance calls SOME GROUP he hates and announces to them INSTEAD today that Georgia in fact is in his view # 2 in The SEC in football recently.

 

Uh.

 

No Han.

 

No sir we are NOT.

 

http://bighairyblawg.com/2017/06/05/half-decade-sec-rewind/

 

Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2016
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time from 01 to 15
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1.. Houston (5-1-0)–0.83333 (36.17-23.83) (61-11-0)–0.84722
2.. Alabama (36-12-0)–0.75000 (32.12-19.75) (485-107-0)–0.81926
3. Boise St. (5-2-0)–0.71429 (24.71-20.57) (69-17-0)–0.80233
4. Ohio St. (18-9-0)–0.66667[1] (30.52-22.96) (274-59-0)–0.82282
5. Stanford (16-11-0)–0.59259 (28.89-26.67) (263-70-0)–0.78979
6. Oklahoma (18-13-0)–0.58065 (33.74-29.03) (310-67-0)–0.82228
7. Oregon (14-11-0)–0.56000 (33.76-29.00) (269-44-0)–0.85942
8. Clemson (15-12-0)–0.55556 (29.04-28.85) (288-50-0)–0.85207
9. Florida St. (13-11-0)–0.54167 (30.12-31.50) (245-56-0)–0.81395
10. TCU (14-13-0)–0.51852 (29.56-25.52) (264-62-0)–0.80982
11. USC (10-10-0)–0.50000 (28.15-32.75) (209-39-0)–0.84274
11. Pittsburgh (4-4-0)–0.50000 (32.62-31.75) (78-20-0)–0.79592
13. LSU (16-18-0)–0.47059 (22.74-22.71) (344-78-0)–0.81517
14. Iowa (8-11-0)–0.42105 (21.58-21.21) (196-40-0)–0.83051
15. Florida (13-19-0)–0.40625 (22.72-24.38) (333-63-0)–0.84091
16. Michigan St. (10-15-0)–0.40000 (21.12-30.88) (264-48-0)–0.84615
16. East Carolina (2-3-0)–0.40000 (21.60-29.20) (49-13-0)–0.79032
18. Wisconsin (11-17-0)–0.39286 (25.25-27.07) (278-67-0)–0.80580
19. Mississippi (12-20-0)–0.37500 (25.59-32.50) (326-71-0)–0.82116
19. Texas (12-20-0)–0.37500 (23.62-32.59) (303-85-0)–0.78093
19. Central Fla. (3-5-0)–0.37500 (24.00-35.12) (83-14-0)–0.85567
19. Navy (3-5-0)–0.37500 (30.38-32.00) (75-23-0)–0.76531
23. Utah (7-13-0)–0.35000 (24.05-30.25) (198-49-0)–0.80162
24. Northwestern (5-10-0)–0.33333 (21.27-33.00) (148-36-0)–0.80435
24. North Carolina (3-6-0)–0.33333[2] (29.11-34.22) (86-26-0)–0.76786
26. Auburn (11-23-0)–0.32353 (21.97-31.76) (352-71-0)–0.83215
27. Oklahoma St. (10-21-0)–0.32258 (31.52-37.23) (302-78-0)–0.79474
28. Texas A&M (8-17-0)–0.32000 (27.40-35.16) (250-61-0)–0.80386
29. Georgia Tech (6-13-0)–0.31579 (25.68-33.11) (194-44-0)–0.81513
30. South Carolina (8-18-0)–0.30769 (22.00-31.12) (265-59-0)–0.81790
30. N.C. State (4-9-0)–0.30769 (26.69-37.69) (137-30-0)–0.82036
32. Arizona (6-14-0)–0.30000 (25.15-39.15) (202-46-0)–0.81452
32. Notre Dame (6-14-0)–0.30000 (23.80-28.60) (186-59-0)–0.75918
32. Louisville (3-7-0)–0.30000 (27.30-31.70) (102-23-0)–0.81600
35. Baylor (8-19-0)–0.29630 (31.74-41.04) (272-57-0)–0.82675
36. Texas Tech (6-15-0)–0.28571 (32.71-45.29) (203-51-0)–0.79921
36. Miami (FL) (4-10-0)–0.28571 (17.43-30.21) (144-31-0)–0.82286
38. Penn St. (6-16-0)–0.27273 (19.73-33.00) (225-44-0)–0.83643
38. UCLA (6-16-0)–0.27273 (22.18-34.55) (212-59-0)–0.78229
40. Arkansas (10-27-0)–0.27027 (22.68-33.43) (362-93-0)–0.79560
41.  Georgia (7-20-0)–0.25926 (24.26-32.11) (274-63-0)–0.81306

 

By the way Han you sir are NOT Big Hairy Dawg and NEVER HAVE BEEN.

 

6-5-2017