I just read on the front page of the Austin American Statesman, that local resident Lance Armstrong used more water than anyone else in the city of Austin during the month of June. You see, since it's so dry here, wasting water is a big no-no. (They even have sweet jingles on the radio telling you so.)
Well it appears that Mr. Armstrong in the month of June used over 220,000 gallons of water! For comparison, the average residence here uses about 8,000 gallons of water. What could Lance possibly be doing with all that water? I'm sure it's something boring like watering his lawn every day, but I prefer to imagine the 7-time Tour de France winner walking around his lavish estate with every single faucet turned on for no reason at all. He's probably thinking to himself, "first Sheryl Crow, and now more water than I know what to do with?! This is living!"