That's right people, South America is not dead! Or at least, it's not so irradiated. Collapsing buildings and other types of destruction are normal. And now with the news:

"Sao Paulo may have to ration water this year if reservoir levels are not replenished, Brazil's largest water and sewage utility said, an increasing possibility as the southeast region heads into its dry season.

Worries of a water shortage in the metropolis of some 20 million that will host the soccer World Cup opening match on June 12 have increased amid dry weather this week, and the city's main source of water, the Cantareira reservoir, was at just 12.7 percent of its capacity as of Wednesday.

Economists worry that water rationing or shortages could take a toll on Brazil's fragile economy, which is expected to grow just 2 percent this year, and a shortage in Brazil's business hub would add to the challenges facing President Dilma Rousseff, who is expected to be re-elected in October.

Fallout brazil

Bethesda supposedly is making Fallout 4 in Brazil with actual gameplay before the war, something waited by many Fallout fans. There was even a leak of one screenshot of gameplay, on the right.

The utility company, Cia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo SA, or Sabesp, said it had turned to other water sources in the region but was running out of options.

"If the rains do not return to appropriate levels and reservoir levels are not restored, we may be forced to take more drastic measures, such as water rationing," the company said in an annual report published on Tuesday.

Sabesp just a month ago said it was not considering rationing water in Sao Paulo, saying such a measure would hurt consumers and raise costs. Some small cities in Sao Paulo state have already seen water shortages and rationing imposed.

Southeastern Brazil suffered from its hottest, driest January on record this year, damaging corn, sugar and coffee crops that Brazil exports and spurring fears the lack of rain could trigger an energy shortage as well as a water shortage, since Brazil relies on hydro-electricity. (Reuters) "

Aaaaaaaaaaand that was on 9th April. 20 days later, the Cantareira reservoir is at 10,9% of its capacity, and weather does not bring good news; there won't be rain, but earlier this month we had heavy rain but it didn't where it was needed. So i suppose we should prepare for the future.

Mbc0102 (talk) 02:03, April 30, 2014 (UTC) This is Matt signing off. Stay safe out there.