Don't let that DWP bill get you down. Help is on the way. At this very moment, City Councilman Richard Alarcon and a video crew from the City's own TV station are preparing an instructional video on how to conserve water and power.
Alarcon is a God when it comes to conservation. You see, as the DWP explained to a grand jury, Alarcon and his family use hardly any water or power: just enough water for two flushes, without washing your hands; and just enough power for a single 100-watt bulb each day.
I'm guessing he uses hand sanitizer to avoid wasting water on hand-washing, and maybe enjoys a bunch of take-out food rather than wasting electricity on a refrigerator.
Hey, makes you wonder how much water and power he'll use when he's in jail for lying under oath about where he lives, doesn't it?