I'm not really sure what kind events would have led up to an official posting of this magnitude but too much Tex-mex take out could be one theory. It's also conceivable that since it's busy season, any time lost is money and thus flushing has becoming too much of a burden to bear. Other speculation is welcome at this time.
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