In a humanitarian effort not seen since the Berlin airdrop, Russia delivered 3,000 liters of fresh, clean drinking water on US soil today. The jet planes appeared to be the same Russian models used to drop supplies to refugees in Syria.
The aircraft dotted the skies of Flint, Michigan like a high-flying flock of geese. Thousands of tiny parachutes floating aloft, bearing crates off bottled Baikali water, freshly melted of Siberian snow, drifted lazily below the clouds.
“I think Americans deserve clean drinking water,” the Russian President said in a prepared statement.
Grateful, Jim and his buddies at the pub in downtown Flint appreciated the return of the life-giving nourishment of clean water to their beer-dreary palettes.
“We can’t make beer without water!” said Grateful as he wiped the foam from his stranded grey beard.