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Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)

 
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Bye bye Gulf. I saw it a few times already. Won't be seeing it again. A;ways resented the folks who lived there. Now we will have social justice and nobody gets to play there. HAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHHA


This is the true face of the "social justice" mentality.

Spiteful, resentful, and pathetic.

Know it for what it is:

"Social Justice" is not about lifting anybody up, but about dragging down others to their wretched level.

That is so true, it's evil...
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Yeah, that is the no one left behind that they do with the 'educational' system. We know how that works out.
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OH WHY GOD WHY?


DESTIN IS BEAUTIFUL. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO​OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
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First time I was on Destin Beach was in 1958. There was one Holiday Inn and and old two-story, wood frame, kitchenette type hotel, where the people who liked to fish stayed.

THAT WAS ALL.

GOD, SO BEAUTIFUL. PURPLE SEAWEED IN A PATCH HERE OR THERE, WATER AS CLEAR AS THE WATER IN YOUR BATHTUB, THE COLORS OF TURQUOISE, ALL KINDS OF BLUES AND GREENS, TONS OF FISH AND BIRDS, AND MILES AND MILES OF A LONG, WHITE PENINSULA.
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Re: Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)
Wouldn't a hurricane almost be a blessing in that it would cleanse the waters and move much of the oil inland where it could more easily be dealt with?
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That means eventually all that oil would end up in our lakes/rivers. That is where the very large majority of all drinking water for our state (and illegally Atlanta) comes from. So no, it would not be a blessing.
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I was having that same thought only 254 miles in. I think it should be alright. I have no clue how a major hurricane would work with an oily gulf though. For example, the oil might prevent a major hurricane from forming to begin with, and if one did form, how much and how far would the oil fall?

And it's not being covered in oil I'm concerned about. It's oil falling into my lakes, which is where the water supply comes from.


That's the Trillion dollar question.
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It's very hard to prepare for something not recorded in history. Of course, maybe there's a reason it hasn't been recorded in history....
If you can justify killing one man, you can justify killing every man.

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OH WHY GOD WHY?


DESTIN IS BEAUTIFUL. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO​OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
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So much for the beautiful emerald waters of that area. The waters and beaches are beautiful. correction were..
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btw I have sand from Pensacola about 20 yrs prior...so much sand was in my luggage once from the beach and jetskiing I saved it...I have about a cup or two put away...and one day they could use it to see the actual changes in the sand from all their fine "technology"


Yes, the sand I have would prove what happened over 20 yrs...post 1979 accident but prior this monstrosity and any others they have hidden-and judging their safety record, I expect quite a bit is being hidden.
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my nephew brought me a old pint liquor bottle full of water, sand and some shells from panama city. really cherished it, now it's like totally irreplacable.
i was born in pensacola, now it's trashed.
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The Gulf is going to be full of oil. The water tables are going to be full of "fracking" fluid from natural gas "fracking".
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OH WHY GOD WHY?


DESTIN IS BEAUTIFUL. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO​OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.


First time I was on Destin Beach was in 1958. There was one Holiday Inn and and old two-story, wood frame, kitchenette type hotel, where the people who liked to fish stayed.

THAT WAS ALL.

GOD, SO BEAUTIFUL. PURPLE SEAWEED IN A PATCH HERE OR THERE, WATER AS CLEAR AS THE WATER IN YOUR BATHTUB, THE COLORS OF TURQUOISE, ALL KINDS OF BLUES AND GREENS, TONS OF FISH AND BIRDS, AND MILES AND MILES OF A LONG, WHITE PENINSULA.
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yeah I am seriously thinking about going there this weekend to see it one last time. All the way from Indiana.
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OH WHY GOD WHY?


DESTIN IS BEAUTIFUL. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO​OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.


First time I was on Destin Beach was in 1958. There was one Holiday Inn and and old two-story, wood frame, kitchenette type hotel, where the people who liked to fish stayed.

THAT WAS ALL.

GOD, SO BEAUTIFUL. PURPLE SEAWEED IN A PATCH HERE OR THERE, WATER AS CLEAR AS THE WATER IN YOUR BATHTUB, THE COLORS OF TURQUOISE, ALL KINDS OF BLUES AND GREENS, TONS OF FISH AND BIRDS, AND MILES AND MILES OF A LONG, WHITE PENINSULA.


yeah I am seriously thinking about going there this weekend to see it one last time. All the way from Indiana.
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i'm going...
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i'm going...
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I have to see those white beaches and eat at fudpukers one more time.
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Re: Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)
I was having that same thought only 254 miles in. I think it should be alright. I have no clue how a major hurricane would work with an oily gulf though. For example, the oil might prevent a major hurricane from forming to begin with, and if one did form, how much and how far would the oil fall?

And it's not being covered in oil I'm concerned about. It's oil falling into my lakes, which is where the water supply comes from.


That's the Trillion dollar question.


It's very hard to prepare for something not recorded in history. Of course, maybe there's a reason it hasn't been recorded in history....
 Quoting: ZTE


you have oil/gas, chemical dispersants, thermal reactions. It's really hard to predict what's the outcome of a hurricane in the gulf.
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OH WHY GOD WHY?


DESTIN IS BEAUTIFUL. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO​OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.


First time I was on Destin Beach was in 1958. There was one Holiday Inn and and old two-story, wood frame, kitchenette type hotel, where the people who liked to fish stayed.

THAT WAS ALL.

GOD, SO BEAUTIFUL. PURPLE SEAWEED IN A PATCH HERE OR THERE, WATER AS CLEAR AS THE WATER IN YOUR BATHTUB, THE COLORS OF TURQUOISE, ALL KINDS OF BLUES AND GREENS, TONS OF FISH AND BIRDS, AND MILES AND MILES OF A LONG, WHITE PENINSULA.
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I was there in 1977 or so and it was nothing but vacant beaches. Miles and miles of nothing but beach and ocean.
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I'm now wondering if 320 miles from the coast is enough distance?

for what???


I have some folks down in NW AL and I am concerned for them, as there is a small child there and he is sensitive to stuff(allergies)


I have seen a sheet of black glass...it looks like black obsidian


It has some weird iridescence like glass gets when one uses ammonia or windex and has yet to dry...similar to what the oil looks like on the surface...

I have seen the Lake of Fire...always puzzled me...being wer have such a large ocean and total flooding WILL NOT HAPPEN all over the world...no it will be fire

sulphur

brimstone...smoke,,,toxic fumes


burning eyes....throats...kind of thing...the fuel sources are MULTIPLE in this ARTERY they have tapped...oil, methane, and Natural gas...the last two highly flammable...I think it is beyond knowing...if one knows, they best figure out how to get away from the general area.

These are far reaching...greater than 4% methane...bad trouble...and the thing they are trying to hold onto to is a Leviathan find...Literally and figuratively

also topography/mountains, valleys come into consideration...as volcanoes in several areas are rumbling...once more darken the skies...food will become even more scarce and many awaiting the dinner bell at the trough

so the camps could well be for survivors so they have food...who knows...

I figure I am still here...and not going until it is my time-I do my part to survive and help many, and the rest is covered-it is all I can do

ground waters can be affected by this crap as will the mouth of the Mississippi

They should of gone ALL OUT to keep it from hitting shore and WITHOUT the dispersants...but AGENDA 21 is quite real to me...and they still need to move the people to outcry-so they can cement their nanny world domination maneuvers
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HAHA to Destin.
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Fuck off C*nt...Bet your life is absolute shit.

If it isn't yet, I'll bet it will be soon enough. Karma has a really neat way of dealing with shitbrained pricks like yourself.
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Bye bye Gulf. I saw it a few times already. Won't be seeing it again. A;ways resented the folks who lived there. Now we will have social justice and nobody gets to play there. HAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHHA
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What a juvenile needle dicked troll you are.
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My dad has just gone through cancer treatments (chemo) and we were planning on taking a trip to the beach this thursday since he has a break from treatments. We were headed for the beaches of south walton area. ( seagrove, seaside etc. Is this a bad idea?
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Thread: Goldman Sachs Sold 44% of its BP stock THREE weeks before the Disaster!!!!!!!!!!

Goldman sachs BP selloff
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My dad has just gone through cancer treatments (chemo) and we were planning on taking a trip to the beach this thursday since he has a break from treatments. We were headed for the beaches of south walton area. ( seagrove, seaside etc. Is this a bad idea?
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I would go as soon as you could. Even if oil "hits" the beaches, it doesn't mean everything will be black and gooey just yet. But you should go, because you might not get another chance.

P.S. I have a good friend who lives in Sea Grove. So I'll let you know when it gets too bad to travel to that area.
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My family and I just went to Orange Beach last week.Didn't really have the money but thought it was important for the kids to see it one last time the way it was.Thursday was the last day and the water was so calm and the dolphins were out playing that morning and I just wanted to cry thinking this is it. sigh
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My dad has just gone through cancer treatments (chemo) and we were planning on taking a trip to the beach this thursday since he has a break from treatments. We were headed for the beaches of south walton area. ( seagrove, seaside etc. Is this a bad idea?


I would go as soon as you could. Even if oil "hits" the beaches, it doesn't mean everything will be black and gooey just yet. But you should go, because you might not get another chance.

P.S. I have a good friend who lives in Sea Grove. So I'll let you know when it gets too bad to travel to that area.
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That is really sweet OP. To the poster with the father-trip to the beach. After coming through chemo your Dad may find the trip rejuvenating in a way that is hard to replicate (sunshine and the benefits of neg ions in the moving water)

[link to www.health-benefit-of-water.com]
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and btw some will try to disguise themselves on the opposite team they support...so be aware...some ARE NOT AT ALL HOW THEY SEEM, some play HOST to others who seek our demise...
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exactly describes the synagogue of satan.
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I would go as soon as you could. Even if oil "hits" the beaches, it doesn't mean everything will be black and gooey just yet. But you should go, because you might not get another chance.

P.S. I have a good friend who lives in Sea Grove. So I'll let you know when it gets too bad to travel to that area.
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i am so sorry for what (they) have done to you. hf
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btw I have sand from Pensacola about 20 yrs prior...so much sand was in my luggage once from the beach and jetskiing I saved it...I have about a cup or two put away...and one day they could use it to see the actual changes in the sand from all their fine "technology"


Yes, the sand I have would prove what happened over 20 yrs...post 1979 accident but prior this monstrosity and any others they have hidden-and judging their safety record, I expect quite a bit is being hidden.
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My parents winter home is across the causeway from Pensacola. Johnson beach is one of their favorites.
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Sad to hear of the lovely beaches that will be no more in a few days time.No matter what happens now, it is too late for them,the damage will never be repaired. If this thing gets caught up in the gulf stream,we will be saying the same about Irish beaches and bays in about 6 months time.
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My dad has just gone through cancer treatments (chemo) and we were planning on taking a trip to the beach this thursday since he has a break from treatments. We were headed for the beaches of south walton area. ( seagrove, seaside etc. Is this a bad idea?
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Go! just talked with some people in from fishing...
maybe the last time ever...;(
you should be ok down there for now, they saw some a small amount of it about 9 miles out from OB Al.
this other boat didn't see any at all...
Go have a great time with your Dad! will be good...
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and btw some will try to disguise themselves on the opposite team they support...so be aware...some ARE NOT AT ALL HOW THEY SEEM, some play HOST to others who seek our demise...

exactly describes the synagogue of satan.
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that and the white house!
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when the oil covers Destin's beaches the cover comes off this coverup and TSHTF as the world wakes up to a huge dose of the brutal reality that this situation is completely out of control....there is big money in the Destin real estate market that will get vaporized overnite....lots and lots of second homes for the well off here...they will not be amused
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My dad has just gone through cancer treatments (chemo) and we were planning on taking a trip to the beach this thursday since he has a break from treatments. We were headed for the beaches of south walton area. ( seagrove, seaside etc. Is this a bad idea?
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yes this is a bad idea. we just finished chemo and rad and

you don't want to be around any kind of dangerous

environmental chemicals that could be in the water.

just becaus u can't "see" them they can still be there.

don't gamble...life is too short.
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*******UPDATE********

Just got off the phone with another Captain. He went East from Orange Beach and said he rode through oil all the way to Florida waters. He said the oil was moving very fast and should hit Pensacola (FL) beaches by tomorrow morning, and Destin would be soon to follow either late tomorrow or the next day.

This means that they'll likely shut down parts of Florida waters for fishing later this week.


Here's an updated map for the spill.

[link to www.noaanews.noaa.gov]


*******UPDATE********

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