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miabelieves

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was this posted... [link to leanweb.org]
Analysis of air samples in the Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou area by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality demonstrated that the concentrations of toxic chemicals in the air, including Volatile Organic Compounds such as Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene and Xylene, were below the Louisiana Ambient Air Standards. However, though the concentrations of toxic chemicals were below acceptable standards, health symptoms continue to be experienced and reported by community members.

Locations where odors and health symptoms were reported by community members:

Highway 70 between Bayou Corne and Gator Corner/Stop
Highway 70 and Gumbo Street
Highway 70 between Gumbo Street and Gator Corner/Stop
Gator Corner/Stop
Gumbo Street
Sauce Piquante
Crawfish Stew Street

Time Odors were observed
6:30 AM and 9 PM

Description of Odors
Diesel
Tar
Gas
Burning Trees

[link to www.examiner.com]

if the butane in the sinkhole vicinity exploded, it would meet, according to the National Terror Alert, the definition of a dirty bomb.

"I sought an analysis of the recent DEQ test results from Waligora, who since a stint as a nuclear weapons officer in the U.S. military has been teaching, consulting and testifying as an expert witness in radiation litigation for more than 45 years," asserted Smith Friday.

He expressed concern that the state reported its findings of radium-226 and radium-228 as "below acceptable levels," when in fact, the results were 15 times higher than the state’s own standard for soil contamination.

“Well, once again the Louisiana DEQ is in denial because they don’t know what to do about the radioactive contamination in the Bayou Corne subsidence,” Waligora wrote, adding the following findings:

There are immediate radiation dose concerns, not only cumulative toxin concerns.

[link to theadvocate.com]
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Appreciate the thx. Hope you all had time to read the first link, especially the part about salt caverns and change in elevation by 300 feet.
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I've had a quick scan so far, but intend to read it all when the kids are in bed later.
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Analysis of air samples in the Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou area by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality demonstrated that the concentrations of toxic chemicals in the air, including Volatile Organic Compounds such as Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene and Xylene, were below the Louisiana Ambient Air Standards. However, though the concentrations of toxic chemicals were below acceptable standards, health symptoms continue to be experienced and reported by community members.

Locations where odors and health symptoms were reported by community members:

Highway 70 between Bayou Corne and Gator Corner/Stop
Highway 70 and Gumbo Street
Highway 70 between Gumbo Street and Gator Corner/Stop
Gator Corner/Stop
Gumbo Street
Sauce Piquante
Crawfish Stew Street

Time Odors were observed
6:30 AM and 9 PM

Description of Odors
Diesel
Tar
Gas
Burning Trees

[link to www.examiner.com]

if the butane in the sinkhole vicinity exploded, it would meet, according to the National Terror Alert, the definition of a dirty bomb.

"I sought an analysis of the recent DEQ test results from Waligora, who since a stint as a nuclear weapons officer in the U.S. military has been teaching, consulting and testifying as an expert witness in radiation litigation for more than 45 years," asserted Smith Friday.

He expressed concern that the state reported its findings of radium-226 and radium-228 as "below acceptable levels," when in fact, the results were 15 times higher than the state’s own standard for soil contamination.

“Well, once again the Louisiana DEQ is in denial because they don’t know what to do about the radioactive contamination in the Bayou Corne subsidence,” Waligora wrote, adding the following findings:

There are immediate radiation dose concerns, not only cumulative toxin concerns.

[link to theadvocate.com]
 Quoting: miabelieves


Oh my, what a good time to post this.

Hydrogen Sulfide- broad-spectrum poison, nervous system most affected, blocks oxygen from binding and stops cellular respiration.

Benzene- confirmed human carcinogen, leukemia, cancer of the lymph system, lung cancer and bladder cancer

Methylene Chloride- affects central nervous system, liver, cardiovascular system, blood, irritation to skin, eyes, respiratory tract, also cancer hazard.

OKAY, potential cause for nervous system related diseases?? Such as meningitis, chicken pox, and HFMD. Is this why it's slowly getting picked up by msm? Blaming meningitis on some steroid shots that have been used for years as back pain treatment, why now? But could the real reason be from the gasses being released from the ground all along New Madrid fault line?

I was watching a movie on FX last night with mark wahlberg in an m night shamylon (spelling?) about an unknown airborne chemical in the NE that the main characters are perplexed by. In part of the movie they were watching the MSM on tv, two guys sitting down were talking about the cause of the airborne invisible illness. The guest on the show considered it the beginning of the end, but the opposing opinion from the other guy said it was planned by our own government. Both are logical in some sense according to the time we are in.
I just thought how much of a coincidence it was that movie of all movies was playing and that same night I found out the information about these chemical definitions I posted.
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Cavern wall collapse confirmed:
Published today, 10/13 at 10:13 am (?)

By CAIN BURDEAU / Associated Press / WWLTV

NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- A collapsed wall of an abandoned underground salt cavern where a Texas company had operated is being blamed with causing a sinkhole and contaminating an aquifer in a sparsely populated area of swampland west of New Orleans.

The Louisiana Office of Conservation said new data shows that a series of problems -- natural gas bubbling up in local bayous and a growing sinkhole that's swallowed about 4 acres of swamp forest -- are linked to the collapse of a side wall of an underground salt cavern that Houston-based Texas Brine Co. LLC operated. The company extracted brine and piped it to nearby petrochemical facilities.

Late Thursday, Conservation Commissioner James H. Welsh ordered Texas Brine to make sure the collapsed cavern does not worsen and to do more testing, monitoring and analysis to understand what is happening underground.


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I watched it too, nice timing huh?
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I watched it too, nice timing huh?
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Yeah all I could think about were current events while watching.
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".....they're putting another crawdad on the barby"(sorry if I didn't get the quote exact, working off my cell right now) Sounds like they're grubbin with the Aussie's drilling next door ;-)
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oh, and let's not be forgetting all the frog giggers down that ways too...
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it's it ironic that BP and Transocean are the only
outfit on the planet with the technology to fix this problem.
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After Sinkhole Flyover: Strongest odor I have ever experienced in all my time in Louisiana — Intense petroleum fumes hovering directly over community

There is no doubt that the fumes from the sinkhole and bubbling natural gas in the surrounding area have been impacting the community. Local residents have documented this along with their potentially related health symptoms through the Odor and Symptom Log available online here.

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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


Yes look at how many dying trees there are around the sinkhole area. The ground is indeed saturated.
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


Yes look at how many dying trees there are around the sinkhole area. The ground is indeed saturated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21268876


maybe. but we're talking all of southern louisiana (including New Orleans) here bunkie.

can you say: "totally uninhabitable"?
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


Yes look at how many dying trees there are around the sinkhole area. The ground is indeed saturated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21268876


maybe. but we're talking all of southern louisiana (including New Orleans) here bunkie.

can you say: "totally uninhabitable"?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


I can say totally uninhabitable. Well, you said yourself that it is saturated and I am agreeing with you.
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was this posted... [link to leanweb.org]
Analysis of air samples in the Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou area by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality demonstrated that the concentrations of toxic chemicals in the air, including Volatile Organic Compounds such as Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene and Xylene, were below the Louisiana Ambient Air Standards. However, though the concentrations of toxic chemicals were below acceptable standards, health symptoms continue to be experienced and reported by community members.

Locations where odors and health symptoms were reported by community members:

Highway 70 between Bayou Corne and Gator Corner/Stop
Highway 70 and Gumbo Street
Highway 70 between Gumbo Street and Gator Corner/Stop
Gator Corner/Stop
Gumbo Street
Sauce Piquante
Crawfish Stew Street

Time Odors were observed
6:30 AM and 9 PM

Description of Odors
Diesel
Tar
Gas
Burning Trees

[link to www.examiner.com]

if the butane in the sinkhole vicinity exploded, it would meet, according to the National Terror Alert, the definition of a dirty bomb.

"I sought an analysis of the recent DEQ test results from Waligora, who since a stint as a nuclear weapons officer in the U.S. military has been teaching, consulting and testifying as an expert witness in radiation litigation for more than 45 years," asserted Smith Friday.

He expressed concern that the state reported its findings of radium-226 and radium-228 as "below acceptable levels," when in fact, the results were 15 times higher than the state’s own standard for soil contamination.

“Well, once again the Louisiana DEQ is in denial because they don’t know what to do about the radioactive contamination in the Bayou Corne subsidence,” Waligora wrote, adding the following findings:

There are immediate radiation dose concerns, not only cumulative toxin concerns.

[link to theadvocate.com]
 Quoting: miabelieves


Oh my, what a good time to post this.

Hydrogen Sulfide- broad-spectrum poison, nervous system most affected, blocks oxygen from binding and stops cellular respiration.

Benzene- confirmed human carcinogen, leukemia, cancer of the lymph system, lung cancer and bladder cancer

Methylene Chloride- affects central nervous system, liver, cardiovascular system, blood, irritation to skin, eyes, respiratory tract, also cancer hazard.

OKAY, potential cause for nervous system related diseases?? Such as meningitis, chicken pox, and HFMD. Is this why it's slowly getting picked up by msm? Blaming meningitis on some steroid shots that have been used for years as back pain treatment, why now? But could the real reason be from the gasses being released from the ground all along New Madrid fault line?

I was watching a movie on FX last night with mark wahlberg in an m night shamylon (spelling?) about an unknown airborne chemical in the NE that the main characters are perplexed by. In part of the movie they were watching the MSM on tv, two guys sitting down were talking about the cause of the airborne invisible illness. The guest on the show considered it the beginning of the end, but the opposing opinion from the other guy said it was planned by our own government. Both are logical in some sense according to the time we are in.
I just thought how much of a coincidence it was that movie of all movies was playing and that same night I found out the information about these chemical definitions I posted.
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


Yes look at how many dying trees there are around the sinkhole area. The ground is indeed saturated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21268876


maybe. but we're talking all of southern louisiana (including New Orleans) here bunkie.

can you say: "totally uninhabitable"?
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I can say totally uninhabitable. Well, you said yourself that it is saturated and I am agreeing with you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21268876

i know. i was just trying to emphasize that the PROBLEM
is a hell of a lot more than just some silly cavern and
its daughter sinkhole. (or even the whole damn Napoleanville Salt Dome complex, for that matter)
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


I agree with you for the most part except for the Texas brine stuff, I think the bottom side of the cavern was melted by external water, either sea water or, the water left over by hydrolic fracturing. I think the second option due to shale coming in with it.

The industry has a good scape goat to pay for everything for the moment, I wonder how many other companies will have expensive bills before this is over.
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


I agree with you for the most part except for the Texas brine stuff, I think the bottom side of the cavern was melted by external water, either sea water or, the water left over by hydrolic fracturing. I think the second option due to shale coming in with it.

The industry has a good scape goat to pay for everything for the moment, I wonder how many other companies will have expensive bills before this is over.
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the damn "cavern" (and the whole damn Napoleanville Salt Dome Complex, for that matter) is small potatoes compared
to the Real Problem (which i stated so exquisitely).
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Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the
sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part
of this whole thing.

the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that
Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards
when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they
washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides
of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure
to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts
the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy)

the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this
salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided
to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural
gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern".

But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which
is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust,
is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana --
and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192789


I agree with you for the most part except for the Texas brine stuff, I think the bottom side of the cavern was melted by external water, either sea water or, the water left over by hydrolic fracturing. I think the second option due to shale coming in with it.

The industry has a good scape goat to pay for everything for the moment, I wonder how many other companies will have expensive bills before this is over.
 Quoting: alexisj9


the damn "cavern" (and the whole damn Napoleanville Salt Dome Complex, for that matter) is small potatoes compared
to the Real Problem (which i stated so exquisitely).
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I agree on that, just not on the blame game. Well unless your looking out to sea anyway.
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well, evacuating all of southern lousiana for the next 100 years, until the gas dissipates, is disaster enough for me.
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I know what you mean.

But, what would it take for such an order? I don't see it happening at this point; they aren't anywhere near declaring a widespread(ing) disaster area, even as the sinkhole(s) continues to spread...while new ones appear elsewhere.

I've seen the failing trees, the water between stands which have yet to fall, roads 'dissolving' before our eyes, and, the pockets where people are getting sick.

No one is going to order an evacuation unless some undeniable tragedy occurs, which manages to set off an alarm which will not turn off.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


well, keep in mind that i am talking about natural gas
saturating ALL of the ground in southern louisiana.

this catastrophe is just now getting started. and Bayou Corne
just happens to be "ground zero".

there is natural gas starting to percolate out of the
ground all around Assumption Parish right now... so,
maybe you can see how this thing might grow and grow
until the natural gas engulfs all of southern louisiana
(including New Orleans)

(p.s. get your minds out of "sinkholes" for cry-sakes!)
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One option I can think of is the citizens of LA organize and collect and share data themselves. Waiting for anyone who is paid to do a job is to expect mediocrity, as those who come from the heart will use a above average or exceptional approach because they care and it matters to them. Barter your skills, one can collect while one calculates the data, and another performs data entry, etc. It's obvious that the gov. at all levels doesn't care, but we do... Create a risk back up plan so all can be accounted for to ensure their safety.

p.s. yes, this happens at GLP - in this thread and similar ones, but the local approach would be the brains/nerve center

Posted this on another thread, maybe this is probably happening already...I would like to thank all you people for giving a damn, you who have been doing research/due diligence. I haven't contributed but I have been trying to educate and pass on the word as much as possible. All of your hard work is not going unnoticed - you are beautiful people! If awareness is wide spread it adds more talent and abilities to an effort - and strengthens us as people who care about our beautiful planet, the grandmother of all. It gives me hope that such caring individuals exist among the noise and haste...
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One option I can think of is the citizens of LA organize and collect and share data themselves. Waiting for anyone who is paid to do a job is to expect mediocrity, as those who come from the heart will use a above average or exceptional approach because they care and it matters to them. Barter your skills, one can collect while one calculates the data, and another performs data entry, etc. It's obvious that the gov. at all levels doesn't care, but we do... Create a risk back up plan so all can be accounted for to ensure their safety.

p.s. yes, this happens at GLP - in this thread and similar ones, but the local approach would be the brains/nerve center

Posted this on another thread, maybe this is probably happening already...I would like to thank all you people for giving a damn, you who have been doing research/due diligence. I haven't contributed but I have been trying to educate and pass on the word as much as possible. All of your hard work is not going unnoticed - you are beautiful people! If awareness is wide spread it adds more talent and abilities to an effort - and strengthens us as people who care about our beautiful planet, the grandmother of all. It gives me hope that such caring individuals exist among the noise and haste...
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well, GLP happens to be the Bulletin Board to the World.

so, why re-invent the wheel?

GLP IS the Information Clearing-House of the World.

so, tell all yer friends to come and post any knowledge
they might have to these threads.
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Has anyone evrer noticed when threads really start developing good info, these pissing matches/shill/Disinfo/confusing BS/ paranoia starts....lol
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so where is all this good info you're talking about? names, corporations, specifics? all I see is DAWG and the usual shill bots hiding behind different avatars doing 3rd grade nursery rhymes. ewww, great info.
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Fuck off pin head!
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Re: Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand.
WOW! Looks like we got too close again and the shills came out in full force! My favorite was Dr. Whatever the heck his name is calling SiniXster a shill! that's a good one! Let's set the record straight for those that are 'new' or haven't followed the whole thread...if SiniXster says something you best LISTEN! And for the folks claiming 'role playing'..I know, it's so horrible of a situation it's hard to take it all in. We understand, it's ok, ignorance is blizz. Go ahead and go on with your day then and leave the thread. For I assure the rest of you THIS IS NO GAME. Now for those seeking the truth, let's get back to fact finding. hf
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hey look, its radchick w' her different avatar.

pigchefpigchefpigchefpigchef
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Shit for brains!
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Ji DAWG, I got a riddle 4 U. I fixed the hole w/ another Assumption suck.



Oh, how is this thread edited when it was posted by an AC? hmmm, another riddle.
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Riddle me this... fuck off ass head!
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there is natural gas starting to percolate out of the
ground all around Assumption Parish right now... so,
maybe you can see how this thing might grow and grow
until the natural gas engulfs all of southern louisiana
(including New Orleans)

 Quoting: dr.einstein


And into Texas, up to Arkansas and New Madrid . . .

Add to that the theory that Synthia is entering aquifers and water supply . . .

Yikes, double yikes, triple yikes . . .
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bump
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Federal officials said late Friday they have approved a joint plan from BP and Transocean to identify the source of a sheen in the Gulf Of Mexico associated with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

[link to theadvocate.com]

hf
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Federal officials said late Friday they have approved a joint plan from BP and Transocean to identify the source of a sheen in the Gulf Of Mexico associated with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

[link to theadvocate.com]

hf
 Quoting: Paa Tal


BP says that there is always oily scum floating around
in the Gulf, and that this is nothing to be concerned about.

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