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Originally posted by Limegreen
I leave you to your hysterics.
Originally posted by Limegreen
reply to post by Ram
The lighter brown colored stuff (looks redish)is oil with dispersant.
The light brown color of the rivers and the shoreline is muddy waters spilled into the gulf from the Mississippi and other rivers.
The panic on this thread that those two pictures in the OP caused is paranoia. This thread is stupid, bordering on being a hoax, the person who took the pictures is stupid if he thinks that he was taking pictures of oily water. I will move on to another thread since people in this thread have selective reading comprehension. I leave you to your hysterics.
Originally posted by Loken68
reply to post by Shark_Feeder
Here's you thought. Oil in the gulf, not even a quarter of what the Exxon Valdez spilled. Environmental impact not even a drop in the bucket compared to the Valdez.
Originally posted by Thermo Klein
Originally posted by mweiss
This photo was also uploaded on facebook, it's a dead dolphin: www.facebook.com...#!/photo.php?op=1&view=all&sub j=119101198107726&aid=-1&pid=4717477&id=516146226&oid=119101198107726&fbid=395496121226
Looks like I got Cheney's Christmas card ready - yeah, no shopping!
Originally posted by AllIsOne
The fact that BP won't allow independent scientist to measure the flow of curde oil says everything. A conservative estimate is 50'000 barrels a day. BP's official number is 5'000 barrels a day.
I have no clue why Obama let BP be in charge of the operation. So far their handling of the disaster has been dismal to say the least
Originally posted by Judohawk
Originally posted by Zosynspiracy
Boycott? LMAO! Americans have lost their #ing balls. Do you really think boycotting will do anything in this day and age? What is this Mandela and South Africa? Gimme a break. BP and the other companies involved have single handedly destroyed an entire ecosystem, and decimated an entire economy and all we can do is talk about boycotts? Where are the riots? Where are the trashing of BP gas stations? Where are the tar and feather literally of some of these asshole corporate execs? That's why NOTHING changes and nothing in America ever will. Nobody has any balls to do anything. And it's easy to sit back and say why don't I do something? We all individually have something to lose. Of course. I have a job, a wife, bills to pay and I happen to like my freedom. But if we came together collectively I'd have no problem throwing a few buckets of black paint all over the local BP station or staging a mass riot in their parking lot. But why can't we band together as Americans and collectively riot anymore? Because no one gives a flying # about anything unless it directly affects them. I mean hell I don't even see the people in the Gulf rioting at all. And we love to call terrorists willing to blow themselves up for 12 virgins in the afterlife cowards???????????????? PLease............. We can't even slumber outside our front door for a real life tangible cause!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey internet tough guy, lay off the mountain dew.