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Originally posted by Dark Ghost
I feel dumb for asking, but what is that in the picture "48 days after"? It looks like the back of a human head, but also it doesn't.
[edit on 16/6/2010 by Dark Ghost]
Originally posted by franspeakfree
I am so ANGRY! I want to stand on the rooftops and scream
Originally posted by star in a jar
reply to post by MeSoCorny
It is the top of a dude's head with goggles on. He drove all the way from Kentucky, dammit, he was going to swim on his vacation.
Sorry but I just had to laugh at that
Originally posted by Caveat Lector
BP can be blamed to an extent but seriously, every user of oil, directly and indirectly needs to be accountable.
Fact is deep sea drilling is pushing the boundaries. ie. risky business
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
In a way this is everone's fault for becoming dependant on oil in our daily lives. We love the convenience of cars and airplanes, the cd's and dvd's in our players. The plastic that covers nearly everything we buy including the grocery store. We have forgotten how to live without it and now we're junkies searching for our next fix. This time we drove into the wrong neighborhood to find our drugs.
If we ever get out of this mess we have got to find better ways to live on this planet, ways that do not endanger every fish in the sea and bird in the air. In doing so we endanger ourselves too.
Seeing those oil covered animals is so truly sickening and sad. It is my fault, and I am sorry for my part in this mess.
Will we learn anything from this? Can we change our ways?
Our grandchildren will curse us for what we have done to their future.