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Man Claims to Find Oil in Oyster at Restaurant

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posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 11:28 AM
Considering Hurricane Celia, with sustained winds of 105 mph will shortly be moving into the gulf coast, and not one main stream media outlet is reporting on it. I think it would be pretty easy to cover up the oyster story. It is seriously about to hit the fan. The worse case most can imagine is every building in every gulf coast state will be painted in oil. The truly worse case scenario is that toxic deadly gasses are blown not only through the gulf states, but all the way up the east coast. If I lived on the coast, Ipersonally would be taking a last minute vacation north and west, and inviting all my family and friends to do the same. I truly hope that people will see this coming disaster for what it is, not trust the government or the media, and get out before it is too late.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 11:38 AM
reply to post by dreamwalker74

Wow... Do you realize that Celia is being reported on? But it's in the PACIFIC OCEAN! MOVING WEST!

Come on folks.... do your research!

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 11:40 AM
reply to post by dreamwalker74

What are you talking about? Celia is at 105 degrees west and moving out into the Pacific.

Or are you referring to 93L in the Caribbean or perhaps the latest CMC model that slams a storm into Louisiana in 6 days followed by another on day 7. Even that I wouldn't buy in to as there is no CoC for the models to lock on, so at this point that can only give a general idea of motion and more importantly, intensity.

However, Celia is not coming to New Orleans.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 12:07 PM
reply to post by niteboy82

Thank you, I was apparantly mislead by another blog site. I apologize to all of ATS for spreading misinformation.

That being said, what do you believe the impact will be of the first hurricane to land shore this year? Am I wrong to say that people should be conserned for the safety of their families and friends. The previous posts over gas toxicity levels quite frankly worries me quite a bit. Just want your opinion.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 12:16 PM
So if oil gets into the oysters....will it make a Black Pearl?

Oh, wait! Could that Pirate movie have been another "disclosure" film?

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 12:24 PM
I live in Texas (Galveston), and we have huge oyster beds all along Galveston Bay extending all the way to Louisiana and can tell you the oysters here have always been considered "sub par" oysters. I eat seafood regularly and know that about 90% of the oysters we get in our resteraunts are from China...and this has been going on for years...way before the oil leak... Chinese oysters are bigger and more flavorful than Gulf Coast oysters so even the locals here are eating imported oysters, and the oyster harvesters export Gulf Coast oysters to places like Mexico, although the shrimping industry is a different thing altogether in the Gulf. Gulf Shrimp ARE sold and eaten all over America, they are possibly the best shrimp in the world for size and flavor.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:43 PM

Originally posted by HunkaHunka
reply to post by nixie_nox

Indeed they are...

why would any owner of a seafood restaurant in FLORIDA want a story like this to get out?

Because business is hurting and he wants compensation from BP.

And what does this thread have to to with a 9/11 commission? Honestlly... you go from how the 20Billion is being used in a potentially corrupted fashion to what the owner of a Florida Seafood restaurant says about his own seafood?

Your smarter then this Hunka. The same man who ran the compensation committee for 9/11 victims is the same who is running the compensation commission for the fallout from the BP oil spill. SAME GUY. Get it?

There's being skeptical... and then there is just being blind to the obvious...

A teen finds black stuff on his oyster and screams oil. The owner screams oil. Doesn't make it so. Anyone could do that.

I have worked in this industry, it isn't anything till it gets to a lab and tested.
Until the state confirms it.

A couple of people on tv yelling it is oil doesn't make it so.

You have been on ats long enough to know that someone is going to offer you a counter pov and screen the video. You should expect it.

If you are going to start threads expecting everyone to jump on the bandwagon and say: yea, seafood is ruined! BP Sucks!Maybe you shouldn't be starting threads.

[edit on 22-6-2010 by nixie_nox]

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:50 PM
reply to post by nixie_nox

First off... I didnt start this thread.

Secondly... I realize that just because someone says its oil doesnt make it so... however I also believe in occams razor... Whats the likely hood that food is tainted at this point.... pretty high...

And you misread my intent... I understand what you mean about the 9/11 funds manager... I just don't get what it has to do with someone who claims to have found oil in an oyster...

Those seem like two completely different things to me.

And lastly... I never said LOOK OIL IN AN OYSTER! HATEZ BP!

Both you and DocVelocity seem to be questioning the validity of some rather normal things lately in what seems almost an emotional reaction against the anger towards BP.

[edit on 22-6-2010 by HunkaHunka]

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:52 PM

Originally posted by jeffrybinladen

fisherman will fish.

You guys are *SNIP* Americans I try to help but now apparently i'm the bad guy!

so I guess choke on an oil shrimp or oyster not my problem anymore!

thanks for the support!


Mod Edit: Removed profanity. Please read: Profanity/Circumvention Of Censors.

[edit on June 21st 2010 by greeneyedleo]

Can you please go back to wherever it was that you posted your foolishness to, prior to last week?


posted on Jun, 23 2010 @ 10:53 AM
This makes me want to

I think all fishing in or near the Gulf needs to stop immediately.
There is noway ANYONE can claim the seafood is safe, especially oysters.

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