posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 03:57 AM
I have to admit OP, I always thought eventually you would come around and admit you were wrong. I am pretty sure you and I have went a round or two in
other threads, I am not to sure, but I know for a fact you were one of the posters who drove me nuts seeing some of your responses in other threads. I
would literally want to bang my head on the keyboard.
I take no pleasure at all in watching you admit you were wrong. In fact, it makes me sad. Very sad. If someone who was such a stout defender in all
those other threads has turned his opinion around like this, it just has to be blatantly obvious that even a blind man can see it.
I like to describe the Gulf of Mexico to others as a fish bowl. Now with reports from Texas to Florida, it only takes common sense to realize the fish
bowl has filled up. The only questions in my mind that remains now is how bad will it get? How contaminated is the Gulf? and will that contamination
spread out into the Atlantic?
We have allowed the Gulf to be destroyed. You can not introduce foreign agents into the water with no repercussions. It does not belong there, it is
not natural. The wildlife will have to adapt or die. Time will be the only thing that will tell us how bad it will really be.
You said you did some swimming and felt some burning from scraps you have on your legs? Please keep us updated if you notice anything out of the
ordinary. Sores, blisters, discoloration of the skin. I am sure a few of us would be very interested in knowing about it.
edit to add: The videos certainly do not look like the Florida Coast to me, it looks more like the shores in New Jersey.. but maybe just a bit
[edit on 18-8-2010 by MrWendal]