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Monday, June 28, 2010

Oil in Mississippi

In the paper the other day it was stated that if you go out to fish and your boat has oil on it, it will not be allowed back into the harbor. The back bay is going to get pretty crowded as well as the lakes. With the oil in the gulf, it has given a little spin to our hurricane weather forecasts. Usually we would be told to watch, wait and we just don't know for sure if it will go toward us or away from us. This time around they let us know early it wasn't going to be a threat. Clark Howard, a millionaire tightwad who has a show on the weekend told viewers if they wanted a cheap vacation to go to the gulf. Sure Clark, if they don't care about beaches and boats and possibly getting stuck in a tropical storm or hurricane that's going to make this oil spill an even greater hazmat nightmare. I don't want our economy to go down the tubes...again, but did the state really think the oil was never going to show up? Everyone is so busy with their CYA tactics that I am just disgusted with the whole thing. If you haven't thought of it already, I'd add a few bottles of Dawn dish washing detergent to your hurricane preps for the aftermath and that is not just for the coastline, if we get a tropical storm or hurricane it's going to carry this oil far and wide.

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1 comment:

Ken said...

...i got plenty of soap,Palmolive,Dawn(and couple generics...lol)...if the stuff gets airborne,i'll come help ya wash(or others,if you say they're deserving)


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