|baleen - 2012-08-19 |
Shit creek week!
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-08-19 |
1:10, Stopheles' house.
I've seen drunk Polish men swimming in this thing. I remember people waving at them and pleading for them to get out of the water. They have probably been reduced to sponge by E-coli by now.
And I lived a couple blocks from the metal bazooms water purification facility at 2:41.
|glasseye - 2012-08-19 |
Ah, New York.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-08-19 |
3:20 Dear god look at that water. It's like, a brownish green syrup.
|Comeuppance - 2012-08-20 |
"Since there is no current in the creek, sludge has congealed into a 15-foot-thick (4.6 m) layer of 'black mayonnaise' on the creek bed."
Exxon-Mobil has leaked over 17,000,000 gallons of oil into the creek, but are denying responsibility. So far they claim to have cleaned a few million gallons, but nobody really knows how much is actually in there. Erin Brokovich took up the case but I don't think there's going to be a settlement until the area along the water is fully gentrified, then real lawsuits can kick in and the rich people can get their M apartments paid for by the city taxpayer.
|Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2012-08-20 |
At first without looking at the description, I thought it was the St. John's river.
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