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Old 09-24-2012, 02:56 PM   #11
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So, BP didn't cause any lasting damage?
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Old 09-24-2012, 03:18 PM   #12
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I think the comment was meant as a stop blaming BP for EVERY dark spot on the beach as there are often other factors/contributors
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Old 09-24-2012, 05:49 PM   #13
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So, BP didn't cause any lasting damage?
A lot of the oil or tarballs on the beach is from bp but there is also other factors to with it bein a natural accurance and for those that think that storm recently didn't bring in no oil ur deff wrong our daily wheight got about 100x what is was before the storm and we still havnt got back to or around our normal weights
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Yes, but that pix is Labrador poop.
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Yes, but that pix is Labrador poop.
Murph that's not Labrador poop...they would be much "larger"...

I grew up in Va. Beach and spent much time on the beach...tar balls were common. Mom would always check our feet after a day at the beach and my Dad would clean them off with gasoline. There are no oil wells off the Virginia coast.
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Murph that's not Labrador poop...they would be much "larger"...

I grew up in Va. Beach and spent much time on the beach...tar balls were common. Mom would always check our feet after a day at the beach and my Dad would clean them off with gasoline. There are no oil wells off the Virginia coast.

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A lot of the oil or tarballs on the beach is from bp but there is also other factors to with it bein a natural accurance and for those that think that storm recently didn't bring in no oil ur deff wrong our daily wheight got about 100x what is was before the storm and we still havnt got back to or around our normal weights
What??
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Simple terms I work on the spill there is oil on our beaches and will be forever
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Murph that's not Labrador poop...they would be much "larger"...

I grew up in Va. Beach and spent much time on the beach...tar balls were common. Mom would always check our feet after a day at the beach and my Dad would clean them off with gasoline. There are no oil wells off the Virginia coast.
We used to get them at different NC and SC beaches. Probably leakage from tankers hauling Bunker C.

Went to a beach once in Del in the late 50's and it wasn't tar balls, it was thick black oil, floating on the surface.
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Simple terms I work on the spill there is oil on our beaches and will be forever
Simple Terms, there always was oil on our beaches, and always will be.
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