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Old 09-26-2010, 11:33 AM   #41
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I agree with Kim 100% and stopped posting my opinions because of the doomsday scenarios a lot were posting. I will add one more thing to back up his statement. I have been diving extensively since 1976 in Pensacola. I dove through the entire oil spill in open areas legally and to up to my last dive this last Tuesday I HAVEN"T seen one difference in the water conditions changed from any previous years of diving. This area has had and will continue to have tar balls wash up on the beach from time to time because of the NATURAL seepage of oil that has been seeping for millions years from the Gulf floor. We just don't want another massive spill like this last one.

So with "NATURAL" seepage of oil will we still be seeing tar balls washing up on the beach and when wade fishing the grass flats before the oil spill i dont recall oilly grass on my lure. Grass on my lure but not oilly grass.
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Old 09-26-2010, 11:58 AM   #42
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Ok you say you have oily grass on your lures or you know where there are large deposits of oil or oil residue. So exactly what are you doing about it other than posting here? Have you actually contacted the public safety office or taken them a sample for testing? Complaining about it here and then getting argumentative or rude to other people doesn't take care of the problem and sure won't make it go away. If you are not going to do something proactive about what you perceive as a problem, odds are that it will never be resolved. On the other hand do you think that if you complain long enough that someone else will take responsible action for you so that you don't have to inconvenience yourself by having to go out of your way to resolve what you consider a problem.
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Kim, you continue to show a lack of knowledge about how the cleanup works:

1. Volunteers and unpaid workers are prohibited from participating in cleanup and sampling under penalty of law.

2. The 20 billion fund has nothing to do with the cleanup. Already 9 billion has been spent on the cleanup. BP has only contributed 3 billion of the promised 20. Federal law separates cleanup costs and payments to individuals, businesses, and governments for compensation for expenses and lost income related to the spill.

3. The cleanup command structure; the federal, state, and local governments and ad hoc organzations; military officials; the actual paid work force; and many other individuals and organizations are well aware of the location of current oil encroachment and previous uncleared contamination. Federal law is currently keeping crews from mining deeper than 6 inches deep to cleanup previous large sheets of oil on many of our local beaches. Waivers of this law have been requested.

In reviewing your comments in this and previous threads I would surmise that you live east of Navarre in a relatively low spill impact area. Have you been west to Pensacola, Perdido, Gulf Shores, Dauphin Island, etc.. to form your opinions about the presence of contamination? Your comments lead me to believe that you have no clue or interest in the real cleanup effort.

And by the way, have you filed a claim for your business loss?
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So with "NATURAL" seepage of oil will we still be seeing tar balls washing up on the beach and when wade fishing the grass flats before the oil spill i dont recall oilly grass on my lure. Grass on my lure but not oilly grass.
werent you the one preaching that this area will not be fishing for at least 10 years and that everyone that didnt believe that was naive or something?


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THere is not going to be any fish to fish for. This is a little more serious than alot of people know. People have no clue.
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Maybe not blended oil and water, but get out there in the gulf and look for yourself. Not just what you see or hear.

ChECH THIS OUT, THERE ARE OIL PLUMS THAT ARE UNDER WATER A MILE DEEP 20 MILES LONG. SEALIFE is DEAD,

WHat about this oil and natural gas in the plums underwater, what about if that oil and natural gas get hot enough and boom, Isnt oil and natural gas a ticking time bomb?
uhhhh huhhh......

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Old 09-26-2010, 05:37 PM   #45
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Man it sure looks like crappy weather for the next week or so. Who me trying to change the subject.... Be careful or I will have to start posting Chicken Little again
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:20 PM   #47
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I was just making the point that not a single soul on this forum REALLY knows wtf was or is or will be going on with this, so everyone should quit arguing, squabbling and speculating. Its beyond stupid.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:37 PM   #48
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I feel that the true impact will be in 1-2 maybe 4-5 years from now. Think about this, all the oil in the water during the time(s) pelagic fish spawning seasons. The Oil in the loop current is where the Blue Fin Tuna spawn, I think the Cobia spawn during their migration to the west. The larvae in the water columns have been damaged. No one will know the true impact for a few more seasons. When we miss a year of reproduction, it will be noticed. Not all the larvae or fry have been killed, BUT, with that being said, I am SURE a lot of the “newest generation” have been killed off.

Just a random thoughts.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:52 PM   #49
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To report your oil, tar balls or any other oil residue here are the phone numbers that you should call;

Florida Department of Environmental Protection (800) 320-0519

BP Deepwater Horizon Central Command (866) 448-5816

Meanwhile tight line to one and all!
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Old 09-27-2010, 12:12 AM   #50
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Not to worry there Kim, 88% of us still think/know that you are a douch. Truth be known, your posts/opinions are divisive and retarded. If we never heard from you again, most would be happier that you just went away. Sorry Dude.
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