Ok, this is a legitimate question, but may not sound like it. I know there are lots of long term issues associated with the oil. I guess my question is really 2 part. When (Or IS) the slick going to touch Florida beaches/inlets? I see several projections and none of them have it on the beaches at all, but they all talkabout hitting land. Once this occurs how long do the booms, barriers, whatever stay in place? Are the booms jsut offshore for a year as long as they are keeping the "surface" sludge off of the beach, do they remove them and jsut move them down the beach as the slick moves? How does this work? I assume the boom the bridges plan will work, but as said, it will cut off boat traffic for a while. Now I understand that the offshore fishing is out anyway, but I also know there are still some folks willing to pay for atrip into Florida waters which my last check they can still fish. How do you do both?