Al-La-Mod wrote:Please keep civil and refrain from any actions or symbolisms of indiscretion. Thank you for your cooperation!
Dang! I thought I had found a loophole. Ah well, the search continues.....
roadkill wrote:Pipeline wrote:The needs of the many, outweigh, the needs of the few.
Unfortunately, the many are stupid. They're watching Dancing with the Stars and will start eating each other when the gas runs out. We're running engines on full on a moonless night.
corey wrote:Ever wonder if you could force all television offline for a day along with the internet if people would finally wake up to the BS that's going on all around us.
roadkill wrote:What beautifully stupid logic on behalf of the drilling company and the lease holders. "If we aren't allowed to steal property from the non-leasers, then they are stealing our money." It's equivalent to saying, "I should be able to bulldoze your beachfront home because it's keeping me from having a beachfront home."
If you're in the middle of the neighborhood and there are houses between you and the site, then too bad. Buy a house closer to the open space next time.
Uther wrote:Don't forget our very own Roadkill - betcha he's in a world of hurt.
Pipeline wrote:I drive by and don't notice the drill site is there. As usual. Who cares? Ain't hurtin' any body but Al F. and Missy Mellisa.
Pipeline wrote:Uther wrote:Don't forget our very own Roadkill - betcha he's in a world of hurt.
After the next 2 weeks of rather loud diesel "music" (while fraccing), he will get over it and forget, the site is there too. He still chases the ice cream truck playing "Turkey in the Straw", demanding a "dream pop" (couldn't spell dream sical). Wonderful stuff.
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