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#149019 Mar 27, 2013
In 1976 I was a CW2 stationed in Hawaii but our battalion standardization pilot figured out I was just a little above average. CW4 Howard was one of the last Army One pilots who were phased out when Richard Nixon left office and the Marines took over.
And way, the Sec of the Army was going to visit Hawaii and Mr. Howard wanted my opinion of a few issues. After we talked I went with him to the 25th Inf. Div. HQ to a meeting with Major General Brooks and I also impressed him.
I was giving the #2 aircraft for the mission on the Big Island. Bradshaw AAF is 6,200 feet above sea level and the volcanic dust is really nasty so I brought along a pack of medical masks. The Sec. Army flew in in two U-21's and after a short briefing they boarded our aircraft. Mr. Howard had the Sec. with five of his staff in his aircraft and I took six in mine. We handed out the masks and they gave me a dumb look but we were wearing all our's so they too put their's on.
Mr. Howard's Huey took off first in a cloud of dust and I had to wait a half minute for the dust to dissipate and then we too took off in a dust cloud. We did several take offs and landings the same way. Oh, volcanic dust is very nasty. If you don't wear a mask you will be blowing black crud out of your nose for a few days. And it is real hard on the aircraft.
If you notice some picture from Afghanistan or Iraq you may notice that they now have a lower face guard on their flight helmets. They did not have them in the early 1990's during the Persian Gulf War but they do now.
Just Googled and could not find a current picture.

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#149020 Mar 27, 2013
Obama goes on a State visit to Israel . While he is on a tour of Jerusalem, he has a fatal heart attack.
The undertakers tells the US diplomats: "You can have him shipped home for $1 million or you can bury him here in the Holy Land for $1000."

The US diplomats go into a huddle and come back to the undertaker and tell him they still want Obama flown home.

The undertaker is puzzled and asks: "Why would you spend $1million to get him home when it would be wonderful to be buried here in this religious country and you would only spend $1000?"

One diplomat replied: "More than 2000 years ago a man died here, was buried here, and just 3 days later he rose from the dead. We simply can't take that risk".

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#149021 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
2,150 active nuclear warheads and I have a link!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_states_w ...
No, I have 150,000 rounds of ammo.
<quoted text>
Did you read my link? It has the exact number! And it gives a source!
Yes,and I told you it's wrong. At least, minimum 6 warheads per missile, up to 10 multiplied by the projected 1100 missiles (there are over 2000 at present), that makes a lof of warheads. The Russians are lagging, they only have max 6 per missile lol. Now the question is, did you read MY link? I put up the link, but knowing you are google-challenged, I added the posted part that says 6 to 10 warhead, I believe it was. From your lovely Wikipedia bible, no less.

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#149022 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh Jacques, did you find this? I did!!!
"It took four days for FEMA to get its first people into South Florida after Andrew."
Why did it take four days? Was it because Gov. Lawton Chiles waited for three days to declare a state disaster and request FEMA? And why would he wait three days?
I will let you look a little longer!!!!
<quoted text>
No, I deliberately did not leave a link. If I found it, so can you, if you want to!
Oh, I have done military alert notices. You do a load out and then stage and wait for the move out orders!!!
What a liar. You do know that no one believes you, do you? You refuse to confirm your statement? Now odd.

Okay, there is one unknown link that "alleges" Chlles MAY have delayed asking for aid. ONE link, and a highly suspect one. Got anything else? Don't forget, you ask me for proof,bingo, you got it. Not the same with you, I see.

Oh, and you were wrong on the missile-warhead count, as was your link. Everyone knew that, except you, the millitary expert.

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#149023 Mar 27, 2013
George W. Bush is the most expensive ex-president

George W. Bush costs the federal government the most money out of all of the ex-presidents, according to a report by the Congressional Research Service.

The CRS reports that the government spent almost $3.7 million on ex-presidents in 2012, which includes pensions, staff and office costs and travel.

From Politico:

The costliest former president? George W. Bush, who clocked in at just over $1.3 million. That includes almost $400,000 for 8,000 square feet of office space and $85,000 in telephone costs.

President Bill Clinton came in second at just under $1 million, followed by George H.W. Bush at nearly $850,000. Costs for Jimmy Carter, the only other living former president, came in at about $500,000.

http://www.salon.com/2013/03/26/george_w_bush...

LOL! Doing important stuff like painting himself in the bathroom and doggies...

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#149024 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
By the way, I can do a Percent of Mac weight and balance. I have handed my load out to an Air Force Load Master of a C-5 and after about thirty minutes, he approved it as is!!!
Do have any idea how many ARMY pilots are capable of doing a Percent of Mac weight and balance? Less than one percent. Army aircraft use Reference Datum Line type weight and balance which is common on small aircraft. Percent of Mac is done on LARGE aircraft.
I can also do Rhumb Line navigation. Most Army pilots have no idea what a Rhumb Line is.
Rhumb line
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhumb_line
1. They had loadmasters to do that;
2. Now they have sophisticated computers that do a much more accurate job. All the pilot has to do is consult his instruments.

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Since: Feb 12

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#149025 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
In 1976 I was a CW2 stationed in Hawaii but our battalion standardization pilot figured out I was just a little above average. CW4 Howard was one of the last Army One pilots who were phased out when Richard Nixon left office and the Marines took over.
And way, the Sec of the Army was going to visit Hawaii and Mr. Howard wanted my opinion of a few issues. After we talked I went with him to the 25th Inf. Div. HQ to a meeting with Major General Brooks and I also impressed him.
I was giving the #2 aircraft for the mission on the Big Island. Bradshaw AAF is 6,200 feet above sea level and the volcanic dust is really nasty so I brought along a pack of medical masks. The Sec. Army flew in in two U-21's and after a short briefing they boarded our aircraft. Mr. Howard had the Sec. with five of his staff in his aircraft and I took six in mine. We handed out the masks and they gave me a dumb look but we were wearing all our's so they too put their's on.
Mr. Howard's Huey took off first in a cloud of dust and I had to wait a half minute for the dust to dissipate and then we too took off in a dust cloud. We did several take offs and landings the same way. Oh, volcanic dust is very nasty. If you don't wear a mask you will be blowing black crud out of your nose for a few days. And it is real hard on the aircraft.
If you notice some picture from Afghanistan or Iraq you may notice that they now have a lower face guard on their flight helmets. They did not have them in the early 1990's during the Persian Gulf War but they do now.
Just Googled and could not find a current picture.
You must have more decorations than Audie Murphy. W
hat surprises me most is that you didn't bawl out a single general.

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#149026 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Obama goes on a State visit to Israel . While he is on a tour of Jerusalem, he has a fatal heart attack.
The undertakers tells the US diplomats: "You can have him shipped home for $1 million or you can bury him here in the Holy Land for $1000."
The US diplomats go into a huddle and come back to the undertaker and tell him they still want Obama flown home.
The undertaker is puzzled and asks: "Why would you spend $1million to get him home when it would be wonderful to be buried here in this religious country and you would only spend $1000?"
One diplomat replied: "More than 2000 years ago a man died here, was buried here, and just 3 days later he rose from the dead. We simply can't take that risk".
Another oldie. Har har.

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#149027 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh Jacques, did you find this? I did!!!
"It took four days for FEMA to get its first people into South Florida after Andrew."
Why did it take four days? Was it because Gov. Lawton Chiles waited for three days to declare a state disaster and request FEMA? And why would he wait three days?
I will let you look a little longer!!!!
<quoted text>
No, I deliberately did not leave a link. If I found it, so can you, if you want to!
Oh, I have done military alert notices. You do a load out and then stage and wait for the move out orders!!!
RÉSUMÉ:

Rogue : "Gov Chiles of Florida purposely delayed asking for aid for his hurricane-ravaged state;"

Jacques : "Prove it".

Rogue : "No, YOU prove it".

Case closed.

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#149028 Mar 27, 2013
And this is why we need the Keystone pipeline. Pipelines are not only the cheapest way of moving oil, but it is also the safest. The next is by rail and then by truck.

Train carrying oil derailed, Minnesota officials confirm

NEW YORK, March 27 | Wed Mar 27, 2013 3:12pm EDT
(Reuters)- Minnesota officials confirmed on Wednesday that a Canadian Pacific Railway train derailed in west-central Minnesota, spilling 20,000 to 30,000 gallons of crude oil.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/27/oil...

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#149029 Mar 27, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Who noticed that the birthers had one seemingly erudite , well-mannered, classy, cultured and well-read and good writer colleague birther, name of Logan. Well, seems she was suspicious as all of those qualities were anything but birther-like. Rogue, with his Obama puffingand out-and-out paternalistic racism, LRs, with his obscene and vulgar prose, not to mention death threats and attacks on whole countries, GB with his treasonous and crazy prose, well , she left in total disgust.
Bravo, basket heads.
Hope she reconsiders and returns.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Who noticed that the birthers had one seemingly erudite , well-mannered, classy, cultured and well-read and good writer colleague birther, name of Logan. Well, seems she was suspicious as all of those qualities were anything but birther-like. Rogue, with his Obama puffingand out-and-out paternalistic racism, LRs, with his obscene and vulgar prose, not to mention death threats and attacks on whole countries, GB with his treasonous and crazy prose, well , she left in total disgust.
Bravo, basket heads.
Hope she reconsiders and returns.
Logan wrote:
<quoted text>Well, thank you for that truthful analysis of me.
You, of course, are one of those who find Obama to be perfect in spite of the fact he is destroying our country, is a racist, has told different versions about his birthplace, has been giving our money to his Muslim terrorist allies while doing nothing to provide for the homeless and poverty stricken Americans, and refused to lift a finger to rescue the besieged Americans in Benghazi when it was within his power and ability to do so. To cover up his betrayal of them, he and his cohorts have fabricated several different stories of the atrocity, none of which are believable; and athat seems to be approved by his worshippers.
I resent the term “birther” but I do believe he is not an American but is instead a native of Kenya. He has lied so often that I can believe little that he says. He is without a doubt the most deceitful and treacherous man ever to reside in the White House.
Logan wrote:
<quoted text>You misjudge "birthers" by assuming all are alike. As I told Poppo, I dislike the term “birther”; but I am of the belief Obama has lied about his birthplace, for there are reports that his Kenyan relatives have attested to his African birth. There are too many unanswered questions about where he was born for one not to be suspicious. Obama has a problem telling the truth and has never really provided proof of his birthplace. He has pretended to be a Christian to get elected the first time and has lied about so many issues that one would be a fool to believe anything he says. He brings to mind a comment in an old pirate movie, in which one pirate said to another,“You lie so much that if you said good morning, I would think it was night time and go to bed.”(Loosely quoted)
Logan wrote:
<quoted text>
Well said! It‘s definitely true that his birthplace is insignificant when one considers where he currently resides. I am shocked that so many Americans seem to care nothing about their fellow Americans he allowed to be murdered and will still uphold a man who refused to support his own country in a crisis. Decades ago, most of America would have demanded justice for them and impeachment of this cowardly President, but not today. Many have apparently lost their appreciation and regard for the country that has given them so much and are willing to do nothing while he destroys all that America represented.
I’m afraid I’m going to have to disagree with you here Jacques. While Logan did in fact write well she was no different than Cmor or any other birfoon mentally. She spewed the same hate filled gossip as the rest and little she had to say resembled the truth.

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#149030 Mar 27, 2013
Six days a week a train with about 100 cars loaded with coal leaves Pensacola, FL and goes to the electrical power plant at Palatka, FL. To replace that one train you would need about 500 semi-trailers, a lot more roadway and more opportunity for accidents.
You can not move coal by pipeline so rail is the cheapest and safest.
But when you are talking about food, it is hard to beat a truck. Each mode of travel has it's nitch whether it by ship, plane, train, truck, car, horse drawn wagon.

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#149031 Mar 27, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes,and I told you it's wrong. At least, minimum 6 warheads per missile, up to 10 multiplied by the projected 1100 missiles (there are over 2000 at present), that makes a lof of warheads. The Russians are lagging, they only have max 6 per missile lol. Now the question is, did you read MY link? I put up the link, but knowing you are google-challenged, I added the posted part that says 6 to 10 warhead, I believe it was. From your lovely Wikipedia bible, no less.
Air launched cruise missiles have only one warhead!

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#149033 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
By the way, I can do a Percent of Mac weight and balance. I have handed my load out to an Air Force Load Master of a C-5 and after about thirty minutes, he approved it as is!!!
Do have any idea how many ARMY pilots are capable of doing a Percent of Mac weight and balance? Less than one percent. Army aircraft use Reference Datum Line type weight and balance which is common on small aircraft. Percent of Mac is done on LARGE aircraft.
I can also do Rhumb Line navigation. Most Army pilots have no idea what a Rhumb Line is.
Rhumb line
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhumb_line
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
1. They had loadmasters to do that;
2. Now they have sophisticated computers that do a much more accurate job. All the pilot has to do is consult his instruments.
First of all this was about thirty years ago. Next, if I had not done it, it would have taken the loadmaster a couple of hours and in the end he would still have to rely on data we provided like the weight of a truck, the weight of the cargo, etc.
Oh, we broke down one of our old B-model c]Chinooks which required the aft sail being removed. The last time it had been off was when it came back from Vietnam ten years earlier. And then we found corrosion. The aft sail had to be sent to a depot and six months later we got it back!!!
Oh, a Chinook is 17 feet high at the aft rotor and that is to high to fit into a C-5.

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#149034 Mar 27, 2013
Barack and Michelle are at the White Sox game. Sitting in the first row with the Secret Service people directly behind them, one of the Secret Service guys leans forward and says something to the president. Barack stares at the guy, looks at Michelle, looks back at the agent, and shakes his head "NO" violently.

The agent then says, "Mr. President, it was a unanimous request,
from the owner of the team down to the bat boy. And...the fans would love it!"

So, Barack shrugs his shoulders and says, "Well, if that's what the people want..." He then stands up, grabs the First Lady by her collar and the seat of her pants, and tosses her right over the wall into the field!

Michelle slowly gets back to her feet, kicking, swearing, and screaming and the crowd goes wild, cheering, applauding, and high-fiving.

Barack bows and smiles to the crowd, and leans over to the agent and says, "You were right, I would have never believed that!" Then noticing the agent has gone totally pale, Barack asks "What's wrong?

The agent replies, "Sir, I said, they want you to throw out the first PITCH!"



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#149035 Mar 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
And this is why we need the Keystone pipeline. Pipelines are not only the cheapest way of moving oil, but it is also the safest. The next is by rail and then by truck.
Train carrying oil derailed, Minnesota officials confirm
NEW YORK, March 27 | Wed Mar 27, 2013 3:12pm EDT
(Reuters)- Minnesota officials confirmed on Wednesday that a Canadian Pacific Railway train derailed in west-central Minnesota, spilling 20,000 to 30,000 gallons of crude oil.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/27/oil...
You continue making silly unfounded statements that come not from your brain, but your...never mind. How can you make such a statement without first verifying? Check this out, the list for the 21 century alone is too long to print here as there are only 4,000 characters. And this is the US alone, we've had so many also in Canada :

en.wikipedia.org/.../List_of_pipeline_acciden...

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#149036 Mar 27, 2013

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#149037 Mar 27, 2013
Now why does that not work? Okay, just google LIST OF PIPELINE ACCIDENTS IN THE U.S. 21ST CENTURY. LIST IS ENDLESS.

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#149038 Mar 27, 2013
2012 alone. Now, how many derailments of oil-carrying trains compared to that?

List of pipeline accidents in the United States in the 21st century

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2012 A gas pipeline exploded & burned in Estill County, Kentucky on the evening of January 2. Flames were reported reaching over 1,000 feet high. Residents up to a mile away from the failure were evacuated. There were no injuries.[266]
2012 A forest fire caused a gas pipeline to explode and burn in Floyd County, Kentucky on January 7. There were no injuries from this incident.[267]
2012 On January 9, a man was killed, and another person injured, in a fiery house explosion from a leaking 4-inch cast iron gas main installed in 1950 in Austin, Texas. Gas had been smelled in the area for several weeks prior to this. Gas company crews had looked along the affected property for a leak, but were unable to find it.[204][268]
2012 A Sunoco pipeline ruptured and spilled about 117,000 gallons of gasoline in Wellington, Ohio, late on January 12. Some residents were evacuated for a week.[269][270]
2012 On January 13, an 8-inch gas pipeline exploded and burned in a vacant agricultural field in Rio Vista, California. There were no injuries or evacuations.[271]
2012 A Tennessee Gas Pipeline gas compressor had a major leak "that sounded like a rocket" in Powell County, Kentucky, forcing evacuations of nearby residents on January 14. There was no fire or injuries reported.[272]
2012 A contractor excavating for a communications company caused a massive gas explosion and fire at a condominium complex on January 16 in West Haverstraw, New York, injuring 2 firefighters & 2 utility workers. Afterwards, it was found that the excavator's insurance will be insufficient to cover all of the property damage of the incident.[273]
2012 Workers in Topeka, Kansas were installing a yard sprinkler system on January 30, hit a gas line. Gas from the leak later on exploded in a nearby home, burning a 73 year old woman, who died several weeks later.[274][275]
2012 On January 31, a fuel pipeline to the Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mitchell International Airport was found leaking. Jet fuel had been smelled for about 2 weeks in the area, and was found in runoff water in the area.[276]
2012 A 30-inch gas transmission pipeline burst near Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 13. Residents in the area were evacuated for a time, but there was no fire.[277]
2012 On February 15, 2012, in Arenac County, Michigan, oil was discovered in the soil around a 30-inch Enbridge crude oil pipeline.
2012 Two cars that were drag racing went off the road they were on, and crash through a fence and into a crude oil pipeline in New Lenox, Illinois on March 3. The pipeline was ruptured, and the crude oil ignited. Two men from the vehicles were killed, and 3 others seriously burned.[278][279]
2012 On March 5, a leak at an Enid, Oklahoma pipeline storage spread propane fumes in the area, forcing evacuations. There was no fire or explosion.[280]
2012 On March 29, an employee accidentally left a valve open during maintenance work on a Williams Companies gas compressor station near Springville, Pennsylvania. Later, gas leaked through the valve, causing alarms to evacuate workers in the compressor building. Later, the gas exploded and burned. There were no injuries. It was also found there are no agencies enforcing rules on rural gas facilities in that state.[282][283]
2012 A 12-inch gas pipeline exploded and burned for 5 hours near Gary, Texas on April 4. There were no injuries, but the rupture site was only 200 feet from that pipeline's compressor station.[284]
2012 On April 6, 2 gas company workers were mildly burned when attempting to fix a leak on a 4-inch gas pipeline leak in DeSoto County, Tennessee. The pipeline exploded & burned during the repairs.[285]

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#149039 Mar 27, 2013
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2012 A gas pipeline exploded and burned in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, on April 9. The accident was reported first by a satellite monitoring the area to the NRC. There were no injuries.[286]
2012 Two men escaped with only minor burns after a bulldozer they were using hit a 24-inch gas pipeline near Hinton, Iowa on April 25. Authorities later announced the men did not call 811 for an underground utility locate.[287]
2012 A 26-inch gas transmission pipeline ruptured on June 6 in a compressor station near Laketon, Texas. Gas escaped from the 50 foot long rupture, igniting, leaving a crater 30 feet in diameter, burning 2 acres of agricultural area & telephone poles. There were no injuries.[288]
2012 On June 8, near Canadian, Texas, a trackhoe operator suffered burns, after a fire from leaking 4-inch gas gathering pipeline that was undergoing maintenance. Fumes entered the engine of the trackhoe and ignited.[289]
2012 A contractor was killed and two others injured after an explosion at a BP gas compressor station in Durango, Colorado on June 25. BP, Halliburton, and the other contractors were fined $7,000 each for safety violations in that work.[290][291]
2012 A petroleum products pipeline burst near Jackson, Wisconsin on July 17, releasing about 54,000 gallons of gasoline. At least one family self evacuated due to the leak. At least 7 water wells nearby were contaminated from benzine in the gasoline.[292][293]
2012 A 14-inch gas gathering pipeline exploded and burned on July 18 near Intracoastal City, Louisiana. There were no injuries or major property damage reported.[294]
2012 On July 23, a compressor station operated by Williams Companies in Windsor, New York was venting gas in a "routine procedure"—during a lightning storm—when the vent was ignited by lightning, causing a fireball "hundreds of feet into the air"[295][296]
2012 An Enbridge crude oil pipeline ruptured in Grand Marsh, Wisconsin, releasing an estimated 1,200 barrels of crude oil. The pipeline had been installed in 1998. Flaws in the longitudinal welds had been seen during X-ray checks of girth welds.[100][297]
2012 4 contract workers were injured during a flash fire at a Wyoming gas processing plant.[298]
2012 A jet fuel pipeline near Chicago, Illinois began leaking on August 27. The burst pipeline spilled an estimated 42,000 gallons of jet fuel into a ditch that empties into the Calumet Sag Channel in Palos Heights, Illinois.[299][300]
2012 On August 28, a Atmos Energy repair crew struck an 8-inch gas main in McKinney, Texas, causing a fire. 4 Atmos workers were treated for injuries. 1,000 Atmos gas customers lost gas service for a time.[301][302]
2012 On September 6, a 10-inch gas gathering pipeline exploded and burned near Alice, Texas. Flames reached 100 feet high, and caused a 10 acre brush fire. There were no injuries.[303]
2012 An explosion & fire hit a Crestwood Midstream Partners gas compressor station in Hood County, Texas on September 6. Heavy damage to a sheet metal building resulted, but, there were no injuries reported to crew there.[304]
2012 A Colorado Interstate Gas gas compressor in Rio Blanco County, Colorado caught fire on September 11. There were no reported injuries.[305][306]
2012 On November 20, about 38,000 gallons of crude oil spilled from an Enbridge pipeline at a tank farm in Mokena, Illinois.[307][308]
2012 Two men were injured in an explosion and fire at a natural gas production facility east of Price, Utah on November 20.[309]
2012 On November 23, a gas company worker looking for the source of a reported gas leak in a Springfield, Massachusetts strip club pierce a gas line. The gas later exploded, injuring 21, devastating the strip club, and damaging numerous nearby buildings.[310]
2012 A malfunction in a gas compressor caused a fire on December

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