GestappoGirl

AOL

#1 Feb 11, 2014
Heed the warnings...and do NOT use the water.

God only knows what they have put in it.

Honestly, giving up ownership and control of a community's local and only water supply is irresponsible to begin with...but selling out to the germans was a major mistake (with the end result being wvawc).

WVAWC =

We
Value
Auschwitz
Work
Camps

Just imagine, they could put anything they wanted to in the water to control us, dope us, gas us, poison us, harm us or kill us - and we are at their mercy - in our own homes!! Talk about vulnerability.

Ol' Adolf himself would be proud of the folks at the elk river plant. Ain't that right feuhrer?
GestappoGirl

AOL

#2 Feb 11, 2014
Fluoride, Chloride, MCHM, and Cyanide

There once was a company that was UN-American
Run by an incompetent, inept, and irresponsible man
They tried to kill us one and all
With MCHM when Freedom dropped the ball
Hard to believe, but they could do it, they really can.

Just like in the days of Nazi Germany
With life being a bowl of cherries serenaded by a symphony.
Except for a targeted group of folks
Who were despised and it was no hoax.
They were sent to work in the concentration camps of companies.

The trains would arrive and open their doors
They were herded in like animals and forced on the floors
The screams of terror could be heard
Over the shouting orders of German word
In one train ride, they went from rich to being poor.

At the destination, they were forced to give up all of their jewels
They had to disrobe and enter NOT into a bathing pool
Instead into the community showers they would wait
Not knowing what would be their fate
Would it be water or gas, would they be safe or be fools?

What horror - no sane man could imagine
Yet it happened at the beckoning of one crazed german
The goal was to erase
One entire ethnic race
And all it took was to start the steam engine.

Oh, we live in the United States, it couldn't happen to us
We fought the madman, we won, after a really big fuss.
Have we become too lax at standing guard
Too trusting and without a sentry in the front yard?
We better wake up, stand up, and take care of business.

Putnam Resident

Hurricane, WV

#3 Feb 11, 2014
It is not the fault of the water company.
WVAW is a victim, just like everyone else.
The water company is a convenient target
for those who want a quick buck from a lawsuit
settlement.
GestappoGirl

AOL

#4 Feb 13, 2014
The water company is comprised of idiots.

They continue to (water) spout their excuse for not shutting down the intake valve during the spill and continuing to produce water and delivery through the distribution system.

Every time more rhetoric spews out of their mouth to reinforce their "reasoning", it sounds more ridiculous, even more ludicrous and less believable. Either they are covering up or they are truly ignorant.

Now, it has gone from they left the water on "to continue to provide sewer and fire service" to "leaving it on for sprinklers inside of buildings" and would leave it shut down for over a month if they had shut it down immediately. They rationalize in extremes. What a joke.

The people's beef is that they SHOULD HAVE SHUT IT DOWN DURING THE CHEMICAL SPILL AND UNTIL THE PLUME (60 MILES LONG) HAS PASSED THE INTAKE VALVE AND LEFT THE ELK RIVER. That would have prevented an overwhelming majority of people from being exposed to the extremely high levels of MCHM and been a great deterrent into the bulk of the contaminated water entering our homes and businesses. Once the SPILL had exited the river, then service could have been resumed for their "excuses" (and at least to flush the toilets and fire service).

Disasters happen all the time and communities lose all water service (i.e. Kentucky last 2 weeks). wvawc is trying to justify their irresponsible actions of keeping the water service on during the initial crisis with some VERY LAME EXCUSES.
Wvaw supporter

Hockessin, DE

#5 Feb 13, 2014
Putnam Resident wrote:
It is not the fault of the water company.
WVAW is a victim, just like everyone else.
The water company is a convenient target
for those who want a quick buck from a lawsuit
settlement.
Exactly. What did you want them to do?
gary

Minford, OH

#6 Feb 14, 2014
i thougt a nazi shower was when they peed on a jew?
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Really

Hockessin, DE

#8 Feb 14, 2014
Fluoride, Chloride, MCHM, and Cyanide

There once was a company that was UN-American
Run by an incompetent, inept, and irresponsible man
They tried to kill us one and all
With MCHM when Freedom dropped the ball
Hard to believe, but they could do it, they really can.

Just like in the days of Nazi Germany
With life being a bowl of cherries serenaded by a symphony.
Except for a targeted group of folks
Who were despised and it was no hoax.
They were sent to work in the concentration camps of companies.

The trains would arrive and open their doors
They were herded in like animals and forced on the floors
The screams of terror could be heard
Over the shouting orders of German word
In one train ride, they went from rich to being poor.

At the destination, they were forced to give up all of their jewels
They had to disrobe and enter NOT into a bathing pool
Instead into the community showers they would wait
Not knowing what would be their fate
Would it be water or gas, would they be safe or be fools?
GestappoGirl

AOL

#9 Feb 14, 2014
Nah, the water company is negligent (in its actions and inactions). This rhetoric in which they continue to "excuse" their decision to keep the intake valve open and continue to transport CONTAMINATED water through the distribution system is ludicrous.

Now, they are trying to stretch it by stating they kept the service on for sprinkler systems in businesses in case of a fire. Really? MCHM is flammable. They would just be adddng "fuel to the fire". No pun intended there.

In fact, after the all clear was given after the bogus "Royal Flush", there was a fire in Belle and the fire dept did NOT use water to put out the flames, they used foam instead - because they weren't satisfied with the "quality" of the water.

Here we are, 6 weeks into this thing, and a solution has yet to be enacted. It is so simple, yet they have complicated and compounded it greatly.

1. Move the extraction point upstream, above the chemical spill site. MCHM is going to continue to flow into the river every time it rains - due to it saturating the ground and riverbank. It will never be 0.00 ppm as long as water is extracted at the current location.

2. Don't be liars. Replace ALL of the charcoal (carbon) filters and other necessary equipment at the plant.

3. Drain ALL of the Water Towers and flush with clean water.

4. Flush the hydrants and distribution system with clean water.

5. Instruct the general public (and customers) to perform The Royal Flush (again)- and give the correct instructions this time. Flush exterior faucets first, followed by interior cold water lines, and then hot water lines. However, since the wrong protocol was given in the first place and we flushed hot water lines with the bulk of the contaminated water, the hot water tanks (and other appliances) will need to be drained, cleaned with clean water, and/or replaced.

6. Then, test at all appropriate locations: Plant, intake, processing, outgoing, towers, hydrants, and homes/businesses.

Most of the redundant and unnecessary work could have been avoided if preventative maintenance was executed in the first place. Now, the process will be repeated many times before it finally (if ever) resolves the issue.
EnlightenedRedne ck

Reedy, WV

#10 Feb 17, 2014
GestappoGirl wrote:
Heed the warnings...and do NOT use the water.
God only knows what they have put in it.
Honestly, giving up ownership and control of a community's local and only water supply is irresponsible to begin with...but selling out to the germans was a major mistake (with the end result being wvawc).
WVAWC =
We
Value
Auschwitz
Work
Camps
Just imagine, they could put anything they wanted to in the water to control us, dope us, gas us, poison us, harm us or kill us - and we are at their mercy - in our own homes!! Talk about vulnerability.
Ol' Adolf himself would be proud of the folks at the elk river plant. Ain't that right feuhrer?
I think the people who own Freedom Industries(the Koch brothers) are actually relatives of Adolph Hitler. They're all Zionists.
Lloyd

Dillwyn, VA

#11 Feb 17, 2014
GestappoGirl wrote:
The water company is comprised of idiots.
They continue to (water) spout their excuse for not shutting down the intake valve during the spill and continuing to produce water and delivery through the distribution system.
Every time more rhetoric spews out of their mouth to reinforce their "reasoning", it sounds more ridiculous, even more ludicrous and less believable. Either they are covering up or they are truly ignorant.
Now, it has gone from they left the water on "to continue to provide sewer and fire service" to "leaving it on for sprinklers inside of buildings" and would leave it shut down for over a month if they had shut it down immediately. They rationalize in extremes. What a joke.
The people's beef is that they SHOULD HAVE SHUT IT DOWN DURING THE CHEMICAL SPILL AND UNTIL THE PLUME (60 MILES LONG) HAS PASSED THE INTAKE VALVE AND LEFT THE ELK RIVER. That would have prevented an overwhelming majority of people from being exposed to the extremely high levels of MCHM and been a great deterrent into the bulk of the contaminated water entering our homes and businesses. Once the SPILL had exited the river, then service could have been resumed for their "excuses" (and at least to flush the toilets and fire service).
Disasters happen all the time and communities lose all water service (i.e. Kentucky last 2 weeks). wvawc is trying to justify their irresponsible actions of keeping the water service on during the initial crisis with some VERY LAME EXCUSES.
The company is compromised of idiots (You should know all there is to know about idiots your being one).
GestappoGirl

AOL

#12 Feb 17, 2014
Nah, you're the the idiot lloyd...case in point - your incorrect sentence structure, grammar, and word usage. See above.

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