Tree Huggers Are Not Against Coal Miners

Tree Huggers Are Not Against Coal Miners

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Claud

Oakvale, WV

#1 Aug 5, 2012
They are against Mountain Top Removal. Take a ride down Mud River and take a look. I am against Mountain Top removal. Outside interest are destroying are State. Underground mining is the way to go, more jobs and the forest left undisturbed. Outside interest are the ones against coal miners, and all ways have been. Mountain top employees are knocking real coal miners out of jobs. That's right, mountain top removal employees are not coal miners,They are construction workers masquerading as coal miners doing demolition work, destroying are mountains. And further more I don't think they should be included in any United Mined Mine workers Of America benefits, or not be associated with the United Mine Workers Of America in any way. Mountain top removal employees don't want to work underground. They want to knock underground coal miners out of their jobs so they can have their pud privileged construction jobs that they got because they know the right people.They wouldn't have the balls to go underground. Underground coal miners are the back bone of this Country and the true heroes of these here United States and always have been. God bless the underground coal miners, and God bless the the USA. Anybody that thinks different is STUPID. That's right I said it, somebody had to.
clmnr

Columbus, OH

#2 Aug 5, 2012
Claud wrote:
They are against Mountain Top Removal. Take a ride down Mud River and take a look. I am against Mountain Top removal. Outside interest are destroying are State. Underground mining is the way to go, more jobs and the forest left undisturbed. Outside interest are the ones against coal miners, and all ways have been. Mountain top employees are knocking real coal miners out of jobs. That's right, mountain top removal employees are not coal miners,They are construction workers masquerading as coal miners doing demolition work, destroying are mountains. And further more I don't think they should be included in any United Mined Mine workers Of America benefits, or not be associated with the United Mine Workers Of America in any way. Mountain top removal employees don't want to work underground. They want to knock underground coal miners out of their jobs so they can have their pud privileged construction jobs that they got because they know the right people.They wouldn't have the balls to go underground. Underground coal miners are the back bone of this Country and the true heroes of these here United States and always have been. God bless the underground coal miners, and God bless the the USA. Anybody that thinks different is STUPID. That's right I said it, somebody had to.
Claud,
Congratulation on a single dimensional post. I like how you use god bless, followed by passing judgement on any opinion that differs.
Claud

Oakvale, WV

#3 Aug 5, 2012
clmnr wrote:
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Claud,
Congratulation on a single dimensional post. I like how you use god bless, followed by passing judgement on any opinion that differs.
Thank you very much. When you're right you're right. I was just stating a fact. Anybody that would argue a fact is either ignorant or stupid. Again thank you very much, I'm flattered.
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Since: Aug 12

Hansford, WV

#5 Aug 6, 2012
see you have to blast to get down to coal so underground or not you still have to remove it to get coal. i guess im a tree hugger and i live here in boone it makes me sad to see the hills being topped like over in foster area i was riding fom uneeda to foster on my atv an when i got there flat as far as the eye can see, dont take it the hard way i dont hate anyone idc if i die from posin gas but aslong as my heart beats and can see the beauty of this great state and i dont want to live on flat land like other state, alot of people live here cant see it. i have family that live out state an tell me everytime how nice this place is and would love to live here. an yes i know thats the only jobs that pay well its not my fault that you wasted your life didnt go to college i have a damn good job im on my ass all day making paper. fuck these protesters if they want to protest about coal they need to go stand chain on the white house lawn saying WV needs more jobs brought in if they want a change hell idc to see windmill on the hill tops hell! i dont hate coal miners and i dont protest to cut out peoples pay but i say No to topping the mountains! BRING MORE JOBS TO WV!!!!!
fact

United States

#6 Aug 6, 2012
You need strip coal to blend with underground coal. You treehugger know nothing about coal! You cannot underground mine it's to high up you guys are idiots!!!!! We need strip coal to sale underground coal.
clmnr

Bethesda, MD

#7 Aug 6, 2012
Claud wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you very much. When you're right you're right. I was just stating a fact. Anybody that would argue a fact is either ignorant or stupid. Again thank you very much, I'm flattered.
Claud,

Since you obviously did not understand, I was insulting your lack of an arguement.
Stood By Too Long

Charleston, WV

#8 Aug 6, 2012
fact wrote:
You need strip coal to blend with underground coal. You treehugger know nothing about coal! You cannot underground mine it's to high up you guys are idiots!!!!! We need strip coal to sale underground coal.
Where do you get your information? I think you don't know anything about coal.
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Claud

Oakvale, WV

#10 Aug 6, 2012
clmnr wrote:
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Claud,
Since you obviously did not understand, I was insulting your lack of an arguement.
Their is no argument, when you're right you're right. Obviously your only intention was to insult. Be polite. You did spell argument wrong, its a good indication that if you disagreed with what I said it wouldn't amount to a hill of beans. I apologize in advance for my remark about the hill of beans, but obviously you didn't understand that I wasn't looking for a argument, I was stating a fact.
Really

Oak Hill, WV

#11 Aug 6, 2012
Claud wrote:
<quoted text> Their is no argument, when you're right you're right. Obviously your only intention was to insult. Be polite. You did spell argument wrong, its a good indication that if you disagreed with what I said it wouldn't amount to a hill of beans. I apologize in advance for my remark about the hill of beans, but obviously you didn't understand that I wasn't looking for a argument, I was stating a fact.
You are going to criticize someone's spelling when you don't know how to use "are" and "our"?
Really

Oak Hill, WV

#12 Aug 6, 2012
Mr_Mullet wrote:
see you have to blast to get down to coal so underground or not you still have to remove it to get coal. i guess im a tree hugger and i live here in boone it makes me sad to see the hills being topped like over in foster area i was riding fom uneeda to foster on my atv an when i got there flat as far as the eye can see, dont take it the hard way i dont hate anyone idc if i die from posin gas but aslong as my heart beats and can see the beauty of this great state and i dont want to live on flat land like other state, alot of people live here cant see it. i have family that live out state an tell me everytime how nice this place is and would love to live here. an yes i know thats the only jobs that pay well its not my fault that you wasted your life didnt go to college i have a damn good job im on my ass all day making paper. fuck these protesters if they want to protest about coal they need to go stand chain on the white house lawn saying WV needs more jobs brought in if they want a change hell idc to see windmill on the hill tops hell! i dont hate coal miners and i dont protest to cut out peoples pay but i say No to topping the mountains! BRING MORE JOBS TO WV!!!!!
You make paper and are against people removing the mountain tops?
Nancy

Chesapeake, VA

#13 Aug 7, 2012
Claud wrote:
<quoted text> Their is no argument, when you're right you're right. Obviously your only intention was to insult. Be polite. You did spell argument wrong, its a good indication that if you disagreed with what I said it wouldn't amount to a hill of beans. I apologize in advance for my remark about the hill of beans, but obviously you didn't understand that I wasn't looking for a argument, I was stating a fact.
Claud! You are 'bout as dumb as a cabbage path doll, you're not funny, and you were looking for an argument. I said it, they believe it and I will not argue wit a dumb-ass like you, so good bye.

Since: Aug 12

Hansford, WV

#14 Aug 7, 2012
Really wrote:
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You make paper and are against people removing the mountain tops?
no not at all i love removing mountin tops!!
DEEPMINER

Delbarton, WV

#15 Aug 7, 2012
Well you have to ask yourself what is a coalminer is it a coal truck driver no is it a rock truck driver no is it a strip miner no a coalminer is somebody that goes underground so all you guys who work on strip dont call yourself a coalminer thats like a construction worker calling himself a miner
MINE IT DEEP OR LEAVE IT IN THE GROUND
strip mining destroyes the job some of you fat lazy men may have to go make a belt move underground but they would be so much more jobs in WV
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clmnr

United States

#17 Aug 7, 2012
Why divid and be conquered? You all do realize that most coal that is surfaced mined do not have enough coverage to deep mine. I have mined the coal burg seam underground and surface. It is just not feasible or safe to mine underground. So according to you all, the coal that can't be mined underground should not be mined at all. So you think that it's ok to be put all surface miners out of a job even though that coal is not feasible to mine else wise.

I am really glad you all are relinquished to this forum..

Now go forth and attack my character instead of my logic.
Stood By Too Long

Charleston, WV

#18 Aug 7, 2012
clmnr wrote:
Why divid and be conquered? You all do realize that most coal that is surfaced mined do not have enough coverage to deep mine. I have mined the coal burg seam underground and surface. It is just not feasible or safe to mine underground. So according to you all, the coal that can't be mined underground should not be mined at all. So you think that it's ok to be put all surface miners out of a job even though that coal is not feasible to mine else wise.

I am really glad you all are relinquished to this forum..

Now go forth and attack my character instead of my logic.
I was under the impression that the underground mine known as colberg over at printer was shut down due to safety violations? I don't really know, but I'd think that it's the same seem you are talking about.

But as far as the MTR coal not being deep enough to deep mine, I don't disagree. But if the deep mine coal supply is as vast as these companies say, why destroy the environment when you can still get enough coal from deep mines? The answer is easy, money. These companies don't care what they destroy as long as they keep raking in the money. Why should they? The people running them don't have any stake in our state. Hell they would just assume blast us off the map if they got paid enough to do it.
corrections

Brownsburg, VA

#19 Aug 8, 2012
Stood By Too Long wrote:
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I was under the impression that the underground mine known as colberg over at printer was shut down due to safety violations? I don't really know, but I'd think that it's the same seem you are talking about.
But as far as the MTR coal not being deep enough to deep mine, I don't disagree. But if the deep mine coal supply is as vast as these companies say, why destroy the environment when you can still get enough coal from deep mines? The answer is easy, money. These companies don't care what they destroy as long as they keep raking in the money. Why should they? The people running them don't have any stake in our state. Hell they would just assume blast us off the map if they got paid enough to do it.
That would be 'Prenter', not 'Printer,'seam', not 'seem', and 'as soon', not 'assume'.
Stood By Too Long

Charleston, WV

#20 Aug 8, 2012
corrections wrote:
<quoted text>That would be 'Prenter', not 'Printer,'seam', not 'seem', and 'as soon', not 'assume'.
nice you are such a great speller at 4 am.
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clmnr

United States

#22 Aug 8, 2012
Claud wrote:
They are against Mountain Top Removal. Take a ride down Mud River and take a look. I am against Mountain Top removal. Outside interest are destroying are State. Underground mining is the way to go, more jobs and the forest left undisturbed. Outside interest are the ones against coal miners, and all ways have been. Mountain top employees are knocking real coal miners out of jobs. That's right, mountain top removal employees are not coal miners,They are construction workers masquerading as coal miners doing demolition work, destroying are mountains. And further more I don't think they should be included in any United Mined Mine workers Of America benefits, or not be associated with the United Mine Workers Of America in any way. Mountain top removal employees don't want to work underground. They want to knock underground coal miners out of their jobs so they can have their pud privileged construction jobs that they got because they know the right people.They wouldn't have the balls to go underground. Underground coal miners are the back bone of this Country and the true heroes of these here United States and always have been. God bless the underground coal miners, and God bless the the USA. Anybody that thinks different is STUPID. That's right I said it, somebody had to.
You went on rambling again. Try to stay focused this time and answer my questions?
Football fan

Charleston, WV

#23 Aug 9, 2012
Man this crying and moaning over mtr is getting ridiculous. Ever wonder why there's not nearly the crocodile tears over drilling for petroleum? I mean come on let's be honest, the human race has destroyed more environment and atmosphere in the last 50 years burning and obtaining petro than coal mining has in a lifetime. Please tell me that these mines have polluted more water than Exxon lol. I seen some studies on tv about a stream in west virginia that has had salamanders wiped completely out by slurry getting into the water!!! How about thousands upon thousands of aquatic birds and animals inthe gulf last year that were decimated by crude oil? Give me a break people sounds like a lot of picking and choosing your battles here to me.
underground just sayin

Charleston, WV

#24 Aug 9, 2012
I am for the working man/woman. It dont matter to me what that is, as long as you are working and trying to do your part. MOST Underground mines need a surface mine to operate is what alot of people dont understand. The slate dumps that are on surface mines are on thier permits(surface). Without the use of this dump underground miners would not be able to put thier coal through the cleaning plants and get rid of thier waste marerial. Most surface mines that are still in operation has coal that does not need to be cleaned in these plants, they go staight to the crusher and train cars or trucks. So do a little more homework before bashing surface miners, they do work hard for thier money, and have alot of risks in thier jobs also. They also have families to feed just like the rest of us. You might just be putting all of us out of work. I dont agree with the term "moutain top removal". The mountain tops are put back... its a very mis-leading term. Thank you to all coal miners for what you do.

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