Florida Wary of Offshore Drilling in Gulf of Mexico
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#1 Jun 26, 2009
#2 Jun 26, 2009
Just a quote from the article:
"Most of the red snapper you eat in Florida restaurants are caught around Louisiana's oil platforms. We see the Florida-registered boats tied up to them constantly. Sometimes us locals can barely squeeze in. "
#3 Jun 30, 2009
#4 Jul 11, 2009
I'm all for solar. Let me ask you: What happens during and after a hurricane when we don't see the sun for a week or two? I've been there and done that (Ike) and my solar panel did nothing for me.
Fortunately, I had an electric car in the garage and could bleed power off it into an inverter to keep communications up (i.e. charging the cell phones, powering the wireless modem for phone and internet and a little TV. Not one amp from the panel, though.
The E-car? gave it away - it was a death trap that nearly killed me three times.
#5 Dec 17, 2010
offshore drilling is bad!!
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