After Midnight Wednesday –
LA10-01 Wed. a.m.
That’s understandable because it fell to pieces at LA10-01 at dinnertime on Tuesday.
LA10-02 showed a big ding just before 3 p.m. Tuesday. You can see it even though Confus-O-Metrics switched the monitors to extreme micro-setting.
LA10-01 went nuts in 2 directions at 4:30 a.m. Wed..
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At about 8:25 a.m. it went wild too (no art) … and stayed that way.
Tea party Senate candidate Rob Maness has found an issue he believes will resonate with Louisiana voters: a 30-acre, oil-burping sinkhole. During a debate with Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu on Tuesday, Maness was asked about a lawsuit over coastal erosion filed against 100 oil and gas companies last spring by a local flood protection board. For too long, the retired Air Force colonel warned, oil, gas, and chemical companies had had their way with Louisiana, with little government oversight and often at great cost to residents: “The families of Bayou Corne—it’s been over 600 days since they’ve been under evacuation.”
Confirmed: California Aquifers Contaminated With Billions Of Gallons of Fracking Wastewater
Q: Who has more fracking? California or Louisiana?