MadCat221: Astorix: The ground water must be a fright.Good thing we have the confluence of two gigantic rivers outclassed only by the Nile and the Amazon nearby and very good waterworks.
Astorix: The ground water must be a fright.
rtaylor92: St. Louis' claim to bbq fame is a particular butcher's cut of spare ribs named after the city (like a New York strip steak) and a ketchupy variant of KC style bbq sauce (sweet tomato based). They don't know from brisket and certainly couldn't begin to identify a burnt end.
basemetal: Nuclear waste in a land fill? What are we talking here, some old medical Iodine 131 or a bunch of old smoke detectors, or some really nasty stuff?
Marine1: Shiat, just when I think that city can't become any more of a hell hole than it already is... they always seem to find a way to make it worse./but Cardinals//and the barbeque sucks
Gyrfalcon: basemetal: Nuclear waste in a land fill? What are we talking here, some old medical Iodine 131 or a bunch of old smoke detectors, or some really nasty stuff?Either way, we'll be seeing it on the SyFy Channel next month.
Somacandra: Maybe an above-ground fire could help things out? Or at least incinerate it? Isn't dilution supposed to be the solution to pollution?
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