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2014-06-11 12:52:06 PM
Have you ever seen/smelled what a kitten shat after getting into a spinach lasagne?
 
2014-06-11 12:55:40 PM
They should hurry. Things are getting weird.

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2014-06-11 12:59:40 PM
Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays...
 
2014-06-11 01:33:42 PM
Gee... I never thought of naming my penis "lasagna," but I like it! Thanks, subby!
 
2014-06-11 02:12:00 PM
we spend billions on obamaphones and only $500 Million on superfund?
 
2014-06-11 04:14:57 PM
In before..

"I don't get it..."
 
2014-06-11 04:15:26 PM
Yeah, know what else leaves a big mess?
Corporate greed.
Government corruption.
Organized crime.
The above three in bed together in NJ.
 
2014-06-11 04:21:23 PM
I wonder if it would be cheaper to buy the homeowners out and move the salvageable homes to new lots.  Then turn the neighborhood into a greenbelt.


SauronWasFramed: we spend billions on obamaphones and only $500 Million on superfund?


Lifeline phones are paid by a USF surcharge on your phone bill, not the general budget.  The Superfund budget is so small because industry lobbyists worked to eliminate the surcharge on chemical products.

Also, the Lifeline program went in under Reagan and was expanded under Clinton and George W.  It has actually been scaled back under Obama.  So it would be better to call them Freedom Phones.
 
2014-06-11 04:24:51 PM
"The fish is much, much worse."
www.eonline.com
 
2014-06-11 04:29:04 PM
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Unavailable for comment.

/Obscure?
 
2014-06-11 04:34:36 PM
QFTA:

The pollution in Garfield dates to 1983, when more than 3 tons of chromium spilled from a broken outdoor holding tank at E.C. Electroplating, a small, family-run business on Clark Street. The state Department of Environmental Protection allowed E.C.'s contractors to halt cleanup efforts in 1985 after only 30 percent of the metal solution was recovered. Since then, chromium has been found seeping into the basements of about 20 homes and businesses and a city firehouse.

So let's find out who took how much money from whom to allow the clean-up to stop.
 
2014-06-11 04:36:18 PM
To be fair, all of New Jersey is pretty much one big superfund site:

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2014-06-11 04:37:47 PM
Fecal lasagna unavailable for comment
 
2014-06-11 04:39:09 PM

Dinjiin: I wonder if it would be cheaper to buy the homeowners out and move the salvageable homes to new lots.  Then turn the neighborhood into a greenbelt.


SauronWasFramed: we spend billions on obamaphones and only $500 Million on superfund?

Lifeline phones are paid by a USF surcharge on your phone bill, not the general budget.  The Superfund budget is so small because industry lobbyists worked to eliminate the surcharge on chemical products.

Also, the Lifeline program went in under Reagan and was expanded under Clinton and George W.  It has actually been scaled back under Obama.  So it would be better to call them Freedom Phones.




So it's Reagan's fault?

lol

/lots of things have been scaled back under Obama....like the economy in general
 
2014-06-11 04:53:05 PM

SauronWasFramed: Dinjiin: I wonder if it would be cheaper to buy the homeowners out and move the salvageable homes to new lots.  Then turn the neighborhood into a greenbelt.

SauronWasFramed: we spend billions on obamaphones and only $500 Million on superfund?

Lifeline phones are paid by a USF surcharge on your phone bill, not the general budget.  The Superfund budget is so small because industry lobbyists worked to eliminate the surcharge on chemical products.

Also, the Lifeline program went in under Reagan and was expanded under Clinton and George W.  It has actually been scaled back under Obama.  So it would be better to call them Freedom Phones.

So it's Reagan's fault?

lol

/lots of things have been scaled back under Obama....like the economy in general


Dear GOD you are stupid.
 
2014-06-11 04:59:36 PM
The problem is that they stopped too soon 30 years back. If on day one they started scrapeing up contaiminated soil it would have been tiny.

But what's the danger threshold? It was a limited amount to begin with, and the scooped out the heart of the problem.

I am curious about the bio-remediation approach. I'll have to go look that up.
 
2014-06-11 05:08:14 PM

wildcardjack: I am curious about the bio-remediation approach. I'll have to go look that up.


It is some slick shiat.  It isn't just for heavy metals - they're using it out at Hanford for radioactive contamination of the water table as well.
 
2014-06-11 05:10:44 PM
Do you not need a huge insurance policy if you keep chemical tanks on your property?

I just bought a pontoon boat, and was required to purchase $300,000 worth of liability insurance--and it doesn't have a giant tank of chromium on board.
 
2014-06-11 05:19:13 PM
To be fair, starting statements with "to be fair" does not make them any more well thought out.
 
2014-06-11 05:19:51 PM

Galius_Persnickety: Do you not need a huge insurance policy if you keep chemical tanks on your property?

I just bought a pontoon boat, and was required to purchase $300,000 worth of liability insurance--and it doesn't have a giant tank of chromium on board.


Oil/fuel spills in waterways is an expensive environmental mess to clean. Even the small amount you carry for transport is technically a big deal when it sinks and starts leaking.

I imagine the people in the business of storing industrial chemicals are required to be insured but any old schmo can buy a water tank and stick chemicals in it. This is illegal and unfortunately the problem isn't discovered until it becomes an issue and by that time the operators of Stan's Chemhaus have gone elsewhere.
 
2014-06-11 05:21:05 PM

dryknife: To be fair, starting statements with "to be fair" does not make them any more well thought out.


To be fair, it does point out that you are acknowledging another side of an argument and not blindly shouting down the opposition.
 
F42
2014-06-11 05:31:19 PM

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: halt cleanup efforts in 1985 after only 30 percent of the metal solution was recovered


toxic cleanups are like the turing challenge, 30% is their passing grade
 
2014-06-11 05:55:54 PM
I blame...
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2014-06-11 06:11:33 PM
I read 'finish' as 'garnish' and had me a mind-clearing LoLWut moment. Now I'm hungry.
 
2014-06-11 06:49:41 PM

Galius_Persnickety: Do you not need a huge insurance policy if you keep chemical tanks on your property?

I just bought a pontoon boat, and was required to purchase $300,000 worth of liability insurance--and it doesn't have a giant tank of chromium on board.


That sucks. I have a party barge myself, no liability ins necessary here.

Flood ins nails me though.
 
2014-06-11 07:00:26 PM

Smackledorfer: Galius_Persnickety: Do you not need a huge insurance policy if you keep chemical tanks on your property?

I just bought a pontoon boat, and was required to purchase $300,000 worth of liability insurance--and it doesn't have a giant tank of chromium on board.

That sucks. I have a party barge myself, no liability ins necessary here.

Flood ins nails me though.


Just looked it up. You just got saddled with it by your loan agreement eh?
 
2014-06-11 07:21:50 PM

SauronWasFramed: Dinjiin: I wonder if it would be cheaper to buy the homeowners out and move the salvageable homes to new lots.  Then turn the neighborhood into a greenbelt.


SauronWasFramed: we spend billions on obamaphones and only $500 Million on superfund?

Lifeline phones are paid by a USF surcharge on your phone bill, not the general budget.  The Superfund budget is so small because industry lobbyists worked to eliminate the surcharge on chemical products.

Also, the Lifeline program went in under Reagan and was expanded under Clinton and George W.  It has actually been scaled back under Obama.  So it would be better to call them Freedom Phones.



So it's Reagan's fault?

lol

/lots of things have been scaled back under Obama....like the economy in general


Are you really an idiot, or did you just stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night?
 
2014-06-11 09:38:25 PM

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I can't stand mess. That's why I live by the motto "Leave no lasagna behind."

 
2014-06-11 11:14:34 PM

brantgoose: [media.tumblr.com image 500x375]I can't stand mess. That's why I live by the motto "Leave no lasagna behind."


Should I read that in Carlton the Doorman's voice, or Peter Venkman's voice?
 
2014-06-12 08:57:11 AM

Dinjiin: under Obama


????

The man holding you down?
 
2014-06-12 11:43:49 AM

ReverendJynxed: dryknife: To be fair, starting statements with "to be fair" does not make them any more well thought out.

To be fair, it does point out that you are acknowledging another side of an argument and not blindly shouting down the opposition.


To be fair, some people who type "To be fair" only want to give that impression...
 
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