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(Russia Today)   Nothing to see here. Move along. FAA puts no-fly zone over Arkansas oil spill   ( rt.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Federal Aviation Administration, Arkansas, Exxon, Lynn Lunsford, Mayflower  
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2013-04-04 02:43:12 PM  
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This has nothing to do with the risks associated with the Keystone pipeline. This is a separate incident that Exxon can manage without interference from the press. Exxon is a responsible corporate citizen. Any reporting on this "pipeline concern" is un-American. Examining and reporting on this concern is playing into the hands of Al Qaida and the North Koreans. For all we know international enviro-terrorists have created this situation to weaken our country.

God Bless America
2013-04-04 02:26:13 PM  
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I think that you are all missing the point. Has Congress apologized to Exxon-Mobile for getting dirt in their oil yet? I think that at the very least they are entitled to large government bailout for having to put up with the inconvenience of cleaning up their mess. Maybe another tax break and a few more subsidies will help them feel better. Oh, and those homeowners need to shut the hell up and quit their whining. Just because Exxon-Mobile is the most profitable company in the history of the world doesn't mean that they are responsible for compensating you for damage and/or loss of value to your property that is a direct result of their actions. That's just class warfare, and you should all feel ashamed.
2013-04-04 01:40:48 PM  
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I'm just amazed that some toothless yokel hasn't come along and tried to set that thing ablaze so far.
2013-04-04 01:12:10 PM  
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change1211: Lionel Mandrake: Tar sands are awesome.

Maybe you should shut the hell up and walk everywhere then.

Take your tar sands and shove 'em up your beaver.
2013-04-04 01:04:22 PM  
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wxboy: It's only up to 1,000 feet.  That's not going to prevent people from seeing anything.

Done in one.  This is an incredibly stupid article.  You newsies paid how much for a camera that can't see what's going on 1000 feet below?

/ChopperDan in Chopper6 has his ChopperPanties in a ChopperWad because he can't hover right over or land among the workers/ trucks, etc.
2013-04-04 01:04:06 PM  
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However, there's been rampant speculation that the ban was enacted to censor news cameras from taking shots of the disaster area.

There's something a little fishy about all of this. They need to get the EPA in there. You don't want to f*ck with the EPA.
2013-04-04 01:02:23 PM  
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The FAA announced a temporary no-fly zone would be enacted indefinitely over the Arkansas oil spill

2013-04-04 12:59:23 PM  
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ChipNASA: Nothing but a skid mark on the anus of the South.

Oh come on now. We all know that's Mississippi.
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