malaise trying to stir shit up. It's a conspiracy!!!!
Well, is it a conspiracy??? Was it ebil BIG Ammonium Nitrate???Sat Apr 20, 2013, 01:29 PM
Why are they preventing the media and the residents of that West Texas town
from viewing the devastation or returning to see what happened to their homes.
Why have they chased away the media helicopters?
WTF is going on??
Let's check in with all knowing nadin!!!!
Response to malaise (Reply #13)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 02:03 PM
15. I will say this, general statement on rural areas, see it way too often
Even if you tell them, and I am betting on public information officers by the bucketful...it's government. People tend to dismiss both gub'mint (PIO) and media reports.
Yeah!!! Go nadin and malaise!!!
Oh wait...Rut Roh.
Response to malaise (Original post)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 01:52 PM
6. Oddly enough, a Google image search for West, TX Explosion
turns up many, many images taken by the media. Go have a look. It appears that the media has been viewing the devastation and photographing it, so I'm not sure your statement is accurate.
Response to Rex (Reply #16)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 02:10 PM
17. I could not believe how close it was to the school and
the nursing home. Effing crazy!
Yeah!!! Speak Truth To Power malaise!!!
Response to Rex (Reply #18)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 02:30 PM
21. They did NOT build it so close to people
West Fertilizer began as Texas Grain and was founded in 1958 by the Plasek family, according to court documents in a civil case brought by Adair against the Monsanto Co. in 2007. In 1960, the fledgling company “built a small fertilizer blend plant for farmers in the area and started selling fertilizer and grain storage services for other farmers in Texas,” according to the records.
“The town grew up and around that fertilizer plant,” Payne said. “It’s a staple. That’s how agriculture works.”
DAMMIT!!!! I Want My Conspiracy!!!!!!!!
This explosion was a terrible accident but you DUmmies might want to check stuff out before
you start throwing mud...