Oil in Florida “kiddie pool”; children “shovel tar balls from the water” while BP carts away truckloads of oil debris (PHOTOS)


Tar balls enter St. Andrew Bay, Panama City News Herald, June 21, 2010:

Weathered oil in the form of tars balls breached St. Andrew Pass on Monday and accumulated in and around the "kiddie pool" area of St. Andrews State Park. ...

3 comments to Oil in Florida “kiddie pool”; children “shovel tar balls from the water” while BP carts away truckloads of oil debris (PHOTOS)

  • meep

    Don't even let your kids get near this stuff. Don't let them even breathe the air there. Get out. Why you didn't cancel your vacation is beyond me. Do your research instead of letting your kids be lab rats for God's sake. Do you have a clue how bad benzene is? I suppose this was a nonsmoking beach too. Wouldn't surprise me.

  • bruce

    Get serious we had a 200mpg carburetor in 1930,the
    porge. We have cars running on water using 0 gas but hydrogen from the water Stanley Meyer etc. We can produce electricity using magnets. all with 0 emissions. This would eliminate all need for foreign oil. There are over 4k patents that would eliminate the need for oil. But they are classified not to be used under national security. Seems to me you’re full of it unless you start using 0 cost energy. Wake up!! We could be off of foreign oil in a year or less.

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