Warren Andrews had just finished putting up balloons for his stepdaughter’s 18th birthday party at their suburban home in Mayflower, Arkansas, when his wife came inside and said something was wrong. After stepping out of his house, and taking one glance, he immediately dialed 911.
“I don’t know what’s going on, but I’ve got a river of oil coming down the street at me,” Andrews told the operator. Five minutes later, the slick of noxious black crude spewing from a ruptured Exxon Mobil pipeline was eight feet wide, six inches deep and growing fast.
In this photo, spilled oil from Exxon pipeline runs through a neighborhood in Mayflower, Arkansas on March 29, 2013. Reuters was recently given access to the photo from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Exxon is refusing to let reporters anywhere near the accident. They’re also controlling the airspace above the spill. They don’t want you to see what’s happening. TOO BAD, EXXON.
Signal boost the shit outta this, y’all.
The #HollaCourse. Not the Holocaust. Jesus be a fence, a dictionary and some sense because I am unable to deal!
And he’s telling folks to go pick up a book. Someone needs to slap him with one.
collage student: 9/30 "begat poem" -
I opened I want to slap you and out flew her throat
I opened up her throat and inside was a safe
I opened up the safe and inside were her bags
I opened up her bags and inside was a bottle
I opened up the bottle and inside was a stream
I opened up the stream and inside were the stones
My homegirl sick wit it
This is why I love the internet
First person to begin every sentence with, “at the end of the day…”
First person to end every sentence with “…it is what it is.”