Oil, you SOB

Amazing photos of the oil spill explosion and attempted cleanup at this site.

*sigh*

The growing oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico is captured in this image from NASA's (MODIS) instrument aboard the Terra satellite. This natural-color image acquired April 29, 2010 shows a twisting patch of oil nearly 125 km (78 mi) wide. (NASA Earth Observatory/Jesse Allen/University of Wisconsin SSEC)

NASA Earth Observatory

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3 thoughts on “Oil, you SOB”

  1. I know. It sucks.

    If I begin to get too bummed I just keep zooming out . . “oh, it’s only as big as New Orleans.”

    (toung in cheek)

    1. I know. I love that region, it’s painful to think of that coast seeping with oil.

      I picture a heron sitting there in its stance, thinking, “WTF? Now what have you people done?”

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