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Old 04-20-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default The Most Polluted Places in America-- ever been to...

any these nine places which are some of the dirtiest in the U.S. today?


  • los angeles air
  • bakersfield ca air
  • pittsburgh air
  • appalachia watersheds
  • waters of the gulf of mexico around louisiana and texas
  • chesapeake bay water
  • the nelson tunnel, creede co (mining district)
  • iron king mine, dewey-humboldt az.
  • escambia wood, pensacola fl
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:03 PM   #2
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There are some parts in Jersey that are super funky. Of course our whole state has a rep for being like that, but its just a small centralized area.
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:11 PM   #3
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any these nine places which are some of the dirtiest in the U.S. today?


  • los angeles air
  • bakersfield ca air
  • pittsburgh air
  • appalachia watersheds
  • waters of the gulf of mexico around louisiana and texas
  • chesapeake bay water
  • the nelson tunnel, creede co (mining district)
  • iron king mine, dewey-humboldt az.
  • escambia wood, pensacola fl
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none of these are surprising. and what are most of them associated with? The extraction of natural resources (in many cases fossil fuels) and the lack of epa enforcement. Appalachian streams have gotten significantly worse with the advent of mountain topping over the last decades, where the resultant debris and slurry is dumped into the headwater valleys of streams. should be protected by the clean water act, but what do you know, the last admin refused to enforce it against their buddies in the energy industry. Im looking at you hawker. you are destroying america for the sake of profit. how do you sleep at night?
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:42 PM   #4
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Pittsburgh making this list doesn't surprise me in the least bit.
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:44 PM   #5
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Pittsburgh making this list doesn't surprise me in the least bit.
buckle of the coal belt, in a valley. not surprising at all. I actually like pittsburgh a lot (I know you do not). Of course Ive never been more than a 1 week visitor.
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:44 PM   #6
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So can we start calling Cali "The Real Dirty Dirty"?
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Old 04-20-2009, 02:17 PM   #7
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none of these are surprising. and what are most of them associated with? The extraction of natural resources (in many cases fossil fuels) and the lack of epa enforcement. Appalachian streams have gotten significantly worse with the advent of mountain topping over the last decades, where the resultant debris and slurry is dumped into the headwater valleys of streams. should be protected by the clean water act, but what do you know, the last admin refused to enforce it against their buddies in the energy industry. Im looking at you hawker. you are destroying america for the sake of profit. how do you sleep at night?

On a fuel-filled waterbed.
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Old 04-20-2009, 02:19 PM   #8
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none of these are surprising. and what are most of them associated with? The extraction of natural resources (in many cases fossil fuels) and the lack of epa enforcement. Appalachian streams have gotten significantly worse with the advent of mountain topping over the last decades, where the resultant debris and slurry is dumped into the headwater valleys of streams. should be protected by the clean water act, but what do you know, the last admin refused to enforce it against their buddies in the energy industry. Im looking at you hawker. you are destroying america for the sake of profit. how do you sleep at night?

They do what they gotta do to keep American running. You should be nothing but thankful.

Keep bitching and keep doing nothing about it. You're quite good at it.
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Old 04-20-2009, 02:56 PM   #9
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The Whole Area of Kern County is Pollution Galore
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Old 04-20-2009, 03:18 PM   #10
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The Pittsburgh area has a tradition of producing great football players so the real question is, what really is in the water up here?
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bakersfield, really? i remember pulling over for some food and looking up, the sky is pretty damn clear. It's mostly agricultural area too, hmm
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bakersfield, really? i remember pulling over for some food and looking up, the sky is pretty damn clear. It's mostly agricultural area too, hmm

bakersfield sucks. its so god damn hot there.
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The water around Galveston is absolutely disgusting.... its all brown, no blue at all, no surprise.
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The water around Galveston is absolutely disgusting.... its all brown, no blue at all, no surprise.

I went with a friend who was hunting for geese around that area(closer to High Island) and you are right, the water was filthy and brown. So were all the naked 70 year people walking along the shore in a public.
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The Pittsburgh area has a tradition of producing great football players so the real question is, what really is in the water up here?
The great state of Pennsylvania has produced many a great football players. Lots of great QB's come from Western PA aka your hood.

I've read that the state of New Jersey produces more professional athletes per capita than any other state and prep sports in Jersey I believe it.
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