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  1. gary Hild
    August 30, 2013 @ 10:01 pm

    Lies,lies and more lies fuel the disinformation that makes profit at everyone else’s cost more interesting. Isn’t it wonderful how we’re creating more millionaire’s and billionaires at the cost of finally destroying mother earth. Man the greatest success story on earth and we’re headed towards extinction at an accelerating speed. Say goodbye to any future as long as unregulated capitalism exists in the homeland. I don’t feel sorry for man. I haven’t long to live and I’m retired watching everything going to hell.

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  2. Laura Mariski
    August 31, 2013 @ 7:39 pm

    The cost of cleaning up the nation’s aquifers when this fracking business is all said and done will be astronomical and impossible. Say goodbye to life as we knew it!

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  3. James Herron
    September 1, 2013 @ 11:16 pm

    Unfortunately, so many have been brainwashed by big oils propaganda that they can’t see the truth about our planets energy situation.
    We need to change our mindset about energy being fuels.
    Electricity can be produced cleanly, stored cleanly and used to “fuel” most of our present needs for energy without having to burn fossil,fuels.
    The stranglehold that corporations have on us by continuing to keep us addicted to our need for “fuels” is what drives their profit.
    Wake up everyone to just how much we are being bamboozeled by those making huge profits while our environment wastes away.

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