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05/29/2009

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It's all about the money. They'll go after the little guy all day long, but they'll gladly negotiate with the big companies. What do you expect from our government?

thanks i used it for a report!!

A picture is worth a thousand words! To see some of the disgusting waste that is running off Sparrows Point and into our waterways, go to:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/baltimorewaterkeeper/sets/72157612209476591/

tsktsk. Someone must answer to these citizens. It's just unfair that some people sweat their asses of to comply with these rules and these big companies pops up and you realize that they are just ignoring those rules with the government just closing their eyes.

that sucks...it was a nice site... and now it's going down the drain. All that toxicity is because of the ignorance of the state.

it's just thing that have to happen, if not for the "polluting" industry we wouldn't have a lot of stuff that we have.. it's the way things go . until it evolves we should live with it..

let's join our hands together to stop this kind of wrong doings. It may risk lives in the future if we just let them continue.

They must be stopped. If I was one of the residents there I might also get angry of the pollution that they are experiencing right now. What do we expect from the government? Before allowing the factory, they should consider the people living there.

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