Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Show-Me The Local Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters warned us about this last year and now their greatest fear has come to pass . . . Enjoy the taste of oil progress in the water. Take a look:

Company: Oil in pipeline under Missouri River reservoir

The Dakota Access pipeline developer said it has placed oil in the pipeline under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota and that it's preparing to put the line into service. Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners made the announcement Monday in a brief court filing with the U.S....

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Gag on the black snake. Take all of it you squaw bitches.

Anonymous said...

Finally some fucking progress in this country.

Byron Funkhouser said...

The pipeline is being built with RUSSIAN Steel.

It will leak, causing an environmental disaster.

That's not pessimism, that's physics.

Anonymous said...

That pipeline is already built idiot.

Anonymous said...

^^^No it's not dumb-ass. God you repubtards are fukin idiots! Facts don't matter to idiots I guess.

"As of November 26, 2016, the project was reported to be 87% completed.[5]

Feb 9, 2017 - Construction on the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline has begun and is expected to be completed within three months,

Bob said...

10:27, unless you can explain how "it will leak" is physics, it's not physics, it's guessing.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, how 'bout those Sierra environmental law geniuses convince the Standin Rock casino to install, bicycle racks, hitching posts and water troughs. Surely, the big charter buses, pickups, SUVs, and all those fossil fuel GUZZLERS transporting GAMBLERS ain't GOOD FOR MOTHER EARTH.

Nope, electric vehicles don't get a pass, either. They're assembled with components produced with much aid of mineral based materials and carbon linked fuels--plastics, epoxies, paints, polymer coated glass, resins, and hardened steel. Diesel trains and trucks deliver EVs to warehouses, exhibits, and showrooms. The majority of EV manufacturing personnel drive fossil fuel burners. GiddyUp, y'all!

Revenues at the StandingRock Casino are reported as seriously declined by $6 million. See: K C Star>article133975084,
US News & World Report, standingrockfactchecker.org, and MORE.

Anonymous said...

Hey Byron and anonymous Byron, enlighten yourselves:

- The U.S. already has more than 2.5 million miles of oil pipeline.

- Pipelines are statistically much safer than rail cars or trucks in transporting oil.

How do you guys keep a straight face when stating your opinion on this?