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Posted on May 16th, 2010 at 17:22 by John Sinteur in category: Great Picture, What were they thinking?


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  1. Well, they had half of it right.

  2. Where would North Africa be ?

  3. Just off the coast of East America isn’t it?

  4. The guy that does their graphics used to work for Fox.

  5. Has this picture been submitted to the Fail Blog?

  6. I just submitted it. Keep an eye out on the vote page.

  7. they are off one degree on their weather prediction as well.

Nun at St. Joseph’s Hospital rebuked over abortion to save woman

Posted on May 16th, 2010 at 17:04 by John Sinteur in category: Pastafarian News


A Catholic nun and longtime administrator of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix was reassigned in the wake of a decision to allow a pregnancy to be ended in order to save the life of a critically ill patient.

The decision also drew a sharp rebuke from Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted, head of the Phoenix Diocese, who indicated the woman was “automatically excommunicated” because of the action.

She should have fucked a little boy instead…

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Look sir, you are NOT on the list!

Posted on May 16th, 2010 at 17:01 by John Sinteur in category: Great Picture

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Less Toxic Dispersants Lose Out in BP Oil Spill Cleanup

Posted on May 16th, 2010 at 16:55 by John Sinteur in category: News


So far, BP has told federal agencies that it has applied more than 400,000 gallons of a dispersant sold under the trade name Corexit and manufactured by Nalco Co., a company that was once part of Exxon Mobil Corp. and whose current leadership includes executives at both BP and Exxon. And another 805,000 gallons of Corexit are on order, the company said, with the possibility that hundreds of thousands of more gallons may be needed if the well continues spewing oil for weeks or months.

But according to EPA data, Corexit ranks far above dispersants made by competitors in toxicity and far below them in effectiveness in handling southern Louisiana crude.

Of 18 dispersants whose use EPA has approved, 12 were found to be more effective on southern Louisiana crude than Corexit, EPA data show. Two of the 12 were found to be 100 percent effective on Gulf of Mexico crude, while the two Corexit products rated 56 percent and 63 percent effective, respectively. The toxicity of the 12 was shown to be either comparable to the Corexit line or, in some cases, 10 or 20 times less, according to EPA.

Giving kickbacks to friends is more important than oil cleanup..

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  1. Companies that are a threat to US citizens and the environment should be seized and auctioned off to pay reparations.