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Look, and insure, before building in disaster-prone area

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Look, and insure, before building in disaster-prone area I began thinking in this manner shortly after Hurricane Katrina, and it seems we have had no shortage of similar natural disaster situations nearly every year since. While New Orleans has long been one of my favorite U.S. cities, you don’t have to be a cartographer to understand that the devastation thrust upon that city was only a matter of time. How long would you expect a ...


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muggy
July 26, 2013
6:22 a.m.

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Ken. It's hard to decide on "smart drilling," when there are so many lies out there. Gasland director Josh Fox has been caught in an outright falsehood when he showed video of tap water igniting. That water was flammable BEFORE fracking. I encourage you to watch Fracknation. Here's a clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B03IYdHp...

SnowGrinch
July 26, 2013
9:54 a.m.

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Mark Markovitz's post is spot on. Jack Welch 'cashed in' the assets that all others built into the company. Welch was the 'rich brat' who inherits a multi generation family business... then sells off all the assets for a quick buck.

Instead of building GE and it's businesses, Welch sold the foundation of the business and left only a fragile shell. For Neutron Jack and like minded CEO's, you should be ashamed!

sammey
July 26, 2013
10:54 a.m.

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"SnowGrinch"_____Welch would turn Costso into a WalMart_____None of these types of CEO have any "shame", nor morals, ethics, etc_____Their God is $$$$$$$$$$$

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