CraZyMatt wrote:Well, I guess I'll see y'all on the internet.
gooserslan wrote: They sure do create a ton of job's which is something we obviously could use right now. It's also great to see all these farmers cashing in over all their years of hard work. Of course there are horror stories. I believe they are on much rarer occasions and when one happens they really get exposed and this is how everyone gets their bad opinions. I don't see it as such a bad thing. The worst part to me is having to hear large equipment running in the middle of the night. They seem to put a good effort into keeping the area clean and trying not to disturb more than what they have to. They even take care of the road maintenance and anything else they disturb. Either way it is going to happen weather we like it or not so might as well try to make the best of the situation.
assateague wrote:I'm not THAT cheap.
Grebe Slayer wrote:I wanted to get your guy's thoughts on the natural gas boom that is going on in the Northeast within the Marcellus and Utica shale. Lots of controversy about fracking and other environmental impacts that may be occuring? There are a lot of positive things that are coming from the boom such as successful wells producing a large volume of natural gas and the creation of thousands of jobs. I think this is a good topic, lets hear everyones opinions (good or bad) about the natural gas boom.
barryboy08 wrote:good for economy poor for enviroment...but thats nearly everything humans do
Montanafowler wrote:check the jiblets real good, nothing scarier than seeing a bug biting your balls
Indawoods wrote:The general public doesn't understand that the fracking zones and water supplies are separated by IMPERMEABLE stone. Layers and layers of it. Fracking done right, is safe. The media does a terrible job of informing the public with fracking, as most things.
We've been doing it for over 40 years.
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