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04:36 PM on 08/22/2013
Those trees are sinking faster than our economy.Maybe obama could go there and fill it with all his bs.
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JoeGdr
26-year-old gay Chicano from San Antonio
04:44 PM on 08/22/2013
Hillary 2016
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ricostrat
05:27 PM on 08/22/2013
Hillary who for what two thousand sixteen?
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04:50 PM on 08/22/2013
Your hate runs deep. Too bad.
04:32 PM on 08/22/2013
http://lasinkhole.wordpress.com/2013/08/18/smri/
this may help you to connect the dots...
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sophie M
ANTI WAR./animal rescue
04:30 PM on 08/22/2013
I find this very upsetting.
Surely, there are animals, that come here to drink and swim..
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Constantyne Wyre
"___ you, I work for Mel Brooks!"
05:05 PM on 08/22/2013
Agree. Nature can be cruel.
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evilchihuahua
Crossing the line just because it's there.
04:25 PM on 08/22/2013
Giant subterranean beavers maybe?
Athyna
I can take dumbassery to a whole new level
04:45 PM on 08/22/2013
Earthworm convention. Or the Mole Men have finished the planning stage......
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evilchihuahua
Crossing the line just because it's there.
05:01 PM on 08/22/2013
Crab people.
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Adam Dray
Someones poisoned the water hole!!!
04:24 PM on 08/22/2013
Holy sh**!! Pun intended!
04:18 PM on 08/22/2013
I keep thinking this should be happening in the middle east, all that oil pumping from the earth should be leaving a lot of hollow spaces...
04:41 PM on 08/22/2013
They have sinkholes too
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docsong
Sitting here in Limbo
05:58 PM on 08/22/2013
except there's are called stink holes
10:01 AM on 08/23/2013
Kinda makes sense but they don't get the rain in the desert like they do in Louisiana.
11:51 AM on 08/23/2013
No rain , but they do get earthquakes and there's an ocean of open space somewhere below them
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Notviper2
04:15 PM on 08/22/2013
I think we found a spot for the next Lady gaga concert
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evilchihuahua
Crossing the line just because it's there.
04:20 PM on 08/22/2013
Or the first repub debate of the 2016 POTUS run.
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cself0069
Eagle can't fly without left and right wing
04:31 PM on 08/22/2013
always a rupub, comment were nobody would expect one tells you so much about your one track mind, and your a moderator HOW?
05:28 PM on 08/22/2013
Or BO & family
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John Truax
05:25 PM on 08/22/2013
HA HA HA HA HA Thats Funny sure will Swallow up all Her Lil Monsters.
04:11 PM on 08/22/2013
Om nom nom nom nom
04:07 PM on 08/22/2013
Texas Brine Salt Dome Collapse, not a sink hole.. and a pile of homes have been evacuated due to methane gas release. Neat video, poor news coverage...
03:49 PM on 08/22/2013
If a tree sinks in the swamp and a cajon was not there to see it, did it really happen........
04:34 PM on 08/22/2013
That's Cajun, TRC. And, yes, this is really happening.
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Dwight Hebert
05:22 PM on 08/22/2013
The Cajun had the camera, and the nerve to get close enough to the sink hole to get this video.
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LostLittleMasochist
Adopt. Foster. Protect. Educate.
03:40 PM on 08/22/2013
OH MY GOD!!!!!
03:30 PM on 08/22/2013
This is not nature this is man-made and it was covered by Mother Jones in their most recent issue. It is " the Bayou Corne sinkhole, a swampy, reeking, 24-acre hole in the earth that opened up near the site of an abandoned salt cavern in rural Assumption Parish, Louisiana. After the sinkhole first appeared (at about 1/24th of its current size) last August, Gov. Bobby Jindal ordered the 350 residents of Bayou Corne to evacuate. On August 2, Louisiana sued Texas Brine, the company that mined the salt cavern that experts have identified as the trigger for the sinkhole. Every few weeks the sinkhole burps—this is really the term the geologists use—and somewhere between 20 and 100 barrels of sweet crude bubble up to the surface. Really, it's best explained in the piece." Go to Mother Jones for the story by Tim Murphy.
04:32 PM on 08/22/2013
Thank you Becky, I was wondering why the boom was in the water. Now I get it. Texas Brine will most likely get a scolding or a slap on the wrist and simply move on.
03:13 PM on 08/22/2013
Wow, that was amazing!! I think I would have been backing up, unless I was using a long range lens from fairly far away...
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wakohnen
Human opinions....a fascinating study....
03:11 PM on 08/22/2013
When things are taken from the ground, eventually the earth is going to compensate and not necessarily in the same spot. Just look at all of the oil pumped from the ground, leaving empty caverns behind with nothing to support them. Of course oil corporations pay big money to disprove this but it is plain common sense.