40 Years of Accidents in a Single Year

2013 had more railroad accidents than the past 40 years combined. Also, if you remember, a Quebec town was blown up, killing dozens instantly after the Lac Megantic rail disaster from under-staffing of a trail carrying dangerous tarsands bitumen in cars not rated for carrying it.

My pal Jerry mused: “if only we cold put the oil in sum sorta elongated cylindrical right of way where it could be monitored for leeks and it would take less energy to move it” (please excuse his typos, he has a learning disability).

Maybe he doesn’t mean like this pipeline explosion in Manitoba, leaving thousands without heat because they have no renewable heat sources for their homes? Maybe some of them have fireplaces still.

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Here’s where government is going wrong. Giving jobs to oil execs, we end up with people like Pam Wallin in power.

One response to “40 Years of Accidents in a Single Year

  1. Well, it aint staying in the ground regardless of who is in power, and, its more then likely going to be through pipeline regardless of who is the PM. Ironic, the US is burning more coal and natural gas then its ever burned before yet Obama is the “eco” president, funny that eh.

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