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1 nines09  Jun 11, 2011 4:29:46pm

You just have to love it. You work a cashier job and the till is short 12 bucks your ass is in a sling. One hundred and eight thousand pounds (108,000 fucking pounds) of ANYTHING goes missing…..You would think that just maybe…maybe there was a monitor or an eye or a sign that the product rate was in shrink/missing/short? Maybe since April? Maybe more?
WTF? No problem! Tejano!

2 jaunte  Jun 11, 2011 5:21:56pm

Well that’s a relief, I thought I was just dizzy for no reason.

3 jaunte  Jun 11, 2011 5:51:39pm

“The Houston area is having another bad ozone season with 20 high ozone days already as of June 7, which is way ahead of the 2009-2010 pace of smog days in Houston. So the report of a possibly huge release of an ozone precursor like propylene comes as unwelcome news for the health of people in Houston,” said Dr. Neil Carman, a chemist and the Clean Air Program Director for the Lone Star Chapter of Sierra Club. Nineteen of the 20 high ozone days occurred during the 8-week period that Exxon reported that propylene was leaking.
ExxonMobil reported the leak just days after a federal court rejected the company’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit against it and two subsidiaries brought by Sierra Club and Environment Texas alleging thousands of violations of the Clean Air Act at the nation’s largest oil refinery and chemical plant complex, in Baytown. According to the groups’ lawsuit, millions of pounds of pollutants have been released in these violations.

In its motion to dismiss the environmental groups’ lawsuit, Exxon unsuccessfully argued, among other things, that the case should be thrown out because its violations are not “ongoing.”

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