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Matt Damon’s Latest Film Simplifies a Complex Political Issue

Barskor Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 12:27 AM
Fracking is poison Not just the water but the garbage gases that are not propane they release on site rolling invisible toxic fog banks that can explode or suffocate mostly causing Asama and bronchitis to those who live near by. So Frack you if you think this is safe go live next to one of the wells they have too renew every two or three years with more millions of gallons of toxic water.
petroleum engineer Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 3:33 PM
Barskor - you need help. I happen to have been present on dozens of frac jobs and still know of no one who every experienced any discomfort. Your comments are completely without any basis. The bigger the lie the easier it is to sell. You are a certifiable jerk.
Mark6876 Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 10:33 AM
Right and have fun trying to drink water that is suddenly so toxic that the best water filters on the market can't filter out all the toxins.
Hoosierguy Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 11:44 AM
you mean like the toxins found in your kool-aid?
Hoosierguy Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 6:41 AM
Really Barskor? I mean REALLY? I'm sure you have a link to a video of an "invisible toxic fog bank" exploding or suffocating anything? And we don't have to worry about it causing "Asama" remember? The great O killed him.

Matt Damon’s latest film “Promised Land” arrived in theaters nationwide yesterday with a focus on the controversial issue of fracking. Written by Matt Damon (who won an Oscar for co-writing “Good Will Hunting”) and John Krasinski (“The Office),” the story focuses on a small community that is asked to debate the merits of the process when a large corporation arrives in town wanting to buy much of the local land.

In an article from the Wall Street Journal, reporter Daniel Gilbert described -- much more succinctly than the film does -- what the process of fracking entails. He noted that...