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From: Sally (71.126.183.232)
Subject:         I doubt it is ALL gone but
Date: August 15, 2010 at 10:31 am PST

In Reply to: After this post, you will never be able to say that I never disagree with the Obama administration. posted by Millie on August 14, 2010 at 8:06 pm:

It certainly looks like most of the thick gloopy oil has either been cleaned up or has dissipated on its own. The oceans (and gulfs) do naturally clear up oil without the aid of man. They don't nornally have millions of gallons of oil deposited in the same location, but I think the storms that went through the gulf help to spread out the oil so the natural bacteria could clear it out.

I doubt the whole gulf shore is clean, but it looks like some of the beaches are okay now. I'm glad the problem solved itself because the situation was handled poorly on all sides.


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