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I would be less worried about the color than the potential toxicity. At least it's not that bright red mercury effluent.“Because of the discoloration, we don’t want people in the river,” said Butch Knowlton, the county’s director of Emergency Preparedness. “It’s really, really ugly. Any kind of recreational activity on the river needs to be suspended.”
Exactly. Who left the toxic waste there for the government (i.e. taxpayers) to deal with? Why have we allowed a few to profit from our natural resources only to leave the nasty stuff for someone else to deal with?rwstorm wrote:Always fun to blame the government. But things aren't quite that simple.
Now you may be able to catch some with three heads!ALMAL wrote:that sucks, I've caught some really nice trout in the Animas...