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Dale’s Observations For 2010-06-24

The government required BP to use flawed models to create their accident contingency plans for oil spills. http://bit.ly/bjn3Qy #

There's not a lot of happiness about the Feds' response to the Gulf spill. REALLY not happy. Mutiny-level unhappiness. http://bit.ly/cEecZp #

Medvedev thinks Russia could have a hi-tech economy. Maybe rural electricity and plumbing would be a good start. http://bit.ly/cRZ9ZX #

NYC exhibit shows shiny, green utopian cities in 2030. Like people in the 1930's imagined we'd have flying cars today. http://bit.ly/aEzjxX #

Shoddy disposal work mars Gulf spill cleanup. http://bit.ly/9E4ZGI #

RT @dmataconis @CalebHowe @CO2HOG @TejasKat Is BP burning sea turtles alive? | Yes, but then you crack them open and have yummy turtle soup. #

RT @dmataconis: Americans Love Their Country, Fear Their Government. | But not quite enough to eliminate the things that make gov't fearful. #

In the worst idea since direct election of senators, the electoral college is on the verge of being eliminated. http://bit.ly/cCo46e #

There's a good chance that BP will declare bankruptcy. File in London, get relief from spill liability. http://bit.ly/biUBU7 #

Venezuela nationalizes some US-owned oil rigs. This is how poor countries tell the world, "Never invest here again." http://bit.ly/929IAF #

RT @GayPatriot @FloridaJayhawk: $540 Massage? What Kind of Massage Did Al Gore order? | I believe it's known as a "Happy Ending". #

RT @JoeNBC SOCCER GAME: For me, it was as exciting as any sports event since Lake Placid. | Seriously? Since Lake Placid? #

Hey, Belarus, all your gas are belong to us! #MedvedevTweets http://bit.ly/9L4k0t #

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