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Well Planned Near School

Even at a legal distance, officials express concern

August 8, 2013

CAMERON — When Cameron High School students and employees returned to classes on Aug. 1, they may not have realized a natural gas well could soon be drilled just up the hill from campu....

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TrollSlayer

Aug-12-13 12:45 PM

wonderlie “the people are hushed”

Right, wonder. They make them do that zipper sign across their lips, too. Too funny.

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wonderwhy

Aug-12-13 9:45 AM

well tool and duwhop- These energy companies must put them in the training for kicks and giggles since they are so safe, according to you. There are lawsuits of damages all over the area, just because the people are hushed, doesn't mean they aren't happening. You two can sit on here with your juvenile insults, all day, everyday. It's what you do best. Entertain yourselves.

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daWraith

Aug-11-13 7:17 PM

A knockdown is when wondrouslie makes a comment and everybody here kicks her butt on it!

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TrollSlayer

Aug-11-13 10:37 AM

wonderwhiner, since you're the poster with the junior safety ranger badge prominently displayed on your pajama top, YOU'RE the one most qualified to explain "knockdowns." Be sure to explain the biochemistry of H2S inhalation and the effect of dispersion and dilution on the ppm concentration at a distance of a half mile from the well.

No, waving that junior safety ranger badge and babbling "KNOCKDOWN! KNOCKDOWN!" is not the explanation we're looking for. LOL

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wonderwhy

Aug-11-13 10:14 AM

Tool- Do you know what a knockdown is? Of course not. You just sit here and amuse yourself. no wonderwhy

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wonderwhy

Aug-11-13 10:13 AM

gee tool- Your posts include bodily functions.........you and duwhop really obsess. lol. Thanks for the proof!

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TrollSlayer

Aug-10-13 8:37 PM

wonderwhiner, your posts smell like a knockdown... Pee-you! LOL

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wonderwhy

Aug-10-13 5:04 PM

Hallowich law suit............

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wonderwhy

Aug-10-13 2:25 PM

btw tool- No wonderwhy that you would feel it is fine to put children at risk.

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wonderwhy

Aug-10-13 1:32 PM

toolboy- typical post. Insulting and filled with lies. It is a certification that is required by all workers or people that go onto well sites. I could care less that you don't get it. And knockdowns are part of the training? I'd wager you don't know what one even is. Wonderwhy you are such an uneducated, angry individual, who thinks you know more than others?

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TrollSlayer

Aug-09-13 9:24 PM

wonder, you’ve been to a safety class? Wow. Very impressive. Do you have a junior safety ranger badge? I’ll bet you do.

Now how many knockdowns? Still ZERO? Yep. How many times has a knockdown EVER occurred a HALF MILE from a gas well ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET? Still ZERO? Yep.

Now you tell us all about knockdowns, wonderpusher. You may be the only knockdown case in the Ohio Valley EVER so you’re probably the expert. LOL

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wonderwhy

Aug-09-13 4:32 PM

tool- I have been to the safety classes. YOU?

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wonderwhy

Aug-09-13 4:31 PM

toolboy- Your obsession with Obama is comical!

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wonderwhy

Aug-09-13 4:30 PM

toolboy- Since you have NEVER been certified at a well site, wonderwhy you think you are such an expert? Big $$ or a paid politician giving you your info? Because it is contrary to what the industry standards are. YOU don't even know what a knockdown is! There's another wonderwhy!

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TrollSlayer

Aug-09-13 3:00 PM

wonderlie, how many of those "knockdowns" have we had at the THOUSANDS of gas wells drilled here in the Ohio Valley over the last DECADE? Here, I'll help. ZERO.

And how many "knockdowns" injured people A HALF MILE AWAY? Anywhere. Ever. I know you need help, so... ZERO.

But keep babbling, because I'm sure there will be low information loons like yourself out there who will nod like the Obama bobbleheads they are. LOL

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wonderwhy

Aug-09-13 2:23 PM

It's too close. People that are IN the industry know. $$ keep things under wraps. The certification for the people that work on the wells, along with truckers, must go thru rigorous safety training. Shell Blue book is an example. Read it. Of course, you'll always have the toolplayers that pretend it is a playground. Half a mile is too close. Otherwise, they wouldn't train workers on 'knockdowns'.

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BigMike

Aug-08-13 9:31 PM

"Truck traffic is a major and valid concern"

Truck traffic is probably the greatest concern for area residents. And much more likely to risk the lives of school children than a well pad explosion. I have heard reports of drivers being required to drive long hours (in excess of 16 hours per day) trucking companies doing business with the drillers. Which begs the question: Where are local law enforcement and state regulatory agencies?

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littlefox

Aug-08-13 8:42 PM

ImRight said "Not really sure where in the article they mention anything about going after the well or trying to shut it down."

If you want to shut a well down, the best way to start is by endorsing doomsday innuendo. Then repeat. Are you sure now?

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TrollSlayer

Aug-08-13 6:58 PM

Hey Marcy. Chesapeake was UP again today. Above $25 a share now. Cha-CHING! LOL

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littlefox

Aug-08-13 6:36 PM

"I am concerned about the exit strategy. We need to see some sort of an evacuation plan."

Not, I'm concerned about "safety," not "I'm concerned about road damage." Just an image of impending poisoning of children and exploding disaster.

Great idea, to plant those seeds in parents' minds, right-off-the-bat. First impressions mean so much you know.

Trans Energy should, withdraw their offer. There's always another location that will work. As far as this location goes, the well is already poisoned.

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ImRight

Aug-08-13 3:13 PM

Not really sure where in the article they mention anything about going after the well or trying to shut it down. I'm not even sure where in the comments anyone said that. So I'm not sure what this comments about "you’d better get right over there with torches and pitchforks" comes from.

The article does mention how he's concerned about the possibility that something could happen and if it did how the school would react and have an exit strategy.

Funny how people forget to read the article and jump on a superintendent for DOING HIS JOB and looking out for safety.

We live in a time where you idiots will sue over anything, I wonder what you would be saying about this guy if he didn't have a plan and something did happen.

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ImRight

Aug-08-13 2:58 PM

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Marcellus

Aug-08-13 2:57 PM

No surprise that DROLLSLAYER doesn't know his North & West from a hole in the ground! After crowing how everyone should buy Chesapeake stock, wonder if he saw that Reuters article talking about Chesapeake's "TOWERING DEBT?" Let the fire sale and pull back from New York continue! LOL

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TrollSlayer

Aug-08-13 2:07 PM

Great idea to put the well right in the schoolyard. The kids would get to see the rewards of entrepreneurial investment, sound engineering, and steady employment. For many it would be the first time they’re exposed to adults who are earning a living by working for private industry. Can you imagine the increase in the standard of living in that depressed region if the next generation were to take that example to heart, get off the public dole, and make something of themselves?

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TrollSlayer

Aug-08-13 1:53 PM

Correction: half mile WEST of downtown Cameron. You get turned around down in the holler...

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