Welcome to Wonderful West Virginia

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9 Responses to Welcome to Wonderful West Virginia

  1. trib says:

    Turn on the lawn sprinkler.

    • POd American says:

      Or flush the john after taking a crap. Blame it on Climate Change cause it’s a climate changer!

  2. Daryl says:

    We have the C-8 in our water. Some of the slickest shit in the country.

  3. Ragnar says:

    We had JP5 in the water on the first aircraft carrier I was on. USS Enterprise CVN-65.

    Coffee looked like it had an oil slick on it.

    Keeps you regular though.

  4. mostly cajun says:

    My grandparents had a house in the woods in Louisiana, built in an area where creeks had meandered over the landscape for millenia, depositing layer after layer of sand and vegetation debris. Of course that debris decomposed underground decomposed in an anaerobic fashion, generating methane.

    It wasn’t unusual for shallow wells to have methane entrapped in the water, and bad cases, the gas escaping from a stream of water would support a flame.

    All with no eeeeevillll fracking at all.

  5. Cederq says:

    Talk about firewater…

  6. I blame Trump!

    What? What? Everybody else blames him for everything!

  7. Mike-SMO says:

    What the frack was that?

    I has always bothered me that the fracking wells had to penetrate the ground water level in most places. That provides a fine opportunity nor new and exciting events.

    In southern and west Illinois, the Herron coal seam is often close to the surface. Don’t light a match to investigate that funny smell in the basement.

Play nice.