In February of 2007, Calvin Tillman, former mayor of Dish, Texas, was a fan of the natural gas industry because, like many people, he didn’t know any better. His experience was limited to the old-time drilling methods and not the new fracking kind of drilling. It took less than two years of living next door to this good neighbor this rogue, irresponsible industry to turn Tillman into a detractor. Less than two years!
That’s my takeaway message from the latest hit piece from Energy In Depth (EID). Their latest blog post is so full of it… As Ruby would say: “Oh, he’s so full of manure, that man! We could lay him in the dirt and grow another one just like him.”
I’m not going to waste my time trying to rake through all the manure they threw out on that page. But I do have two things to say to you guys at EID:
- If you’re going to link to me, then–dammit–I should get some traffic out of the deal. So far, I’ve gotten 4 measly click throughs and one of those was from me. That’s pathetic.
- You wise guys have to stop lying about what the state found with the Dish blood and urine study. I’m not going to let that stand.