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I saw this today in school during economics. Apparently there wasn't any kind of leak then, but now there is a mile long sheen.

There wasn't an explosion like what happened with BP, only a fire.
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#2
Saw this just a few minutes ago, all the anti-off shore drilling people are going to have fun with this.
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Unfortunately.

Damn oil wells, KEEP YER DAMN SELVES FROM EXPLODING!

Didn't explode
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Hopefully this kind of thing won't become a common occurrence....
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#12
Went to check up on it on CNN, but this caught my eye instead
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It feels like news sources are blowing this up as SUPER BAD OMG, but I mean don't fires happen on those things all the time? Nothing to stress about
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Really? The article I read earlier made it sound like it wasn't all that bad. Just an explosion and fire. No deaths, no leaks.

It's probably getting more attention than normal because of the recent BP spill.