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C8 meeting features member of famous family

February 14, 2013

PARKERSBURG — A discussion on C8 exposure and its place as a national environmental issue took place Wednesday at the Blennerhassett School auditoriu....

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Feb-14-13 11:41 PM

PFOA persists indefinitely in the environment. It is a toxicant and carcinogen in animals. Once again, Flatch'n'sniff you know nothing of this issue, yet you persist in the profit over people ideals of your inner core beliefs, well who is paying for the results of this known hazard when it strikes members of working class families who cant afford insurance, well it falls on you flatch, can you smell what Dupont is cooking, one other tidbit, burn your teflon pan cooking those eggs with a canary in the house, you`ll be having something that taste like chicken with those runny eggs, dont spill those on your carpet, it has c8 in it too. Those wells are right across the river from Dupont washington works, you and Marco thirsty my friend?

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Feb-14-13 11:28 AM

They will pay and keep paying....

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Feb-14-13 6:59 AM

Stiff, whether or not you are a fan of the Kennedy clan is not relevant to the published story. The issue is did DuPont know of the dangers of C8 and ignore them for the purposes of fattening their wallet while ignoring the health and safety of its employees, and the public as well as the environmental impact of their product. It sounds as if DuPont is getting off easy in my opinion.

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