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Nuclear Madness messes with West Texas (again)

2017/02/13

Update: Energywire: Friday, February 24, 2017

In West Texas, spent fuel storage seeks a foothold

Waste Control Specialists LLC operates a facility licensed to dispose of low-level radioactive waste in Andrews County, Texas. The company is in the process of seeking a license for an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel.– E&E News


News Release from Public Citizen: “Jan. 30, 2017 License Application for Dangerous West Texas High-Level Radioactive Waste Dump Is Now Open for Public Input Public Can Speak Out Against Plan to Dump the Most Dangerous of All Radioactive Waste in West Texas; Public Involvement Has Stopped Poorly Designed Waste Dumps in the Past AUSTIN, Texas […]

Reposted via Dangerous Texas High-Level Radioactive Waste Open-Air Parking Lot Dump – Public Hearings on Monday and Wednesday; Public Comment to March 13 – License Application — Mining Awareness +

See Also

Interim Storage Open-Air Parking Lots of High Level Nuclear Waste Risk Major Radioactive Leaks – Most Canister Systems Do Not Meet Standards: Made of Thin Steel; Neither Adequately Inspected Nor Adequately Monitored


Desert Skies

Well I’m ridin’ along
Singin’ the same ol’ cowboy song
That’s been sung a hundred times before
Ain’t got nothin’ but my name
And I’m the only man I know to blame
But I’m livin’, I’m happy and I’m free

Just listen to the wind blow
Let it blow, let it blow
Sand over my trail
I got my saddle on the ground
And that ol’ moon, he can still be found
Hidin’ in the desert sky

I like simple things in life
Like a prairie breeze
A good stout horse between my knees
Just bein’ alone, just bein’ me
And when I die let me die
With a dream in my mind
A smile on my face and no trouble behind
And no cross on my grave
To show my restin’ place

So I can listen to the wind blow
Let it blow, let it blow
Sand over my trail
I got my saddle on the ground
And that ol’ moon, he can still be found
Hidin’ in the desert sky

Won’t you bury me with my chaps on
And my six-gun strapped to my side
So I can watch the moon a-hidin’
In the desert sky
Hidin’ in the desert sky
Hidin’ in the desert sky
Hidin’ in the desert sky

“Desert Skies (Live)” by The Marshall Tucker Band
Live! From Spartanburg, South Carolina
℗ 2013 MT Industries Inc
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