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Kevin J. May
Florida Supreme Realty - Hobe Sound, FL
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JA - that is so sad to see happening athough it was and continues to be inevitable for our beaches here and beyond.  Your photo here has much more of a direct impact on me than any CNN report can.  We'll be dealing with this for awhile and not have our wildlife fully recover for years.   

Jun 04, 2010 01:04 PM #10
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John MacArthur
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Jennifer......the picture says enough

Jun 04, 2010 02:37 PM #11
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So sad.  It's going to be tough for the region and by extension the country.  I haven't seen that many pictures of the impact yet.

Jun 04, 2010 03:21 PM #12
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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn
Sell with Soul - Pensacola Beach, FL
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Weird - I just went down to the tourist area of Pensacola Beach and there is NO oil anywhere to be seen. Lots of news trucks, but I didn't see any of the globs of nastiness that are all over my beach - about three miles east...

Jun 04, 2010 03:24 PM #13
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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn
Sell with Soul - Pensacola Beach, FL
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I did, however, find a way to deal with the emotional stress of it all ... Bushwackers and oysters.

Jun 04, 2010 03:43 PM #14
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Doug Rogers
Bayou Properties Realty - Pineville, LA
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Hi Jennifer,

  The family just returned from a week in Destin. Sure hope things get fixed ASAP, but something tells me we are in this for the long haul.

Jun 04, 2010 04:47 PM #15
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Dorie Dillard
Coldwell Banker United Realtors - Austin, TX
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Good afternoon Jennifer,

I'm so sorry your beaches are enduring these oil deposits..I have a feeling there is more to come.

Jun 04, 2010 05:43 PM #16
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Lenn Harley
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Too sad for words.

Jun 04, 2010 06:52 PM #17
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Ann Allen Hoover
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Bushwackers and oysters can get your mind off of most anything.........

Jun 04, 2010 07:20 PM #18
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Robert (Vegas Bob) Swetz
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WOW Jennifer and that is so sad!

Jun 04, 2010 07:56 PM #19
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Ruthmarie Hicks
Keller Williams NY Realty - 120 Bloomingdale Road #101, White Plains NY 10605 - White Plains, NY

Oh GOD!!! So sad... This issue has been making me sick.  A million "good deeds" recycling and the like seem like they are down the drain with this mess. A friend of mine has family in Pensacola - he told me today that "it" arrived today...

Jun 05, 2010 12:02 AM #20
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Gloria Todor and Doug Durren - Delaware County PA Real Estate
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Jennifer, a nightmare that has gone on too long with no end in sight....

Jun 05, 2010 12:25 AM #21
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Cheryl Johnson
Cheryl Johnson, Bob Taylor Properties, Inc., Los Angeles, CA - Highland Park, CA

That is horrible.

Surely someone, somehow, somewhere, can come up with the technology to stop the leak and clean up the damage .... Please!!!!

Jun 05, 2010 09:11 AM #22
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Lois Kubota
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Lenn said it best, too sad for words.

Jun 05, 2010 11:24 AM #23
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Charles Stallions
Charles Stallions Real Estate Services - Pensacola, FL
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I live here and I will always drive a gas powered car I suppose so therefore I want be a hypocrite and blame BP. The alternative is to walk or come up with a solution but stop the whining unless you have a solution and if you do go to work and fix it or put your money into what you believe but enough of the greater than thou syndrome.

From the President to the Green Commy people whine and holler about how this is a disaster and should be stopped as they get into their Jumbo oil smoking jets and head home. What hypocricy.

Jun 05, 2010 10:26 PM #24
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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn
Sell with Soul - Pensacola Beach, FL
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Charles - I am getting tired of all the blaming and pontificating. Can we move beyond that already? It's certainly not productive and I'd love to see the energy directed toward something that IS productive.

As a front row spectator, this shall be interesting to watch unfold... tragic, but morbidly fascinating.

Jun 06, 2010 11:38 AM #25
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Bob Murphy
Re/Max First - New Albany, IN

Jennifer - Wonder what affect this oil spill will have on property values in the ares it touches physically and then the untouched areas close by?

It is a horrible mess and I hope it comes to an end for everyone sooner rather then later.

Jun 07, 2010 06:10 AM #26
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Chad & Sandy Neumann
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Heart-breaking. At some point we are expecting the same on the east coast as the currents and Florida hurricane season pushes the oil along. What a national disaster.

Jun 07, 2010 09:44 PM #27
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Cari Anderson
Danville, CA

That is so sad. I see that others have observed what I immediately thought - looks like dog poop! I guess it is kind of like it but it's BP doing the defecating all over our land.

Jun 10, 2010 12:40 PM #28
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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn
Sell with Soul - Pensacola Beach, FL
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Last night I took an evening walk on the beach and it was absolutely gorgeous. No oil poops to be seen anywhere and the water was clear as can be. It was so pretty I felt like crying. This morning I went back and saw lots of little oil poops, but it was still beautiful (the beach, not the blobs).

Life will go on, I guess, and we'll adjust. If our beaches will be tainted with oil for awhile, I guess we'll wear shoes. Someone will probably invent a post-ocean-dip cleanser that safely washes off the oil. We'll learn to overlook the ugliness and see the beauty that is left. We'll find another source for oysters or learn to live without them.

Sigh... I love oysters.

Jun 10, 2010 12:50 PM #29
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