Not to turn this blog in 'Firestone watch', but a slight correction to the last post.
I insinuated that Firestone had failed to show off its multi-million dollar water treatment facility. But what I had failed to 'understand', was that the putrid stench pool, formed by open pipes, killing those downstream WAS the 'state-of-the-art' facility granting Firestone immunity from any governmental initiative that would curb its profits in the name of, say, protecting its citizens, or the environment.
Shouts to Yurfee with Action Against Climate Change for that clarification.
And to Ras at Kuyah for acknowledging that Firestone can also be an all night jam in the mid nineties.
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