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06-04-2010, 04:08 PM
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Actually, I've heard a few stories about MS and AL in the past couple days. But if you think about it, neither MS nor AL have much of a coastline along the gulf. LA and FL, on the other hand...

Louisiana is faced with an environmental disaster. The marshland has been disappearing over the past few hundred years, and now there's oil to contend with. For Florida, it's more of a financial disaster. Yeah, the oil is gonna **** up some beaches, but they're also in the midst of a real estate crash. To top it off, this is the season pretty much everyone goes to the beach. Oil on the beach means no beach, which means no tourism dollars coming in. That will be a huge one-two punch to the economy.

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