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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Jan 8 12:02 AM

Jan 8, 2011: Fat Chance

OMG, it's only January and the ice is breaking up... the poor Polar Bears.
Wait a minute, that's the Houston Ship Channel, that can't be ice.

Some 15,000 gallons of animal fat poured into the channel through a storm drain on Tuesday
after an onshore storage tank owned by agricultural company Jacob Sterns and Sons leaked
250,000 gallons of the greasy substance, Brahms said.

Where are the seagulls, they should be all over that?


via Unique Daily

Clodfobble  Saturday Jan 8 12:23 AM

They just need a giant slotted spoon to scoop it off the top.

monster  Saturday Jan 8 12:58 AM

They should market it as an arctic jigsaw puzzle.

Elspode  Saturday Jan 8 04:20 AM

I guess this means they'll need a fatbreaker to clear the channel?

monster  Saturday Jan 8 02:05 PM

watch out for the fatbergs....

Happy Monkey  Sunday Jan 9 12:46 AM


ZenGum  Monday Jan 10 06:50 AM

Just think. Somewhere there is a tank for holding 250,000 gallons of pure fat.

What is that for, anyway? USA's secret strategic fat reserve?

monster  Monday Jan 10 08:05 AM

Host of the next reality show

kerosene  Monday Jan 10 07:17 PM

Maybe for soap?

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jan 11 12:33 AM

Jacob Stern & Sons, which primarily operates through subsidiary Acme-Hardesty, is a global oleochemicals and agricultural products distributor. Acme-Hardesty distributes an array of oil- and fat-based chemicals, as well as flavor and fragrance ingredients and industrial chemical products. Its customers include manufacturers of adhesives, coatings, lubricants, soaps, food, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products. In addition to the chemicals it gets domestically, Acme-Hardesty's oleochemicals are imported from Asia, the Middle East, and South America.

Shawnee123  Tuesday Jan 11 10:09 AM


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