25 Jul 2010, 9:37am
by admin

Whirlpool WFU Fire

Location: ~20 mi N of Dinosaur, Moffat Co. CO
Specific Location: Jones Hole, trib to Green River, Dinosaur National Monument, Lat 40° 33´ 58″ Lon 109° 2´ 19″

Date of Origin: 07/23/2010
Cause: Lightning

Situation as of 07/26/2010 5:00 pm
Personnel: 0
Size: 0.7 acres
Percent Contained: 100%

Well, the Brain Trust at Dinosaur N.M. decided to contain, control, and extinguish the fire after all, which took all of 2 hours. Then the TNC/Goldman Sachs Let It Burn Module was excused and shipped out.

No reports on the actual costs of this fire and how much cash was transferred to TNC/Goldman Sachs. That kind of disclosure of info is not required under the new banking regulation bill.


Situation as of 07/25/2010 5:30 pm
Personnel: 10
Size: 0.7 acres
Percent Contained: 0%

Fire now staffed by the TNC/Goldman Sachs Let It Burn Module. The fire is less than one acre. It is smoldering. One guy with a garden hose could put it out. Instead, the TNC/Goldman Sachs Southern Rockies Wildfire Module has been flown in at huge expense, to watch a spot fire smolder. How embarrassing. How degrading. How utterly stupid. When it comes to stupid, it’s hard to top the National Park Service.


Situation as of 07/24/2010 5:00 pm
Personnel: 1
Size: 1 acres
Percent Contained: 0%

Even though this fire is only one acre, it is hoped that fully 7,000 acres will be incinerated eventually. The TNC/Goldman Sachs Let It Burn Module has been ordered.

The area of the fire, Jones Hole and Green River, are heritage sites with rock art dating back 10,000 years. The National Park Service doesn’t give a crap, though, and wants it all burned, baby, burned.

Most of Dinosaur National Monument’s 210,000 acres is proposed wilderness, even though human beings have been continuously resident there for 10,000 years!

The National Park Service leadership is on drugs or something. They are sick, sick, sick individuals.



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