Risking it All – Oil on our Coast – by Twyla Roscovich

by BuryCoal on January 20, 2012

in Climate change, Ethics, Oil sands, Water pollution, Wildlife

Risking it All – Oil on our Coast from Twyla Roscovich on Vimeo.

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Hakan March 27, 2012 at 4:18 pm

My grandfather owned and orapeted a coal breaker, a plant where coal is crushed, sized, graded, and delivered. My other grandfather was also in the coal business and subsequently died of black lung. Although I never worked in the mines or breakers, I’ve been inside the mines and around coal breakers quite a bit in my younger years. I never saw anything so inspiring as what was presented in this commercial. I’m not talking about the coal. Now if I had seen anything close to what was depicted in the commercial I would have probably carried on the family tradition of coal mining. But I didn’t so I didn’t.

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