The Duke Energy coal ash spill into Dan River is not a problem. Just ask John Skvarla.

Rest easy, folks. Ol' John Skvarla is on the scene at the Duke Energy Dan River coal ash spill, and guess what? There's not a problem. That's right, people. A few hundred thousand TONS of coal ash in the Dan River qualifies as "normal" according to North Carolina DENR. All is well.

Not:

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Who would call this a problem?

The Raleigh News & Observer offers a picture, worth a thousand words:

C'mon, folks, does that look like a problem to you? What's a little hexavalent chromium, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury among friends?

By the way, here's some really good coverage of this disaster, with more photos.

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Videos on Youtube of the Duke coal ash spill

Just go to YouTube and type in "Duke coal ash spill" as a search. There are several recent videos of the spill there if you want to see more.

GreenPeace also has a photo set on Flickr.

Even DENR admits water not safe

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"What I see from the folks who are opposing our agenda is whining coming from losers." -- Thom Tillis