Thursday, August 31, 2006


Something wicked this way comes.... is this just a case of corporate negligence and industrial contamination, or is there something more sinister at play...
Let me tell you about the birds and the bees. Many have vanished or are dying in north Fayette and south Fulton.

Let me tell you about the dogs and the cats. Many are sick and dying and refusing to go outdoors in north Fayette and south Fulton.

As for the people in the hot zone around the Philips Services Corp. plant in Fairburn, the current count has risen to nearly 600 residents who say they have been sickened since the onion-like chemical odor entered their lives beginning during the Memorial Day holiday.


And like their human counterparts, many dogs and cats are experiencing vomiting, diarrhea, skin irritation and problems breathing.

The difference is that some of these animals, almost all physically small in size, have died. Most died between late June and mid-August, and all since the still-present onion-like chemical began around Memorial Day.

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