UPDATE on an unverified facebook post I just read… “there was sinkhole at UTA. A car was parked on campus, when the person came back part of it had sunk into the ground.”.…the Star Telegram reporter responded to me that a leak in front of the health center bldg. had an underground storm pipe leak that caused the asphalt to crack and a vehicle tire got stuck in it….but alas there was a different one (sinkhole) we still need info on.
The apartment ratings for the Johnson Creen Crossing student housing near the UT Arlington on-campus drill site show comments that I just have to “comment” on here on this blog.
I am wondering if these young, trusting, adults even realize that they may be getting poisoned. I have bold faced key words on concern and added my comments in parenthesis.
“At one point there was blood (shale nosebleed?) in the stairwells and nobody even cleaned it up….While I was there, my hot water would never work, then the maintenance man “fixed” it to where it was only sculding hot. I actually developed a skin condition (R U sure it isn’t shale rash?)due to the water temperature.
OH and the elevators are hot and smell like rotten eggs (H2S?) in a porta potty. They also have random substances in them at all times. The elevator on the side with the office is better than the one on the far side ( I assume this is because they want to keep up with their illusions. Just dont do it its not worth it unless you like the smell of hot garbage (drill site odors?),
“The fire alarm rings almost always, the elevator smells horrible at times (wonder if neighbor drill site was blowing that way?).”
“From getting towed, to random smells (UMMM gaswells?) and people…..”
“The elevators are slow as —- when they actually work and aren’t broken, and half the time they work they smell like a pig’s —(gaswell stank?), the other half they smell like horse —-(gaswell stank?).
——-oh well—–I subscribe to the comments for this publication and will update this blog as I get more. In the meantime below is a youtube video message to the UTA students…